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kiwitrogg

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  1. Another couple of cracking SEAC Libs Tony ! Great research leading to some quite subtle additions to the buid and paint. Have you got any more planned ? I've still got decals for another couple of RAF B-24s (inc. KH160 Woodcutter),but like you I'm running out of space for other projects. I love the idea of doing half/half....hmm...food for thought. Love your work Chap Cheers Gaz
  2. Sweet looking Jag. And as others have said, it's up with the best on here. Nice work I worked on a sheduled servicing of this kite, and remember thinking how 'understated' it was compared to those of 41 and 54 about the same time. Happy days. I'm loving your other subject choices as well. Keep up the great work. Oh and just so you know.........I'm blaming you..........I've 'rediscovered' a couple of Jags in my stash and am preparing for a winter Jag-fest. Cheers Gaz
  3. Looks really good........and colourful as you say. Cheers Gaz
  4. Proper modelling. I wish I had half as much skill and patience. Stunning ! Cheers Gaz
  5. Sweeet ! Just finished one of these myself and I agree with you it's a nice kit alright. Nice one. Cheers Gaz
  6. Lovely, lovely, lovely ! I'm rather partial to RAF Phantoms. Cheers Gaz
  7. Well I'd never have had picked him as a WWII pilot.....I'm still learnning, obviously. Thanks for the background story. Lovely build, just enough weathering and chipping to look good. I'm no expert on Albacores, but it looks real good to me. Cheers Gaz
  8. I have a fondness for the old Hawk and you've done a smashing job of this one. I wish I could get a gloss like that ! Cheers Gaz
  9. 'All clear above and behind !' Ahhh yes, those were the days. Unfortunately I haven't seen my ATC logbook in years, I probably ditched it along with many other bits of memorabilia when I thought I'd outgrown those things. How wrong I was. Lovely builds, and I reckon a good idea to do different colour schemes. Well done. Cheers Gaz
  10. Hi Paul. Ive only just caught up with this thread. I hope you enjoyed your time over here in NZed. I've been here 21 years now and I'm still loving it. You might find Sydney has a slightly faster pace to it. Cheers Gaz
  11. So cool ! It looks really really dark and menacing. Love your finish and weathering. The backdrop adds so much too. Cheers Gaz
  12. .big........and that's before you even install the rotor blades Hi Tony, thanks. Grey and green all the way..........That's how I remember the RAF fleet. Never heard that one before either, thanks The proper scheme. I never saw one in any other colour I don't think. Thanks everyone for your feedback Cheers Gaz
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