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DWC1968

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About DWC1968

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  • Birthday 22/02/68

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Washington Tyne & Wear
  • Interests
    Modelling, Fly Fishing when I can and my two ex racing rescue greys

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  1. Cracking finish and thanks for sharing your wip, interesting to look through. Cheers Dave.
  2. Nice clean build that, nice work on the interior. Dave.
  3. Cracking build and choice of colours really suit it, like it a lot. Dave.
  4. Very very nice. Dave.
  5. What a cracking build, looking forward to seeing it on the base. Dave.
  6. Liking that mate and cracking work on the salty seadog. Dave.
  7. Moving along nicely mate. Dave.
  8. Nice build Alan, might just have to dig mine out of stash and give it a go. Cheers Dave.
  9. Such detail in small scale, have enjoyed looking at your work. Hope to see more soon. Cheers Dave.
  10. Hi, not sure if this is any help but I made a mesh panel, not round which is probably a lot trickier but I edged it with flat lead as used in fly tying for weighting fly bodies. Dave.
  11. Nice builds Simon and cracking finishing. See you at the club and all the best for 2017. Dave.
  12. Nice little build Steve. Cheers Dave.
  13. Cracking finish, what a shine that is. Dave.
  14. Cheers mate, I enjoyed this one and trying out a bit of base building, learning all the time. Dave.
  15. Hi Badder, thanks for the comment and the advice, I'm a tad gutted I have the green wrong but know for future builds Those 'bushes' are rubber, painted green then flicked with a yellow on the odd leaf and then lightly coated in matt varnish, they will probably outlast the model lol. I will have a look at sea foam as always keen to find something I didn't know about. Cheers Dave