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monsjmse

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About monsjmse

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Near Oxford, UK
  • Interests
    F1, whisky, military history

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  1. A few more bullet holes in the kennel of my Snoopy - curse you Red Baron! This series has been a great read - looking forward to the finale. Your daughter is very talented and it's nice to see that she is taking an interest. I tried last Easter to get my eldest daughter into modelling. She stuck most of a Spitfire MkI together from an Airfix starter kit, but lost interest and it sits half finished in her room. Maybe I'll show her this as some encouragement.
  2. Just Joined

    Thank you all for the welcome. I'm sure I'll be very happy here
  3. 1/32 Mosquito Tamiya wip

    Incredible work Sir. Great pictures too. I'm watching with interest.
  4. Hello Iain, mind if I pull up a pew? I have this kit on the shelf and am planning to build it for the RAF Centenary group build starting in April. A bit of information gathering on how it goes together should really help. It's looking nice so far
  5. The Royal Air Force Centenary GB

    Hi all from a Newbie. I'd like to join if I may, also with a Defiant the same as Paul_B. I made the old Airfix Series 1 1:72 nightfighter version over 30 years ago and have had a soft spot for this unusual aircraft ever since. Now I have the glorious looking Airfix 1:48 kit sitting on my shelf and this looks like the perfect opportunity to break open the box. Thanks, Mark.
  6. Just Joined

    Hello all. My name's Mark. I started making models when I was 7 after finally being allowed to buy a Heller-Humbrol Spitfire from the local Post Office. One sniff of the polystyrene cement and I was hooked for life. Alas, my modelling career came to an abrupt halt after I left school when life became more complicated and a whole lot busier. I'm now nearly 40 . I've had a couple of false starts in the intervening years (I've optimistically bought kits which have sat gathering dust and paints which are now in the bin), but during the last 12 months or so I have found some time to get back into sticking bits of plastic together and painting them. I managed to finish two whole builds in 2017 (with my track record, this was a monumental achievement) and hope to get at least two-and-a-half finished in 2018 . My main modelling interest is in military aviation, almost exclusively WWII, though I'd love to be brave enough to try rigging a Wingnut Wings kit one day. I also like building F1 cars.
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