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  1. Superb, really excellent.
  2. Fantastic work, weathered to perfection.
  3. Sorry to hear that, his work with the jets was most appreciated.
  4. Excellent work, really brings the scene to life. I'm curious about the box art on the plane; I've never seen the kind of wiggly line camo on a British aircraft of the period before that it has on the cowling and leading edges. I take it this was one of the options with the kit? Do you know any story behind it?
  5. Interesting work, I look forward to seeing this progress. I've got that Lander in my stash, keep meaning to break it out to do something a bit different. I remember reading in an old magazine a recommendation to use cigarette ash as moon dust; apparently if you make a pile of it and the blow in the centre it makes a convincing blast pattern of the right colour and consistency. I can imagine how many arguments that must have caused among 1970s modellers and their wives/mothers when they started scattering fag ash all over the place.
  6. That's a very touching story and an impressive build. Thanks for sharing, your father was clearly a talented man.
  7. Excellent work, really looks the part with those other BoB veterans. At first glance I thought there was something odd about the engines until it occurred to me that most of my exposure to the He 111 has been from the movie Battle of Britain, which of course used ex Spanish aircraft with Merlin engines. Doh.
  8. Sick. What's wrong with these people?
  9. I only watch Derek Acorah for fashion tips.
  10. Good stuff, nicely understated weathering around the wing leading edges.
  11. Fantastic work, words fail me.
  12. Brilliant, lovely work. We don't see that many of these nowadays, well overdue for a reissue Airfix.
  13. I just saw this on yahoo, it's a shame. Very underrated actor in my view, he was great on Southern Comfort and The Emerald Forest.
  14. Nice job Steve, you've nailed that well.
  15. This YouTube video may be of interest....