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TLMarchent

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  1. I'm not sure, I think to stay safe, I might stay clear Ok, how can I put more weight on the nose gear? And thanks for the advice, I will implement this. Did you mean Tony Bay decals you would prefer? I think I saw Twosix decals But I haven't made a purchase yet. British Airways have actually put an order for a number of these, to be precise 12. It looks amazing! It is a pretty big kit.
  2. I'd absolutely LOVE to do this!! Soooo much detail and colours in it!!
  3. Thanks everyone! Thanks Rob, I am using Revell little tin paints, Enamel paints I believe. The engines are sprayed in Revell Acrylic Model & Craft Hobby Spray and the colour for that is Midnight Blue - 15. The small tin I have is Humbrol Enamel Gloss - Number 15. Thanks everyone, this is a slow build as you will understand why when I do say my hello a little later today, actually studying to become a commercial pilot to fly one of these! The real one, wouldn't be able to fit in THIS one...
  4. Bit of a closer image, I really love the colour of these. Clean Aircraft! Next up, we have the engine front cowling bit's (Not sure what they are called, I should know!) But these are painted in silver, as referenced from photos. I was going to put a darker silver/grey half way through, again as referenced in pictures, but this will be very difficult to do.. I tried masking, it won't get straight, and also thought about dipping half of it in the paint but it may become quite thick.. So I'm passing on this and keeping it one colour: Closer up...: Now the huge number of wheels that wer
  5. My new paints! (Well some of them..) The workstation! With laptop for radio and facebook! My workstation again. And here we go, it's under way! The front nose wheel and wheel structure painting is complete and I have started work on the engine fan blades. I am planning on doing something special for the engines, stay tuned! Engine fan blades. First coat of white gloss spray paint on the fuselage. I have now put a light second coat on and will see how that got on tomorrow morning.
  6. Hi Guys, First post here I am in the process of making my first Proper model commercial airliner! In the past I have just put it together from the instructions, and slapped some paint on and hey presto.. it looked c*%$ So, I'm doing this properly now. I will leave a small 'Hello' in the introductions forums to say a bit about myself Many thanks, and I love the amount of commercial models on this forum! Especially loved the Airbus A330 conversion wheels! Couldn't stop looking at those last night! If I only I hadn't finished my wheels on this A380. Just to note, the kit is from Revell in
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