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Graeme H

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  1. Followed this all the way, and with the amount of work you put into it, came out a real treat, one doesn't see F-111B's much in model form, and I doubt there will ever be a better model than this
  2. SMW 2017 Telford 11th & 12th November

    Well I trekked all the way over and all the way back, just for the show, had a great time, and glad I went again I was having some doubts during the last week before lift off, but so glad I hung on, 12th time so far, although been 6 years since the last one. The queue to get in was really long, shows the level of support for the event, which is probably a good thing, although they need to address people standing outside if the weather turns a bit inclement, but of course that never really happens in the UK does it? Bought a few kits that I had been after, and some new tools, (i'm a sucker for good tools), an surprisingly for me, just one or two decal sheets. We went straight to the Pink Car Park, and couldn't really get in there, so parked over the road at the main car park, on the Sunday, missed out by about 10 cars getting into the TIC car Park, but got into the Pink one no trouble. So all in all a well worthwhile trip from my point of view, and I travel a bit further than most.
  3. You would be right there Ray, like I said not paying attention, still don't think either TAN kit will be available even then, but would love to be proven wrong, so I'm in with a TAN 1/72 Buc
  4. Not been paying attention, but is this an STGB for next year I would love that TAN get their 1/72 kit done, which was announced first, but the 1/48th groupies want theirs first, can't help some people So given that neither of the TAN kits will become available before this STGB, I will probably do an Airfix 1/72 one, so count me in
  5. Airfix Douglas Dakota - 34 Squadron RAAF

    Well despite all the criticism directed at this kit, it sure looks like a C-47, very nice
  6. Just for the blonde, the title Douglas DC 3 / C47 Skytrain GB @25 confirmed today 19/10/2017 , means you got the 25 participants that you needed on that date, and not the start date of the GB, which I originally thought. There is mention it is for 2019, is that correct?, I must confess I got confused when people were withdrawing because they don't yet have a kit, but if it is a year or more away seems odd. So if it is 2019 put me down as well, but set me a reminder, my memory is shot.
  7. I had forgotten all about this one, good to see it rise up again, a Phoenix project if ever there was one
  8. It is very possible that it is only in the canopy I noticed when I got some photos of it at Tangmere that the canopy on this has metal bracing on the rear of the canopy, not seen on other Hunters, and it does look shorter because of the bracing, not sure if it is an optical illusion or not. DSCF0652 by qfa_tsv, on Flickr DSCF0644 by qfa_tsv, on Flickr DSCF0655 by qfa_tsv, on Flickr but only has the standard windshield, I did ask about the high speed windshield, but was told they didn't have it. DSCF0656 by qfa_tsv, on Flickr
  9. Mig-29 9.12 IRIAF

    Yep, what they all said ^^ and it might be just me, but I can't get your website to open either, but did find your facebook page, although this one is not there yet
  10. 1/72 High Planes Mirage IIIO RAAF

    Really came up a treat that, pity about the gallery
  11. Gallery

    Another in the air and ready for action This is the PJ version of the High Planes Models Kit, this is the MK II as I like to call it, the first version, with the supposedly heavy panel lines, but hidden by this camo version The PJ Kit has all the resin bits to do a proper Belgian AF I had noticed after I put the first lot of photos up, that the decal for the emergency canopy release had moved, so need to correct it and retake photos now here DSCN0889 by qfa_tsv, on Flickr DSCN0887 by qfa_tsv, on Flickr DSCN0884 by qfa_tsv, on Flickr DSCN0886 by qfa_tsv, on Flickr
  12. Belgian Mirage 5 BR

    OK, another over the finish line (just), this is the PJ Version of the HPM kit first some lower shots, have to be in the jig to get these without damaging the model a few comments on this, firstly the Modeldecals sheet was sized for the Heller kit, and it would appear their fin is a bit bigger, haven't had time to do a comparison yet, another is the PJ 1700 L resin tanks are a little undernourished, compared to most, especially the HPM resin one, think I would use those in future. DSCN0866 by qfa_tsv, on Flickr DSCN0867 by qfa_tsv, on Flickr DSCN0868 by qfa_tsv, on Flickr DSCN0870 by qfa_tsv, on Flickr
  13. Gallery

    High Planes Models latest kit with Red Roo decals, representing a short lived scheme from the early '70's of 3 Sqn RAAF at Butterworth Malaysia DSCN0862 by qfa_tsv, on Flickr DSCN0856 by qfa_tsv, on Flickr DSCN0855 by qfa_tsv, on Flickr DSCN0863 by qfa_tsv, on Flickr
  14. Mirage IIIO 3 Sqn RAAF

    OK, first one started and first over the line, will put some up in the gallery This one was a good build except for breaking off the nose probe, several times DSCN0861 by qfa_tsv, on Flickr DSCN0860 by qfa_tsv, on Flickr
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