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  • Birthday 05/11/1962

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  1. Now that is a well built model! I always like it, when one puts figures on a ship model - gives a sense of scale! I wonder what the two sailors at the front is talking about, though... Cheers Hans J
  2. When one talks about WW2 luftwaffe bombers the He-111 is always the first to spring to my mind, and yours is a true beauty! Well done! Cheers Hans J
  3. Hi Dmitry Don't be sorry - your model and pictures are just fine! I have seen others taking photos through a plate of glas! They put the model on top of the glasplate outdoors and took the pictures from under it. Would that work for you? Keep up the good work Cheers Hans J
  4. That plane is just so beautifull and your model does it full justice! Thanks for sharing! Cheers Hans J
  5. It's a P-40 - with a sharkmouth - and a well built P-40 at that! What's not to like - I do! Cheers Hans J
  6. If I remember correctly, the F1 was one of the contenders in what at the time was called (in Denmark at least! ) "The Deal of the Century" were many NATO countries were looking to update their airforces.. The contenders were: Mirage F1, YF-16 (F-16), YF-17 (F-18) and the Viggen (Were there more? ) Cheers Hans J
  7. Great model! Mr. Bean has got nothing on these guys - a compfy chair? Hmpf! And you're sure you couldn't find room for a little more? Thanks for sharing! Cheers Hans J
  8. I build this too when I was young! Wasn't as good as yours though! Also build the 1/72 scale kit when it was announced, that Denmark would buy the F-16. Of course I assumed that they would be green as the F-100, F-104 and Draken was - boy was I wrong! (But maybe it would make a great WHIF! ) Thanks for the memories.....and the inspiration! Cheers Hans J
  9. Great model and a great idea! I've always pictured me this scene: It's the blackest moonless night and the crew of a Heinkel He-111 in great secrecy passes over the coast of Britain, when suddenly someone turns on the light! Cheers Hans J
  10. Hi All! I have these figures (and their 1/72 version) and have wondered what - or when - to use them to: I bought them to be used with an Airfix 1/48 Lynx (which I don't have anymore ) or a Kinetic Sea Harrier FA2 (which I don't have anymore ). Which period do they fit? How far back can I go? Can I use them with a Wessex? Sea King? Cheers Hans J
  11. Great model with a great finish of a difficult paintscheme! I'm taking notes! Thank you for sharing! Cheers Hans J
  12. There has been three planes in history with a comparable name: Thunderbolt, Viggen and ... Raiden! All three are also remarkable large planes compared to their contemporaries. Your Raiden is one of the best I've seen! Cheers Hans J
  13. Hi! It looks fantastic! Your take on the weathering is great and the vintercamo looks spot on to me! Well done indeed! Cheers Hans J
  14. I can only say, that your time in the kitchen was well spend and your 'cooking' is outstanding! Cheers Hans J
  15. It looks really good and well done at that - only one thing though - I think there's room for more stuff on the bonnet! Cheers Hans J
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