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  2. wow amazing work, how did you have the decals done? was there a layer of clear, before the decals went on and another layer of clear after the decal?
  3. Isralie Mirage 3c

    thanks for the advice, will get it done
  4. Isralie Mirage 3c

    Thanks for the compliments guys, i used the following tutorial by FSM - ://www.finescale.com/.../pdf/6/7/d/foiledlightning1.pdf
  5. Hi all, built this one out of the box, except for the Eduard cockpit instruments. i came across an article on using aluminum foil instead of painting and i was quite intrigued by it , so i decided to give it a go at it. hope you like it.
  6. 1/48 RAF FGR 2

    those decals look to be yellowing a little. you've got to get a zip lock bag and place the decals inside and stick it on a window facing the sun. it works wonders. i had that issue when i was building my tornado which i bought 8 years back. the decals clear up pretty good. it took me about 1 week before the decals improved.
  7. 1/32 Mosquito Tamiya wip

    Great tutorial to follow
  8. if the kit is a German tornado and you want to build it as GR1, then the Ferranti system below the nose will have to be replaced, unless the kit has both? i had the same issue years back, when i bought a german tornado thinking i can build it as a Brit one, but finally decided to get a proper GR1 kit . i had lots of fun building that GR1 Tornado - Desert Storm
  9. thats a pretty good attempt for a frist try
  10. OH GOOD GOD!!!!! a sight for sore eyes!, Chicken soup for the soul!!
  11. wow, thats looking rally great. are those completed pics with a layer of future?