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Hasegawa FW-190D-9

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OK, I'm in with this one-

 

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Haven't decided on the markings yet (always seem to change my mind at the last second before painting commences).  This is going to be a blast!

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Crikey !! First one up in the new thread !! :)

 

Nice choice of 190 sir !

 

<<cough>> don't why this darn cough won't go away!! :)

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Crikey !! First one up in the new thread !! :)

 

Nice choice of 190 sir !

 

<<cough>> don't why this darn cough won't go away!! :)

 

Thanks mate!  Really looking forward to this, had actually pulled this kit outta the stash last week, was planning to build it already when this ***cough*** 190 ***cough*** GB was announced!

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Nice! Is that a BMF on the Nose on the second one?

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Alright, Frank is here (Better bring my "A" game)!

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Alright, Frank is here (Better bring my "A" game)!

 

Thanks Mike!  Glad to be here.  And, as far as I can see, you ALWAYS have your "A" game with you!

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and I always though filling seams was the hard part.  You will have a great selection of schemes.

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Today is the first, time to get cracking!

 

You're not finished yet? :lol:

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I'm having second thoughts on the 1:24th Airfix FW190 !! (Wonder why) .... I'm looking through all my stock for a suitable replacement !

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I'm having second thoughts on the 1:24th Airfix FW190 !! (Wonder why) .... I'm looking through all my stock for a suitable replacement !

 

Owning your own hobby shop has it perks!

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Sorry I haven't had a chance to start this one yet, but life had a way of putting me out of commission for a bit.  I finished up my 1/32 Hasegawa Bf-109G-6 on Sunday, October 20th and planned to start this one the following Sunday.  Well, a motorcycle accident has me away from the bench for a while with a crushed right foot, some broken bones and some bad road rash.  Luckily, the surgeons were able to piece the bones in my foot back together but as of right now I have multiple pins sticking out the front, top, sides and from the tips of some toes holding the bones together.  I feel very lucky to be alive, as things could be MUCH worse!  My workshop is downstairs, and since I cannot walk that means no modeling for a while.  Hopefully, if things go well, I may be able to get down there early next year.  Not sure if that will leave me enough time to finish by the deadline, but I will give it a shot!

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Hang in there, buddy!  Real life takes precedence over models, unfortunately you got a double-whammy on this one.

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That really sucks to hear Frank! Glad to hear that it wasn't more serious!

 

Maybe time to move the Workshop in the bedroom! My wife would kill me if I did that!

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The good news was that you are alive, and in one piece! I never liked motorcycles...

 

I wish to you a quick recover!

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Glad you're OK Frank...

 

Well, relatively OK that is. Sorry mate, coming to this one late. Hoping for a speedy recovery, and that all those kits calling you from the Basement help in that endeavour.

 

Steve.

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Cripes Frank

 

Sounds like a nasty prang....

 

Hope you can get started on something soon... just remember that you've also got to get back up out of the modelling room once you're down there.... (I had an injury once that meant I could go down but not up stairs).

 

Matt

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Woah, so sorry to hear this Frank (and for only reading it now!!).  Hope everything heals ok and you're back up and running - forgive the phrase soon!!

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Thank you everyone for the well wishes, I do think they are helping!

 

I get the pins removed in two days, and I CANNOT WAIT!!!  Should be able to get a walking boot then, so hopefully in a couple of weeks I will be able to start walking again.  Then, I can get down to the shop!  Not sure if I will be able to knock this one out in the time left, but I'll give it my all. 

 

Cheers, and thank you all again!

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