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Murdo last won the day on August 31 2013

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  1. 1:147 HMS Surprise

    Absolutely superb work! Another great fan of "Master and Commander". I think it is my most watched movie.
  2. Which glue for rubber tracks?

    Excellent find, I can see an awful lot of uses for that stuff. I really hope it proves to be strong enough for you.
  3. Info needed please, on MIDGES in Scotland.

    Only of use if you carry it about with you. i.e. Strapped to your back. If you have to move outside it's 2 metre range then...
  4. small schooner ready for sea

    Yet another fabulous build!
  5. Steve's got new glasses!

    Very nice job there, very nice indeed! Revell have some absolute gems in their 1:144 scale (non airliner) range. Try their Apache too.
  6. PBY-5A Catalina Rescue

    Lovely, lovely, lovely! I do like your builds mate!
  7. Brushing acrylics over gloss

    Winsor & Newton Galeria matt varnish is superb stuff!
  8. Hi Mike, Anything I have that even hints at being a tail sitter has a load of lead built into the nose. Sometimes the cockpit is made of lead like this 1/144 DH Devon. The forward bulkhead and everything in front of it is made of lead plus a load of lead shot glued in too. It's all either lead sheet or lead shot and is certainly not a tail sitter! It's almost finished so I'll post pics soon.
  9. A great looking wee kit and I seriously love the paint job and weathering!
  10. And (whilst donning Tin Bin to avoid the fisticuffs) Murdo diplomatically asked "What did you glaze the windows with?" I've been using UV Glue with some reasonable success, even with fairly large windows (1:144 DH Devon - pics due soon) but what did you use, are they painted? They look quite smooth.
  11. 1/72 UM M7 Priest 'British Army'

    Cracking build!