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Nev

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About Nev

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    Phillistine kit assembler (and proud!)
  • Birthday 09/27/1972

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  1. Gorgeous model, great weathering, and the figures are fantastic.
  2. "Waste is the currency of war, and it must be spent for military objectives to be achieved" General Dwight D Eisenhower.
  3. The mud and the figures are outstanding
  4. Sounds like some form of sensitisation to me. You can go years around something with no effect, then one day you get an allergic reaction to it. The thing about sensitisation is that it only needs a microscopic amount to trigger the reaction. I was sensitised to one of the chemicals - a drug for high blood pressure - where I used to work, and even just handling a document that had been used by someone working on that process used to cause my face to start itching. I hope you are able to find a workaround to this, it sounds like its probably one of the solvents used in these glue
  5. When I cataloged my stash during lockdown, the breakdown for aircraft was approximately 1/32 ~10% 1/48 ~ 50% 1/72 ~ 40% 1/48 is definitely my favourite. I love the "chunkyness" in that scale that makes them look less toy like than 1/72
  6. Decals? pfffft! A real modeller would have masked that by hand! Joking of course. Great job, think I would have gone blind trying to decal that
  7. Nev

    Ray Rimmel

    Wow, I remember that. Over 100 mags in the collection IIRC. My grandad had the entire set, and as a young boy I used to love going round to their house at weekends and disappearing into the spare bedroom where I would pore over them for hours. Happy days
  8. Well, that is simply superb. The water and the grass look real, and everything else down to the little details like the sweat stains down the soldiers backs is amazing.
  9. What breed of Burmese is that Steve? Those are very Siamese colours
  10. We have two Burmese as well, and had another one for 19 years before them. They are very affectionate and intelligent cats. Our blue will play fetch with her toy mice - which she will come and drop at your feet and then yeowl loudly until you throw it for her to go and chase. Repeat until she gets bored of the game (which can take a while!)
  11. Thanks Steve, she's a Snow Bengal - and like most Bengals, is a handful! "A cross between a toddler and a puppy" is the best description I have read of the breed!
  12. They really are strange creatures......
  13. Great job, I remember building this kit as a kid in the mid 80s, which shows it's vintage.....
  14. Another fabulously weathered workhorse I'm with you, although CAG birds have their place, and some look better than others, I do love a nice, dirty, lo-vis line bird.
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