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Just now, 1to1scale said:

Damn! What lit a fire under your arse?

I just hate a disorganized workbench, and this one’s driving me insane. Plus, that Panther has been languishing for over a year and it’s high time to get with the program. 

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10 hours ago, Martinnfb said:

Ernie, resin Nene is produced by Profimodeller, intended for Mig-15 , as a RD45 

 

Hmmmmm.....harv

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Tidy bench, tidy mind and lots of potential for building.........that’s what they say...........anyway ........way to go Ernie.......

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2 hours ago, Martinnfb said:

Spitfire scenery :)

Even better, it's a Griffon!

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2 hours ago, Bomber_County said:

Tidy bench, tidy mind and lots of potential for building.........that’s what they say...........anyway ........way to go Ernie.......

haha. My bench usually looks like a disaster area.

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1 hour ago, BlrwestSiR said:

Even better, it's a Griffon!

Yes indeed, It is a gift from William, Matchbox kit with a bunch of goodies. Pretty wild ride as you already know :)

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I find it funny that they make a huge deal about 109 bulges, yet here is a Spit with huge-ass bulges. 

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I'm trying to build A6M3 type 31 More precisely, remake it from M2

 

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14 hours ago, Martinnfb said:

Yes indeed, It is a gift from William, Matchbox kit with a bunch of goodies. Pretty wild ride as you already know :)

For all the grief the kit gets, it can build up into something decent. 

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If Happiness is a warm gun, than close up is getting all of your masks up without paint lift.

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Painted with MRP lacquers.   Eventually I'll sand the mottle to get rid of some overspray.

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3 hours ago, GazzaS said:

If Happiness is a warm gun, than close up is getting all of your masks up without paint lift

Very nice finish. I can understand what triggers your happyness.

Cheers Rob

 

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Nice, nice builds on the benches. WOW!

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Gazz, that 262 is sublime

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19 hours ago, DocRob said:

Very nice finish. I can understand what triggers your happyness.

Cheers Rob

 

Thanks mate!

16 hours ago, BlrwestSiR said:

Really nice looking 262 Gaz, especially the mottling. 

Carl

Thank you!  it'll look even better after a bit of wet sanding.

14 hours ago, smitty44 said:

MRP=airbrushing bliss

You got it, Marine!  Once you start spraying this, you'll wonder why you open another pot made by somebody else.

2 hours ago, Clunkmeister said:

Gazz, that 262 is sublime

Thank you, Ernie!

1 hour ago, Martinnfb said:

is that 1/48 scale Revell ?

Yessir, it is.  It even had '1978' in raised letters under the belly.   But if you have one... Throw  it in the bin and buy Tamiya.

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Smitty, those cockpit details look sharp!

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Doing a bit of a reorganization of my bench so it's slightly worse than usual.

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At least it's only paints and supplies on it. 

I've moved the paint racks to the side of the shelf with my reference books on.

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According to FedEx, my order from Arttystation is supposed to arrive today which is what precipitated the reorganization. I'm hoping to end up with more bench space that I can clutter up :D

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Carl, one word of warning, install drawers last. When attaching the units together with the pegs, 2 things. Some pegs will be to small. Dont worry, they give you plenty. And after attaching the units make sure your pegs are flush. You may need to cut them. If they stick out the sides, they will interfere with closing drawers. Dont ask how I know.......harv

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Thanks for the tips Harv. They'll help me keep the frustration level down. 

 

Carl

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Aye Caramba!  That's a lot of paints, Carl.

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3 hours ago, GazzaS said:

Aye Caramba!  That's a lot of paints, Carl.

And a small flight of Corsair’s.........

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