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Stew Dapple

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Stew Dapple last won the day on September 29 2020

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  1. Yes, I've used it over enamels many times. As a 'security blanket' I'd add the caveat - as long as the enamel has fully cured i.e at least 24 hours after painting. Cheers, Stew
  2. (Do this in Bender's voice:) Awwwww! OT, I got the full series on DVD earlier this week; little modelling predicted for the weekend Thank you, I wish you all luck with them Cheers, Stew
  3. Wow, delayed maybe, but packed with interesting points... Something I had never considered, but you make your point well; for the last couple of years I have considered it a success to finish anything but I don't believe I am working my way toward my best model any more, I think that point passed and I am now getting further from it (In my opinion it was the first new-tool Hasegawa 'Emily' I built, for the record) Those Fine Molds seatbelts don't look very bendy? Win's Tempest is looking braw Lovely job on the camo pattern. Please tel
  4. I've always had a soft spot for the early-mark Crusader, and yours is a little beauty Cheers, Stew
  5. That's really nice, I didn't even know Airfix made a kit of her. The original survives as a visitor attraction in Dundee Cheers, Stew
  6. Please do mate, I have wondered what the deal was with those Looking good by the way, as is Win's Tempest Cheers, Stew
  7. Hi Dylan, I took a picture of the paint schemes the other day if that helps? Cheers, Stew
  8. Excellent, a front-row seat On ye go Edward, in your own time Cheers, Stew
  9. Beautiful Nice work mate, and fast too Cheers, Stew
  10. God I've become overwhelmed with nostalgia for your shed But a timely reminder for me, as I have some yellow spinner tips in the job queue Cheers, Stew
  11. Of course they really are transfers, but as a guest on Edward's thread I thought I'd be diplomatic and not insist upon the usage of the correct term The correct pronounciation of 'decal' would presumably be how the French pronounce the first part of 'decalcomania' (since they invented both the process and the word), which if the google dictionary thing is to be believed, would be approximately d'cal or de-cal, with the emphasis on the 'de' and the 'cal' pronounced as if you were on familiar terms with Calvin. That said, I've never heard any modeller actually pronounce
  12. Really nice job mate Are the decals by Techmod in that boxing? Cheers, Stew
  13. She turned out a beauty Roger, nice work mate Cheers, Stew
  14. Lovely job Roger, looking forward to the RFI 'glamour shots' Cheers, Stew
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