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Courageous

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  1. ...maybe. You might change your mind...
  2. Newby question on rigging

    You maybe a newbie on here Lars but your skills are not of a newbie. Love your work, just wish I had time, patience and skill to do just one of these. Stuart
  3. Excellent work Ian. I'm amazed that Airfix produced a kit that was so far out from the plans. Wonder what they used as a donor...
  4. 1/72 Buccaneer S.2?

    Time has not been standing still on this 'ere bucc. Since the last update, most of the work has been done on the bodywork and those dreaded intakes. Port intake Starboard intake I couldn't believe how much work had to be done on these intakes, hours of filling, sanding, filling and sanding. Eventually it was time for a layer of Mr Primer Surface 1000 to be applied, sanded and re-applied. And now I think I'm done, not perfect but considering what it was like, we're good to go . With the intakes done, it was time to move onto the airbrake/ fuselage area. The airbrake has been placed into the fuselage and it can be seen that their is a size issue; brakes too wide or fuselage too narrow? Time to look at some plans me thinks Also of concern is the nose cone as I've heard their are issues here also Suggestions please. Stuart
  5. Mr P, you have too many choices floating around. With us lot on here making your choices, you'll end up doing all of them...at the same time . Put your choices in a hat and pull your next subject out...sorted . Stuart
  6. 1/72 Gloster Mars X Nightjar

    Welcome back Patrik. Nice to see some more progress with the Nightjar, nearly at the end
  7. What Jon says . Fantastic work, mental but fantastic. I can now fully appreciate why these builds take so long. Stuart
  8. The Gentlemanly Pursuit

    From a photographic point of you, I think you'll get better pics if you use 2 or more defused light sources, you'll get less harsh shadows.
  9. 1:147 HMS Surprise

    Amazing skill Lars... very inspirational .
  10. 1/350 HMS Meteorite

    Thanks. Yes, he's a dockie.
  11. More super work there Ian . I would like to think that one day I'll tackle this type of build.
  12. Danton, Hobby Boss, 1:350

    Forget submarines... it's confusing me . It's still impressive work but still mental .
  13. 1/350 HMS Meteorite

    Cheers Steve. MikroMir are definitely a great help in doing Brit Subs, hopefully they'll increase their range. Cheers Chris. Although I have added the aerial, I feel I need to go up in thickness so that it can be seen better. Cheers Ken. The little figure is the key as it shows, in this case, how small these boats were. Looking forward to your XVIIB. Stuart
  14. 1/350 HMS Meteorite

    High Test Peroxide (HTP) I believe. I think it was looked at as an alternative to Nuclear propulsion as it was independent of air.
  15. With that amount of plastic being added to kit rudder, I'd thought you'd just scratch build one. Stuart
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