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shan

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  1. 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
  2. thats a pretty good attempt for a frist try
  3. OH GOOD GOD!!!!! a sight for sore eyes!, Chicken soup for the soul!!
  4. wow, thats looking rally great. are those completed pics with a layer of future?
  5. Hi All, i was at the Airfix Anual competition which was held at the Air Foce Museum over the weekend, unfortunately i was there on the 2nd day and some entries have not been submitted as of yet. Her are some pictures that i took. Pls Enjoy. My apologies to the moderator of the site, if this topic should be posted in another section of the forum. Please help to move it to the correct section. Thank you
  6. Wow Gaz, it's looking amazingly good, can't wait to see it finished. What clear products do you use for decals? I am wondering if polishing the foil will have some effects when you put on the clear coats
  7. Thanks Gaz, will be following your progress to get as many tips as possible, thanks for the tip on the Car rim polish, i will go and look for some.
  8. hI Gaz i tried that but it leaves a crease and i had issues trying to get rid of it later. also, i am trying to get it as shiny as possible, to mimic the pic below tried out on the drop tanks i sanded it with steel wool - 0000 - fine, and used metal polish to bring back the shine.
  9. wow, that si just absolutely beautifull
  10. hi, I am learning some great tips from your build. i am currently foiling my 1/32 scale Mirage IIIc. i found that the rivets do no show up when i foil it, so i had to use a sharpened nail and rescribe it so that the edges raise up a little , so when i foil over they are visible. how do you overcome this problem of sunken rivets?
  11. wow, absolutely stunning!!
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