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  1. Finished this one a month ago and got some pictures done. Its the Tamiya Kure GTR kit with aftermarket decals. If anyone played the original Gran Turismo it was a racecar on there! Quite pleased with this one, let me know what you think. Kit manufacturer: Tamiya Scale: 1/24 Type: Kure GTR Extras used: seatbelts and Tabu design decals Paints and colours used: Zero paints white and MIPA clear lacquer
  2. Very nice work
  3. Love it! Nice to see more trucks on here
  4. Got this one finished and in the photo booth. It really is a great kit with no major problems, may possibly add a mine detection device when it goes on a diorama eventually. Also might be worth saying that the doors and the rear boot section are only tacked in with a bit of pva in case I have to open them later which is why you might spot a bit of a gap. Kit manufacturer: academy Scale: 1/35 Type: M1151 Humvee Extras used: DEF models resin sagged wheels Paints and colours used: MRP 080 and various tamiya. Weathered with mig pigments and ak washes
  5. Scale: 1/72Manufacturer: BandaiPaint: Tamiya and Vallejo metalExtras: none Weathering: Dark dirt washDecals: OOB As its Star Wars day i thought i should share my latest build. I decided not to go with the standard box scheme and go for the colours of blue squadron. Let me know what you think. Up next will be my full resin 1/48th version....
  6. Thanks everyone, appreciate all the comments. Believe it or not she does actuaully balance to perfection! More luck than judgement. But the plan from the start was to use the thinnest bit of fishing wire to hold the back down, so i use this as well
  7. Cracking job
  8. Thats a beauty! Love it!
  9. Great work! Dont see too many of these finished.
  10. Scale: 1/48Manufacturer: AirfixPaint: Tamiya and Vallejo metalExtras: SAC metal undercarriage, coastal kits blurred runway Weathering: Dark dirt washDecals: OOB Shes rather a large model once built. Really struggled to get her on my photo background but did the best i could. No major problems with the build, just took longer than normal due to a house move. Had its first outing at the Milton Keynes show last weekend and had lots of positive comments. May bring it to Telford this year but will have to see nearer the time. Here she is in the photobay taking up lots of room! At the MK show with an admirer
  11. Great job!