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Gimme Shelter

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Gimme Shelter last won the day on March 20 2014

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About Gimme Shelter

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  • Birthday 03/10/1967

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    Wokingham, Berkshire, Great Britain
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    modelling planes or sci-fi

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  1. looking very nice - I never knew she had some blanked off starboard side windows - such attention to detail there - brilliant
  2. that is a super cool kit bash you have going on there - it belongs on Red Dwarf - quite superb
  3. Hi Ian - I now have the 1/144 BA Negus -436 on the go at present - I just need to get my new workshop built and then its back on the bench. I have a set of Shapeway's -400 flaps and slats for it so there shall be plenty of leading and trailing dangling aluminium panels 'flapping' around on the build. It's not on the WIP pages due to a house move but it shall arrive here later on in the year. John
  4. wow - this is a smart and tidy looking build - a what a great job you have done up front with the Milliput too. Such an iconic tiddler from the days of short-haul brilliance. There was always something very special about boarding a 1-11 from the rear steps when headed home from Inverness as a kid. A very nice model indeed
  5. Hi - Sadly these kits got destroyed before being built into a diorama as intended - I had them stored in a box and a filing cabinet fell onto the box crushing all the kits into too many parts for me to then bother repairing
  6. it's great to see this smashing old kit built up and looking nice and retro cool - I remember this kit first arriving on the shelves and is a great blast from the past. I think I personally would get more enjoyment building this old kit as opposed to one of Bandai's CAD CAM generated alternative new releases
  7. A really nice and well build piece of classic Revell plastic - top marks to you
  8. wow that's an amazing build or should I say diorama, and what great photography. Of course man landed on the moon - that's where all the soap comes from, served by the Clangers.
  9. I don't know why I have not stopped to comment on this build before as it is absolute brilliance - luckily I have seen it at a number of UK shows since it's completion and it really does have to be seen to be believed - what a masterpiece and always welcome at Modelfest Kevin. Hoping to see it again this year
  10. great to see the old Airfix kit assembled - a real challenge of a build I seem to remember when applying the roof to those many upright wall panels from memory - and its nice to see it in the BR Seaspeed livery as opposed to Swift and Sure's colours too
  11. wow - what a monster and looking very good so far
  12. what an adorable little tiddler - smashing work there and a great livery. Seeing this prompts me to get on with my Valom 1/48 Aurigny kit top work there
  13. now that's very nice indeed - and a good choice of display base as well - always good to see a built model in action rather than just on its toes sitting on the ground
  14. good progress there - brave you sticking with a clear front set of glazing given the filling and fitting challenges while trying to keep the clear piece clean during the fitting and onward build - I usually use the cockpit decal option myself as I have learned the hard way time and time before. keep up the good work
  15. fantastic cubic modelling in an interesting livery colour scheme - nice
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