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Ade

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    1/48 and 1/32 Military aviation kits- WW2 onwards.

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  1. The Royal Air Force Centenary GB

    As an ex crab I’ll join in with this GB if you’ll have me. Not sure about aircraft type yet but it’ll be 1/48 or 1/32. Looks like a good excuse to buy more plastic!
  2. Farewell to the Lynx

    It appears that you’re only 15 mins up the road from me Speedy. I saw them following the A303 on the way to Yeovilton.
  3. Farewell to the Lynx

    Don’t know if this has been posted yet, if it has I apologise. Today marks the day the Lynx is withdrawn from service. I’ve just had four AAC Lynx’s (Lynxi?) buzz past the house on their way to join up with the RN at Yeovilton for a farewell flight. I think they also fly to the Helicopter museum in Weston and then up the Thames in London. Another Cold War type that I’ve always loved goes out of service. I dread the day when it’s the Tornado.
  4. Good effort on the Jag! Airbrushing is mostly practice and finding what paint, thinner and air pressure works for you. I saw your pics over on STW earlier...
  5. The ‘110 is a great kit, mind how the engine cowlings join under the wings though! Good luck with your builds!
  6. They are frustrating but when the stars align and everything comes together they’re brilliant.
  7. FSM are offering a free download of a guide to airbrushing acrylics and it also has a section about airbrushing Future. You’ll need to enter your email to download it. It might be useful to some of you.... Finescale Modeller Airbrushing Acrylics
  8. VF-124 CarQuals - 1982

    Ahh pull up a sandbag.... great pictures and interesting story to boot.
  9. Tu-22KD

    Those seats are proper Thunderbirds. Great build and photography.
  10. Your mottled finish is superb. How’d you achieve it? Very nicely built and painted kit!
  11. I don't think the invasion stripes were applied with a broom though..... https://theaviationist.com/2017/08/07/u-s-air-force-a-10-warthog-gets-rare-non-standard-markings-to-commemorate-the-100th-anniversary-of-the-107th-fighter-squadron/
  12. A few days at RIAT

    Very nice, B2 and the Flanker gets my vote.
  13. Great work, you've done a fine job! Should I ever get mine out of the loft I'll avoid the Sharks mouth. You're more than welcome to mine if you want to try again?
  14. I've got this kit half built in the loft. I got to the engine nacelle point and gave up, you're doing a great job with yours- keep at it!
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