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About Bitzer

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  • Birthday 03/12/60

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  1. HMS Belfast 1/350

    Fantastic job! I love all three.
  2. Z 39, Dragon, 1:350

    Exceptional job Mick
  3. Beautiful job Dave, and I echo the great sea base.
  4. Great job on such a well used warrior. Too bad her fate was Bikini Island.
  5. Vosper MTB 234 -1/72

    That's a great idea to show the bow. It looks fantastic!
  6. CVL22 "Independence" 1943

    Outstanding and inspiring job!!!!
  7. 1/700th Aoshima IJN Nagato 1942, Retake

    Great work! The rigging, base and photography look fantastic.
  8. You scratchbuilders just blow my mind. Looks great mate!
  9. Despite your frustration I think it turned out well.
  10. Thanks guys! IanC. The Kate and Zero wore the same warpaint in both battles. The Val went from grey/green to green during the six months.
  11. I completed the 1/72 Airfix Zero starter kit. I bought it off eBay for $3 plus shipping. I was a nice kit with the option to fold the wingtips. In comparison to Hasegawa it was a little rough with a little cleanup required and deep panel lines but I think it turned out well. This one depicts AI-102 from the Akagi during the Midway attack. I used Tamiya's XF-12 JN Grey as the base and oils for the weathering.
  12. Nicly done The weathering is superb.
  13. I’m done with the Val. This was a nice kit though the instructions were a little hard to interpret at times. It did require some scratching to make it acceptable but all in all it was fairly accurate. I still have an Akagi Zero to complete so I have one more to do.