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GusMac

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About GusMac

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  • Birthday 05/04/1968

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  1. Soo.... What did you just get???

    Looks very good Danny.
  2. Soo.... What did you just get???

    Nice haul Danny. I'm intrigued to see how the lighting works out. Icarus decals do some nice Greek SLUF schemes. I just picked some up off eBay very reasonably.
  3. Yet another Tamiya Corsair Birdcage 1/32

    Looks great. Nice subtle effect.
  4. Future + Tamiya Acrylics

    Yeah, I agree Danny, each to their own. My reason for using the Gunze is that it's actually easier to get hold of here than IPA!?! Well if you mean isopropyl rather than India Pale Ale! It gets drunk pronto. I do always wear a respirator with it. Cheers, Gus
  5. Ready for the tree

    Shiiiinyyyy!
  6. Future + Tamiya Acrylics

    I'd agree about the Future Danny but I happily thin Tamiya acrylics with Mr Levelling Thinner and have had no issues to date.
  7. Airfix hawker typhoon Mk.1B 1/24

    Wonderful finish Darren. When I get round to mine I'll be happy if it's half as good.
  8. Big As MAZ

    Thanks for the weigh-in Rich, it's getting hefty! Looks great with it though.
  9. Great to see what can still be achieved with these venerable old kits.
  10. FAA Corsair II

    Thanks Barry. As Cees says, its an even more impressive result to know how it was done.
  11. FAA Corsair II

    Really nice result. What conversion did you use for the cropped wing tips?
  12. Big As MAZ

    Sorry to hear that Rich. PB really are a shower o' ****! As Rob says, hosting stuff on here works very well if this is your main site for posts.
  13. Soo.... What did you just get???

    We'll have to start calling you 'The Head Hunter'! Very cool collection though Danny.
  14. Soo.... What did you just get???

    Nice haul and the paint should keep you going for a while. The F4 is a sweet deal at 40 quid!
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