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  1. wow, absolutely stunning!!

    yes it was, had some little issues, but mainly it was because of my lack of attention to Tamiya's precision. i've posted the progress in the " IN PROGRESS" section of the forum. you can have a look at the link attached.

    thanks mick, now that you've mentioned it, it does seem a bit bright, i will use some pastels to dull them down a little. thanks
  4. wow, superb work
  5. Hi All, Finished up my Tamiya 1/32 scale Mosquito. Had loads of fun building this kit and the precision of Tamiya is amazing. Had some aftermarket extras on the kit, namely Eduards interior and exterior photo etched parts, resin wheels, Nose and Belly guns. Decals are from EagleCal Hope you like it

    I will keep the stuff aside, just PM me when you are ready to start.

    I am sure it will, what stage are you at now? i have some stuff to give away, - decals - Hussar production - canadian spitfires, resin seat, resin wheels for Australian spitfires. PM me if you need any of those.

    yes, its George Beurling, the Canadian Pilot
  9. Finally finished up the Spitfire and posted in the Ready for Inspection section
  10. Greetings All I finally finished my Spitfire, part of a dual build with the Tamiya Mosquito, which i had posted on in-progress i hope you like it.
  11. Finally crossed the finish line with the builds, only thing left to do is to apply some pastels and i'm calling it done !!
  12. Greetings all, finally got some work done, but this time its a time for mishaps. i got the roundell masks and started to work on the underwing roundels, but the masking tape snagged the roundel on the top side of the wing and ripped it. 2 layers of future is not going to protect the decal much. got the bottom roundel masked and repainted so i had to cut out masking tape carefully and repaint the top roundels did some oil streaking The mosquito on the other hand went on quite smoothly, to my relief.... latest mishap on the spitfire is that the antenna snapped in 2 and i cant find the other piece. thankfully i have joined a modellers group on facebook , https://www.facebook.com/groups/501095680043128/ , The Grumpy Old Scale Modellers Page. and Steen Hansen from Denmark is willing to part with his spare and have it shipped out to me. so looks like the Mosquito will be crossing the finish line first?
  13. thats fabulous work
  14. How did you manage to soften the Tamiya Decals? Mine all cracked up especially the underwing ones