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About Emu

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  • Birthday 09/22/1962

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  1. I have done this Airfix kit (kit number 9 06004) in German United Nations Colours, but have done the Sikorsky CH-53G version.
  2. Another kit i was given, that i have rescued, the cockpit was already started. It is an Airfix kit, number 06003. I have done The Sikorsky S-65C of The Israeli Air Force, using new decals.
  3. I was was given a box of 2 kit parts in the one box, i just had enough parts to make a Royal Navy Lynx HAS 2, i was given some decals by a fellow modler I Emu
  4. Thanks for all you kind comments, Aircraft is out of my comfort zone however it seems that these are ok, so I will proceed with another helicopter now.
  5. I fully understand that the pictures are dark, however now that we have summer hours coming soon, I intend to take more photos this time outside so it should look better as I have done these on a base now too
  6. Just completed Airfix 1/72 SA.341 Gazelle, this became a tail sitter hence my homemade stand IMG_6462 (850x567)[ IMG_6466 (850x567)[ IMG_6469 (850x567)[ IMG_6470 (850x567)[/ IMG_6473 (850x567)[/ IMG_6475 (850x567)[/ IMG_6478 (850x567)[/ IMG_6479 (850x567)[/ IMG_6480 (850x567)[/ IMG_6489 (850x567)[/
  7. Airfix 1/72 MBB 105 C, built out of the box IMG_0492 (850x638) by [url=https://www.flickr.com/photos/156414905@N05/ IMG_0493 (850x638) by [url=https://www.flickr.com/photos/156414905@N05/ IMG_0494 (850x638) by IMG_0495 (850x638) by [url=https://www.flickr.com/photos/156414905@N05/ IMG_0496 (850x638) by [url=https://www.flickr.com/photos/156414905@N05/ IMG_0497 (850x638) by [url=https://www.flickr.com/photos/156414905@N05/ IMG_0498 (850x638) by [url=https://www.flickr.com/photos/156414905@N05/ IMG_0499 (850x638) by [url=https://www.flickr.com/photos/156414905@N05/ IMG_0503 (850x638) by [url=https://www.flickr.com/photos/156414905@N05/ IMG_0500 (850x638) by
  8. Figures are various from Tamiya from my spares box. The chaplain was built using various parts from my spares. The wall is scratch built using a form u lay mould to cast the wall. Various scenic materials used and the tree scratch built, boxes, crates, pamphlets etc. along with the animals are all from my spares box Inspired from the book with the same title by Rev Tom Wilson I have tried to represent a scene showing a short service by the padre, just behind the front line 1/35 scale I I
  9. I was contacted by Tom Wilson and was asked if i could make a diorama for him. For those of you who don't know Tom, he has written a book called 'No Guns, Just God's Glory' it is about the chaplains who were killed in the battle for Normandy. So here is what i have produced for him, i hope it comes across ok. For your information 3 Canadian, 8 American and 21 British Chaplains were killed in the battle for Normandy. Kits used were Tamiya figures, but i scratched built the Chaplain from various spares bits of figures, i also made his case. The wall was scratch built using a form u lay mould along with the tree and the base, the graves are from Great North Road. I will now be building another one for myself for the show circuit now, same ideas but different animals etc. Scale 1/35 IMG_6153 (850x567) IMG_6154 (850x567) IMG_6157 (850x567) IMG_6164 (850x567) IMG_6178 (850x567) IMG_6181 (850x567) IMG_6183 (850x567) IMG_6184 (850x567) IMG_6187 (850x567) IMG_6201 (850x567)
  10. The building is from Great North Roads one half of the cottage, time wise I scratch built the roof myself hours I think for the whole thing including the base around 60-80 hours from start to finish, maybe a bit longer. Thanks for all your comments if you want I can put up photos on how I made the roof tiles etc emu
  11. The kit I got when I first took up the hobby and I put it on the shelf of doom, as I felt I was not experienced enough however the kit went together ok, the figures are dated but with a bit of work you can get them to pass, I would build another one when I can get my hands on one
  12. Thanks, I did not forget to include the cow pat, if you are looking for it it is the brown cow who produced it!
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