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12 minutes ago, Martinnfb said:

With pleasure, thats awesome, just in time for the spring break :)

I'll make sure to post something once they start on them. 

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Yes that was a "do as I say, not do as I do moment". (at the hobby shop)

The stash comment is funny, I have a couple for friends that I have brought into the hobby and now their wives scowl at me when they see me. "It's your fault he buys all these kits!" they remark.

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Well well well. Another arteest....harv

 

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WOW buddy, impressive stuff !!.........harv:popcorn:

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Very nice Smitty...

  One of these could easily take down an A-10 Warthog!

 

 

....by being sucked through it's engines!:rofl:

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6 hours ago, Martinnfb said:

a test bed for my daughter's new airbrush 

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Now you have something to throw your pearls at.

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I'm toying with this one since yesterday. Might be my new project. The kit is fantastic and will be added with some supplied and AM photoetch. In the moment I'm thinking about where to store the lightning equipment and how to install the LED's. Not exactly LS of M but worth the excursion

Cheers Rob

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4 hours ago, GazzaS said:

Very nice Smitty...

  One of these could easily take down an A-10 Warthog!

 

 

....by being sucked through it's engines!:rofl:

It would have to hit them both....

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You nailed :rofl:it again. That to me is the Woodpecker of the day. I definitely have to try your method, if it is really so easy,...

Cheers Rob

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Thank you doctor, its easy with practice. :)

Ryan

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Looking at making a series of wood base' for models. Starting with a cedar panel , planed , shaped and a nice cobblestone pattern lasered into the top surface. I think this could be sealed and painted to suit as well as oiling or staining the cedar for a little bit nicer display:

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 This pattern is 4" x 7" good for a 1/48 armor or....

Patterns in the works for airfields and other types of roads

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1 minute ago, Martinnfb said:

That looks fantastic Steve!

Thank you . There is def texture and enough depth to take sealer , primer and paint. I'll finish it off tomorrow .

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An afternoon spent mould-making with Silicon for some Fw190 / Ta152 parts.

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On 3/21/2019 at 2:48 AM, smitty44 said:

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Smitty, absolutely gorgeous, presume WnW Camel, which one ?

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