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Nigel Heath

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Nigel Heath last won the day on September 14 2016

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About Nigel Heath

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  • Birthday 24/02/64

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    Aberdeen / near Luton
  • Interests
    WWII Luftwaffe esp Luft'46, helicopters and a bit of SciFi. Oh and cooking.

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  1. 1/18 Spitfire Mk. XIVe - Race #80

    Congratulations Peter, very well done on your win. Nice to see my prediction made in post 1243 come true. It was lovely to see your model in person. Here are my pictures taken before the judging (I took more pictures of your model than I did in the rest of the show combined): Absolutely incredible looking work. Here is the photo I took after the judging and your win: I did try to confer my congratulations in person but you weren't on your stand on those occasions. Maybe I can do it in person next year. Very best regards, Nigel
  2. Very neat work on the canopy masking and attachment. In my experience Gator Grip can give remarkably strong joints. I used it to glue on the front canopy of my Sicamore with no issues whatsoever.
  3. Option 3 gets my vote. This is shaping up into one highly realistic looking interior. I'm particularly impressed by the overhead panel.
  4. HMAS/m AE2, Scratchbuild

    It looks great even with just the one coat of primer filler. It's just going to get better and better from here.
  5. Revell (Matchbox) Hawker Fury Mk.I 1/72

    Fantastic work on the wings - well worth the effort involved. That undercarriage is a joy to behold.
  6. Westland Sea King HAS/R 5

    The seats look excellent.
  7. 1/72 Matchbox Lancaster... with Extras

    Great looking work on the cockpit.
  8. The cabin sidewall looks great and top marks on the fire extinguisher.
  9. Lovely to see the detail painting and decals going on. Looks nearly set for Telford.
  10. Dornier Do 18-D

    As I tend to use Payne's Grey for my panel lines your question peaked my interest and found that the colour is named after William Payne, an 18th century water colour artist.
  11. Scamell pioneer breakdown tractor

    It looks excellent to me.
  12. That looks like an excellent base for the final chipped topcoat.
  13. Dornier Do 18-D

    Nice work on the rescribing, definitely one of my least favourite modelling tasks. Good progress on all fronts.
  14. Minion's Finnish-ed pencil

    Just a bit. My house in Aberdeen is now on the market.
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