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About Winenut

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  1. Thanks for the response Fuad Sounds quite possible those original windows were darker in some way Regards Bruce
  2. I'm a prop man but somehow the Hornet grabs me. Great looking aircraft and your RAAF version is a standout Very nice indeed
  3. Great subject and like the rest I love the realistic water slime green on the floats. Very realistic One question.. Were the windows actually blue like that or is that a masking agent for painting that hasn't been removed?
  4. I bought some Hobby Boss easy assembly myself as they are cheap , quick to build and a great platform to try ideas...... be it scratch building, riveting, new painting techniques ...anything. The result can be a great addition to the collection which yours absolutely is. Well done indeed....... lovely 190
  5. Best ever! Beats twiddling your thumbs on an Xbox controller any day
  6. Great result. The upper tricolour finish sand/ green/ grey looks spot on. What paints/colours did you use particularly the sandy brown? The Tamiya kit looks great ....did you do some extra riveting??? Cheers Bruce
  7. Very detailed and interesting G Superb finish and weathering Cheers! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xJeWySiuq1I
  8. Aaaahhh nostalgia.......... It ain't what it used to be I love it Steve Top job. I love seeing simple old kits done really well. A nice old kit treated with respect and presented beautifully with all it's imperfections carries more heartfelt weight for me than a perfect modern kit rendered in the latest fashionable idiom Cheers Bruce
  9. Nice Hornet Very handsome aircraft and comes up well especially in your scheme Top job on the Italeri kit indeed! Cheers Bruce
  10. Shake Shake Shake........ Shake Shake Shake........ Well Steve clearly our musical references are on song Very tasty F100 .....top build and interesting scheme. Actually I got it wrong and had to edit!!! You were all Frank Zappa and I was going disco on KC and the Sunshine band! F100 still stands as superb Cheers Bruce
  11. Might be a silly question. Is this Revell Moth a rebox of the Matchbox 1/32? It's come up a treat and was just wondering Cheers Bruce
  12. Well 3 and 4 I can offer some help! If you're shopping the Antipodes I would love to offer some Clare Valley Riesling as an alternative to NZ SAV B (or perhaps a refined Adelaide Hills white of multiple persuasions) and I would be happy to point the way toward any South Australian red that may just eclipse Wolfie Blass' Yellow Label Cab Sav as fine a drop as it may be Oh....bye the way can't fault the beautifully clean build and lines of your latest effort Cheers Bruce
  13. You don't use an airbrush!!....... Honestly its amazing full stop...painted hairy stick is almost unfathomable As always incredible and this SEAC scheme is excellent Thanks for the inspiration Cheers Bruce
  14. I really like it. Different subject and the simple 2 colour solid livery gives you that great chance to wash the panels lines and get some interesting contrast Brilliant ......I want one in my cabinet! Cheers
  15. Thanks for the great honest feedback I agree totally I personally have no idea why anyone buys something diecast and yes a nicely built and painted 1:72 scale offers so much more for me (but add a good amount of fragility!) If I could build quickly and well and there was a market for them I'd do it!!!!!!!....but it takes me 6 months to finish a Hobby Boss easy assembly and paint it so I guess I'm out lol!
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