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MickE

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  1. Well done Ozzy love your mossie especially the Cookie bomb. It came out great. Those painted on roundels look good as well Mick
  2. Looks great Patrice, well done.
  3. Thanks Thom Incidentally if anyone is interested I will be displaying it at Milton Keynes on Sunday, on the IPMS Salisbury Table. Mick
  4. Thanks Keith, yes it was the Paragon set. Mick
  5. Thanks all Tony - I am sure yours will come out well. The conversion is pretty straightforward although the Aussie based version needs more work with the extra bits and you don't need to make up six stack exhausts for the outboard ones. The only hassle I had with the conversion set was cutting the huge pour stubs off the bombs and bomb bay fairing - especially the fairing! Cut it off a bit at a time and leave some on and then file it off or you can lose some of the shape of the fairing. With the bombs it is not so critical as only about half the bomb can be seen, when installed. Mick
  6. Fantastic Alessandro you have nailed it! That was some great scratchbuilding. Mick
  7. Just finished my entry to the De Havilland mega build. It is a De Havilland Mosquito B Mk IV 'Highball' aircraft. The Highball was a bouncing bomb which was to be used against shipping but was never implemented. Cheers Mick
  8. Tamiya 1/48 Mosquito B Mk 4 converted to a Highball machine. DK290/G was a development aircraft based at Boscombe Down. Here are the pictures: Cheers Mick
  9. John, I cheat and use Eduard masks. Thanks Martin. After a very productive weekend I have finally finished. Here are some of the pictures, hope you like them. I will put more in the Mosquito gallery. Cheers Mick
  10. Hi Stix I do as that is the time that the model starts looking like it should.
  11. Thanks Rob I have another Mossie that will be converted to a sea mosquito that provided the exhausts. Like you I will have to get some resin ones to replace them. Mick