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HL-10 last won the day on October 18

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  1. Great looking model! The varied finish is very well done.
  2. 1/32nd FIAT G-91

    More photos of the model. Some very nice details!
  3. F-104G Marineflieger

    WOW! Impressive build, great work 😀
  4. B-47E Statojet - some like it hot

    FANTASTIC! You have built a very eye-catching model there. Great work. 😀
  5. Airfix Vulcan

    Top looking Vulcan!😀
  6. X-2 Starbuster 1:72

    That is excellent! I love the "X" planes and experimental types. Great bit of modelling
  7. Invicta Britannia

    Very nice! I like that a lot!
  8. Trumpeter 1/24 Hurricane

    That is a lovely looking Hurricane! You have done a great job on that, very impressive
  9. Thanks for pointing that out. I just used the decals as they were supplied in the kit and to be honest I am not too bothered about the situation, as I now have a large scale Puma in my collection in the scheme which I think really suits the look of the helicopter. Thank you all for your comments and compliments. I greatly appreciate them all. It was a fun build as I enjoy nothing more than creating details like I did in the interior. 😀
  10. Thank you! I took a few WIP photos: The cockpit was detailed using plastic card, various gauges of wire, parts for the spares box & blocks of resin cut from pour stubs: I re-did the moulded quilting using Milliput & Green stuff to cover over the mould ejector marks: As the kit does not have a ceiling to the cabin, I built one out of plastic card & milliput.
  11. Thanks a lot everyone! I forgot to mention that I relied pretty heavily on two modellers' builds. Ted Taylor, and Derrick Griffiths who did wonderful jobs on this kit and their work was very inspirational.
  12. This Puma is built from the original Matchbox issue of the kit: It came in it's three colour glory! Dating from the 80s the kit lacks the finesse of newer models, but has some nice features. Panel lines are raised, so I engraved them, and the interior is a bit basic so I enhanced it with plastic card, wire, and various bits from the good old spares box. I painted her with Xtracolour enamels. So here is my early Puma HC-1 as they first appeared in RAF service, before they started adding all those extra bits. Thanks for looking Angelo.
  13. What a bright and colourful looking model! Fantastic work
  14. That's a lovely looking little Stug! You've done a great job with the Panzer Grey fininish
  15. Thank you all very, very much I'm glad you like her, and I appreciate all the comments & compliments.