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IPMS19 last won the day on May 17 2013

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  1. - Truly outstanding work - Impressive result
  2. - What else to say ? They just are CATS.......A world in itself we cannot understand, may be is it why we love them so.
  3. DINNER TIME Menu of the day :Steak and french fries Starring : Left Erwin -The alien- Right Roro
  4. -Looks good, deserve to be seen in natural light on a table in a show.....
  5. -Thank you Pete, I understand too well your ordeal, different reasons leads to the same result, fortunatly I still have enough in different show cases to please my eyes and memories - I faced the same problem with Photobucket some years ago so I changed to imageshack and no problems since Thank you for your words , Keep safe my friend - It was the Italeri Kit with scratch made decal scheme and paint
  6. - Good show Jeannot. - I just have an idea for the fun, try a black & white or sepia photo and I'm quite sure it will be very difficult to sort your kit from a photo of real WWII machine
  7. -Thank you my friend for your idea, it's a tip to be kept in mind for the next models I will built. On the other end the age is coming........ - Some models were in boxes for almost 20 years; it is probably why, as they were constantly exposed at rather high temperatures during spring and sommer monthes that made the chips to stick to the varnish. Last sommer, temperature rised 40┬░under shadow for two or three consecutivs days, which means 50┬░+ for the less, under the roof in the attic for hours, the nights being not sufficiently fresh to cool the space. I noticed that matt acrylic paints were more sensitive to this phenomenon than gloss and enamels.
  8. - That 's what I'm doing Werner. with some small problem by the way....... With TRUMPY at rescue - Such is life otf the modeller.......
  9. - Vielen Danke Roman - Your idea of the take away is excellent, I won't have think of it - I have the same philisophy, once my show cases full I used to pack them and to the attic. But the space became limited, and added to this, the problem with polistyrene so the only way was the scrap yard....... As I'm keeping on modelling, so one day or another, I will have to cope with the same problem but I will make your idea in good practice this time ... if you allow it ......
  10. - Thank you my friend , whatever, I keep on modelling
  11. -The froggy is not a seaplane, but a low altitude attack bomber Br 693 according to the characteristic shape of the underside of the visible wing, the seaplane I can't really tell which it is. If it's a twin float it s not a RUFE, it could be the Dewoitine HD 780 seaplane prototype. I had this rather confidential resine from Sinifer -Cheers J.M
  12. - You've got some of them.. - A third Do 335 - No Lysander - -Ju 88G - An Arado 240 - Siebel Si 204 -Arado Ar 68 - (The black thing top left) '-Breguet Br 693 - A doubt about the seaplane possibly an A6M-2N
  13. -Sadly for our old soldiers, there is no such associations in that "such wonderfull" country ...
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