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Martin Ford

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About Martin Ford

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    Planes, military, ships.

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  1. Now that's just wonderful. Was enjoying the pics and then scrolled down to see the inside of the hut and went "wow" to myself. Just stunning my friend, congratulations on a great looking build. Martin
  2. Wow. What a beautiful, detailed build. Am pretty new to any sort of rigging myself and seeing that makes my head hurt a bit. Well done on a fantastic model, Martin
  3. Very nice, love the detailed close ups. Martin
  4. Hello Jim and welcome. Blimey that is hot where you are. I've been moaning at work all day about it being too hot and its 90 something. Roll on winter I say. Didn't realise 29 palms was a place, only know it as a Robert Plant song. All the best, Martin
  5. Love it Always get excited whenever I see a Wingnut thread. A beautiful build of an iconic aircraft. Well done sir. Martin
  6. Fabulous, superb, wonderful, I could go on. Perfect weathering of a beast of a plane. Martin.
  7. Wow. Am pretty much speechless after seeing that. So glad I logged on and had a random browse. What a truly stunning body of work. What an extraordinary thing it is that you have done. Congratulations, Martin
  8. Just wonderful. Particularly love your wood effect on the propeller. Can't wait to see what your building next. All the best, Martin
  9. Hi Stuart, I have two Wingnuts in my stash. Haven't made any as of yet. It's nice just to have them though, I uhmmed and aarhed for ages over whether to get some. If you ever do take the plunge there's a nice bloke on here who has a model shop - Duncan of blackmike models. It's an online shop. So much easier than bidding and ultimately losing on eBay. Have recently done my first bit of rigging on a plane a Handley Page 0/400 and thoroughly enjoyed it. There's definitely something special a out WW1 planes. Martin.
  10. That looks wonderful. Looks like its about to leap into action. Well done indeed, Martin
  11. Now that's just marvellous. Lovely pictures as well. Love the one looking down into the cockpit. I'm still convinced doing the rigging through the "bullet" is witchcraft. One day I'll get mine out of its box. All the best, Martin
  12. Hi Stuart and I am becoming more and more interested in WW1 aircraft myself. Are you a Wingnut Wings aficionado? All the best, Martin
  13. Am interested to see how you get on. Have actually just started this myself. Kind of building it as a test. I thought I'd have a go at my first ever rigging as a bit of practice for a Wingnut kit. The rigging was easy and I enjoyed it. Your kit looks much better than mine. Mine had the worst flash I have ever seen, thick as well as plentiful. All the best, Martin
  14. That really looks fantastic
  15. Lovely, love work. Superb paintwork.