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HL-10

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HL-10 last won the day on February 5 2018

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About HL-10

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  • Birthday 06/02/1965

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    Aircraft, Sci-Fi, AFVs & Figures

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  1. You've done a very impressive job on that old kit!
  2. Never been too bothered about getting things 100% accurate
  3. I've got their Argosy but after looking at Adey M's superb build, I don't know if I'm going to give it a go any time soon! Thanks everyone, I greatly appreciate all you comments and compliments. It wasn't an easy build but it was enjoyable (am I a masochist?) Thanks, Angelo
  4. No, they didn't make a mistake because no decals were provided for and of the stripes or cheat lines. They were all masked and painted by me and I used gold as it stands out clearer than the golden yellow.
  5. What a kit! Rough does not some it up. Thick plastic. Loads of moulding defects. Poor fit. A lot of filler and sanding required. Very grainy surface. Absolute;y loved building it ! It was almost like making an early resin kit, with lots of surface imperfections and a lot of part preparation. I don't know why I went for an airliner, not usually my thing, but a change is a good as a rest. Thanks for looking Angelo.
  6. Great work Sam, a very nice looking Mustang and some impressive photographs taken with a very appropriate backdrop!
  7. Its all coming together, and I'm running out of space! Thanks for looking
  8. Just a "little" update. While working on the command centre's observation tubes, I thought it would be good to have some observers. Not sure what Colonel White and Captain Scarlet have seen, but Blue & Symphony Angel seem more interested in each other! The figures were carved from cocktail sticks with wire used for their arms. They a about 4 to 5mm in height. Back to sanding & filling, filling & sanding
  9. WELL DONE AIRFIX! Great news, long overdue. A new Vulcan will sit perfectly with the Victor and Valiant. Wonderful to see the V bombers done justice. I will be definitely making more than one, too many great schemes
  10. I converted Tamiya's J to an FGR2. I scratch built the exhausts using a ping pong ball and a light fitting! I like to think I achieved a reasonable result. Enjoy your build!
  11. Two of the four hover combine, positioning jets. Now I've got to make the frame to connect the command centre to the engines, and then bring it all together! Thanks for looking, Angelo
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