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rgb40

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  1. Great scheme Barry,love the subtle weathering. Hard to judge perfection but this might be one of your best! See you in Hamilton? George
  2. Hey Barry I notice you have the leading edge slats closed! That 190 pilot was Ernst Schroder. A model builder and pen pal with Bernie As far as the model goes another one of your beauties! George
  3. Beautifully done Tony. Up to your usual standards. By the way How are you? George
  4. I think you have outdone yourself on this one Barry. WOW George
  5. when using Tamiya or Hasegawa decals try using fairly hot water to remove decal from backing or when the decal is down press with a hot cloth. Apparently the decals aren't thick but the glue makes them appear so. I have had good results using this method. cheers, George
  6. Looks good Barry. I have done some experimenting with riveting and found they look best when applied to the model after painting! Scary I know. Go over the surface with a cloth that has been used to apply silver powder. Gives a nice slightly worn surface. Cheers, George
  7. up to your usual high standards Slim good to see you at the show George
  8. that's right Barry. Make sure you mix it well before thinning. Also you might need more than one coat. George
  9. hey Barry looks like another Nats winner. Superb! george
  10. Hi Stix, been following your builds with great interest. Excellent work picked up quite a few tips along the way. Thank you. Cheers, George
  11. Hey Barry fancy finding you on this site. As usual a fantastic 109. George
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