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  1. Well this is on my bench, a bit dull! it's a 1:32 Lancaster bomb aimers window but without the holes for Bob Lawrence [ he used to have his collection of racers at Telford ] I'm going to have a go at casting this in clear this week, this has been 3D CNC machined from a block of clear perspex from two sides using a 3mm ball end cutter and 2D machined with a flat end 1mm to get the detail around the edge then a final run over with a 1mm ball end cutter with a 0.05mm overlap. Then polished with T cut. The two hole glazing is the kit original which I measured off. Graham.
  2. This kit is now available to order off our website: http://www.iconicair.com/attacker/ Regards Graham
  3. Just a few images and a short film from Telford 2018 of my new Attacker, We sold out at the show and they will available again later this week once I've finished designing the web page. Graham Iconicair Stand SMW Telford 2018 by Graham French, on Flickr iconicair 1:32 Supermarine Attacker Kit on display SMW 2018 03 by Graham French, on Flickr Iconicair 1:32 Supermarine Attacker on display SMW 2018 02 by Graham French, on Flickr Iconicair 1:32 Scale Supermarine Attacker Kit 01 by Graham French, on Flickr
  4. A good primer is clear acrylic car spray even on resin, you can spray Tamiya paint over the top and it won't peel. Graham
  5. I just noticed that picture of your cats! Can't zoom in, very funny! Graham
  6. I think this one has a more interesting faired over front turret [ and there are a few different variations] https://goo.gl/images/eqZ9WP Graham
  7. Strange that the guns were loaded at all and in the hanger? at rest. Graham
  8. Yes! We are in the overseas hall [ 3 ] again right next to the canteen, taking card payments as well this year. Graham
  9. looks great James, Nice to see some grown up comments on this forum. Graham
  10. How did they add the rivets to the mould? Are they built up by fusing on in some way? As I have the test shot which is smooth, I can't imagine they machined a whole layer away from the metal bar the rivets? Graham
  11. Here is the artwork for the decal sheet: Graham Iconicair 1-32 Dambuster Lancaster Decals by uniquenarrowgauge, on Flickr
  12. Here are a few shots of the 1:32 Scale Dambusters conversion kit master parts that have been CNC machined out. Graham Iconicair 1-32 Dambusters Conversion Kit 4 by uniquenarrowgauge, on Flickr Iconicair 1-32 Dambusters Conversion Kit 3 by uniquenarrowgauge, on Flickr Iconicair 1-32 Dambusters Conversion Kit 2 by uniquenarrowgauge, on Flickr Iconicair 1-32 Dambusters Conversion Kit 1 by uniquenarrowgauge, on Flickr
  13. last year I worked on a new Wes Anderson stop motion animation film 'Isle of Dogs' and I was one of the large team of scale modellers here in England and my part was creating the 3D CAD and CNC/printing parts. One of the more complete things I worked on was the drone that features in the movie trailer,The link for the trailer is below, the movie comes out in the USA 23rd March.
  14. Excellent, I'm looking forward to this! A perspex case containing the parts would look good, maybe behind a baseboard mounted vertically? Oh and here's one I made earlier! P.S. if you need the 'P' decal I have them. Also I now have a superb ALPS printer and can do any decal. Kind Regards Graham
  15. http://www.lincsaviation.co.uk/museum/the-brian-nicholls-hampden-restoration-project.htm The other Hampden restoration a few miles from my home. Graham.
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