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giemme

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giemme last won the day on February 20 2017

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About giemme

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    I've got Phantom phever...
  • Birthday 29/07/1970

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    BERGAMO - ITALY
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    Archery, history, playing guitar, skiing

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  1. Great going so far, Ced Keep on repeating that mantra ... Ciao
  2. Catching Pictures in the Air

    Can you actually say that and remain un-punished? Great work on those interiors, Tony Ciao
  3. I'm really, really, really (help me say "really" ) looking forward to see if this build will actually be OOB ... Ciao
  4. Massimo, thanks for posting a detailed description of the steps needed for this bit. It's very reassuring knowing that it took you a few attempts to get there, I was starting thinking you were an alien ... Ciao
  5. 1:72 Airfix BAC TSR.2

    Outstanding, Bill, from the overall view down to the single detail And it's not even completed yet! Ciao
  6. You're not kidding around here Bill, are you? and Ciao
  7. I'd like to see that, Cookie. This could open up a new way for my 1/72 models, so I'm very interested Ciao
  8. SLCM Chase

    Is that legal? (not being a Phantom Phanatic, I mean) Ciao
  9. Spitphoon 1/72 Airfix.

    Spitfire looking ready for paint! Tiffie requiring more job than anticipated, but you'll get there too Enjoy the family WE Ciao
  10. Agreed 100%, she look so beautiful with painted on markings and codes Yeah, sure. OOB Ciao
  11. Massimo, can you please show the tools you use to do your sorcery on plasticard? Is it a magic wand? Ciao
  12. That's exactly what I use, a heat gun that can seat on its end. Mine has three heat levels (I to III), I use it on II. And I use thermal gloves to handle the acetate (or APET or PS) cutout. Ciao
  13. I'd be ├╝ber-happy with a result like that in 1/48, let alone 1/72 Ciao
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