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olsen

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  1. Hi Mike, Any progress happening with your Foxbat ? I just picked up the kit myself and And I'm quite impressed by it. All the best , Cheers, Peter
  2. Tamiya 1/48 P-47D 'The Reamer'

    Hi Mick, looks like you're off to a great start. Greetings to everyone at DDSM, Cheers, Peter
  3. F6F Hellcat, 1/48 Eduard

    Hi Wolwe82, your Hellcat is coming along nicely, Very cool ! I'm enjoying your progress. Cheers, Peter
  4. Looks good Mike ! Just out of curiosity, what brands of polishing sticks are you using ? Cheers, Peter P.s I really enjoyed your Mig-31 build !
  5. 1/32 Revell Bf 109G6

    Now that's a nice cockpit ! I like your light gray colour choice for RLM 66; a good idea as assembled pits can get pretty dark once installed. I also like the mist of dust on the forward cockpit walls along with the random dark gray spekels which convey tone, depth and slight ware. Nicely done. I look forward to your progress, Cheers, Peter
  6. Thanks Brewer, very nice fading. Peter
  7. Hi, Brewer, Lookin' good so far ! I've always wanted to try thre AK interactive RLM series simply because I've heard you can thin them with water .......so I was hoping there might be less volatile fumes. I spray outside with a respirator but sometimes I'm still very sensitive to fumes .Can you thin them with water ? What kind of thinner do you use with them ? -Disappointing to hear they don't spray as fine as Tamiya or Gunze but I'd still like to give them a go for myself. All the best for the rest of the build. Cheers, Peter
  8. James, Dymo labeling tape ( available from good stationary stores ) cut into thin strips is the best guide for a riveting tool. Cheers, Peter
  9. looks good so far Jason, I'm looking forward to seeing some paint cheers, Pter
  10. Lookin' good Nick, enjoy the rest of the build. Cheers, Peter
  11. All the best for this one Jason it should no doubt be another craker ! Congratulations on the 190 it turned out great Cheers, Peter.
  12. Looks great Brewer. Cheers, Peter
  13. Hi Mike, I really like your work ! Cheers, Peter
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