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  1. 18/6 update. Dirt, more streaks and dust instead of the obligatory mud: A rather snooty looking German officer has shown up too.......................................
  2. 18/6 update. Engine and tracks in between work on the slug. Fit is good, tracks nearly fall together.
  3. http://www.engrish.com/most-popular/ You speakee Engrish John
  4. Primer cups and spark plugs ordered from Taurus models, shells for the eye pokingly empty model storage racks ordered from Shapeways. These would seem to be the main necessities, the rest of the model looks rather nice.
  5. An impossible kit with assistance being rendered by an inflatable crocodile? You are a very brave man..........................................
  6. With the slug on finals I have cracked the box of the 1/16th Renault Ft. A long way to go on this build........................... I still feel like doing a blog of this model and I will be keeping on my subscription at SlickPic for at least this year to be able to post some photos of my plastic buffoonery. Rivet fetishists and lovers of serious threads abandon ship here because I won't be delivering what you are getting your jolly's on More to come......................................................
  7. 17/6 update. First round of weathering: Brown filter overall, pinwash, streaking. Now letting the slug dry before the next round: More to come...........................
  8. Lovely dio Kris, very impressive
  9. Nice model, love these IDF vehicles with storage bins and extra fuel tanks slapped on all over the place
  10. It would be a challenging project, have seen this done several times with Summer/Winter camo, Panzer grey/ yellow schemes. It's interesting to see the difference in appearance due to the different colors. Just my
  11. Nice going so far, PE looks very smart.
  12. Hi Mike, not a nightmare, just c*** decals I doubt Meng changed decal suppliers. Thanks for the kind remarks
  13. Thank you Simon, better than "Back in black " isn't it? The decals are really the pits. I remember buying the Roden Fokker triplane and binning it due to the decals. They are absolutely ghastly. I will not be going for heavy weathering here. Dirt, dust okay but not much more than that
  14. Get hold of a bottle of Mr. Mark Softer and Mr. Mark Set. Play around a bit with some old decals and you will be surprised how good these decal liquids are Hi Keith, ta mate, the base has been put down, mine to mess up now
  15. No Francis, I did it with a Badger Thanks mate