Jump to content

If you're one of the gradually reducing number of folks that aren't currently receiving notifications to topics you've subscribed to, or PMs you're receiving, first check you've got the correct address in your profile, then drop in and post your experience in this thread, remembering to tell us your email provider's details, which is the part after the @ in your email address.

This site uses cookies! Learn More

This site uses cookies!

You can find a list of those cookies here: mysite.com/cookies

By continuing to use this site, you agree to allow us to store cookies on your computer. :)

PhilHendry

Members
  • Content count

    180
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

109 Excellent

About PhilHendry

  • Rank
    New Member
  • Birthday December 22

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Lancaster, UK
  • Interests
    Too many to list?
  1. I can see the photos, and it looks jolly good!
  2. The chap in the cap started out as an Airfix British Commando I believe - isn’t that the radio operator figure?
  3. INCOMING! Puma Batash LIC bank balance damage.....

    I think two Pumas may be required... one with mine roller and Carpet, a second batash with doghouse.
  4. INCOMING! Puma Batash LIC bank balance damage.....

    I feel your pain... Because I have almost the same pain!
  5. A good place to start

    The new Tamiya Valentine II/IV kit is a good place to start. It's a superb example of modern kit design, and builds easily into a lovely replica.
  6. IDF Macha"G M579 Fitter

    Thanks Julian - Slickpic seems like a good choice - particularly as, unlike a lot of sites (Photobucket, , you retain full ownership of your images. That might not matter to some folks, but I do sell a few images (albeit not of toy tanks!), so I need to retain full control. Still making progress... Still haven't found a good solution for photo hosting - working on it though! So, this afternoon, I have airbrushed the 'Macha"G' Fitter with 'Sinai Grey'. That's the bit of modelling which I dislike, despite having upgraded all my airbrushing gear recently. The brush (Iwata Eclipse SBS Side-Feed) refused to work to begin with, so I had to strip and clean it. Gosh, but it's so much easier to strip and reassemble than my old Badger was. And then, when I'd finished spraying, and cleaned up, the cable reel/winder on the spray booth refused to retract the cable, so I had to strip that down too, in order to get it working so the booth would fold back into its box. But I have got the basic painting done. The nice thing about IDF armour is that there's no pesky camouflage to worry about - squirt the thing with a coat of 'Sinai Grey' and you're done. So now, once I've given it a few hours to cure fully, I can get back to the fun bits!
  7. Early IDF M50.

    Early Dragon A4s were indeed well-wrong in the area of the idler position and spacing to the rearmost bogie - it's a long, long, time since I built one, but it was a significant number of mm - requiring surgery to get it looking half-decent.
  8. USMC M1A1 and no-slip paint

    If this had remained in the 'wrong place', alongside those nasty aeroplanes, I would have been tempted to ask... Q: What's the definition of air superiority? A: A tank on the runway.
  9. It looks great!!! Photos- YAY!!!!!
  10. Early IDF M50.

    Looks great! And... YAY - PHOTOS!!! I began to think photos on BM were a thing of the past, after the Photobucket debacle!
  11. I fortunate, at least on this forum*, as I don't have a lot of images. I shall re-link them from my new host, at some point when I'm feeling like being very, very, bored. I'm fairly mad with Photoshitbucket. I don't mind paying a bit, in principle, but $399 is utterly outrageous - that's clearly a statement of 'we don't want any cheapskates' - I guess they're trying to change their market position and customer base... and I sincerely hope it fails, completely, and that they go bust. * But I have hundreds of images linked on other fora. No way those threads are anything but dead - life's too short to sort them out. A couple of fora I follow are completely gutted by this - and that's what makes me mad - it's so unnecessary.
  12. IDF Macha"G M579 Fitter

    Hmm! I've just linked to a file, and it comes with a nasty advert for Slickpic. Maybe that's not the solution after all. Later... Ah, that's what happens with a trial account... If I pay (and it's not too expensive, unlike Photobucket) the ads disappear.
  13. IDF Macha"G M579 Fitter

    Thanks Julian - Slickpic seems like a good choice - particularly as, unlike a lot of sites (Photobucket, Postimage, etc), you retain full ownership of your images. That might not matter to some folks, but I do sell a few images (albeit not of toy tanks!), so I need to retain full control.
  14. IDF Macha"G M579 Fitter

    Thanks! It does sound like ransomeware - and in effect it is. I'm in the process of dowloading all my Photobucket albums. Once Ive done that, I'll find somewhere else (like Slickpic), re-upload them and then it's the monumental task of relinking... Which, to be honest, may not happen, other than for recent projects.
×