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Ian Suds

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About Ian Suds

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    SW Scotland
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    All things modelling. Oh! And driving my RS 200T Clio. Sold the 200T, now enjoying the 220 Trophy even more.

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  1. This one to follow, so I'm jumping aboard. Keep up the good work, no need to hurry.
  2. Looking forward to further updates, enjoying what I've seen so far.
  3. Thanks Steve.
  4. Excellent example of a Stryker, great paint work and weathering. Love your shading techniques.
  5. Hi and welcome. I'm sure you will find all the help you need on this forum, good luck with your DC3 build.
  6. Great work, you've certainly done the RS1600 MkI in 1:1 scale proud.
  7. So it was the shed burglars rather than the car thieves you would have had to worry about lol.
  8. Nice one, Mini turned out well, wonder what Mr. Bean would make of that.
  9. My first would have to be- Renaultsport Megane 250 ( Because I love all things Renault Sport) something older-- Austin A70 Hampshire ( Because my dad had one ) Ford Cortina MkIV ( Because it was a good idea from rio )
  10. Totally agree that it needs at least one if not two figures, so I have been searching and found KFS do two around that time in 1:24. They are overalls rather than combats but better than nothing. That cup of tea needs someone to drink it lol. Just got to get around to ordering them, if anyone knows of any other suitable 1:24 figures I would appreciate the heads up.
  11. Thanks for putting onto your build, I somehow missed this one, excellent scratch building and a job well done. Coming on nicely, I didn't particularly like driving these, at 6' I found them damned uncomfortable.
  12. I've always used PVA glue. Excess can be carefully washed with a brush. None of my models have ever become unstuck, still as solid as the day they were glued. Even this Land Rover is solid and I bet it is heavier than the aircraft.
  13. In case anyone is wondering the tow chain came from an idea when I was delivering a new window winder set to a local garage. I asked the mechanic to cut a length of wire off the broken one, it just looked right to add to my stash for future use.
  14. Right here we go. Must have a mug of tea somewhere
  15. OoPs, not uploaded the correct photos to photobucket. So in Voice Procedure--Wait Out.