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About Booty003

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  • Birthday 06/30/1973

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    Cheshire, UK
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    Aircraft - Plastic and Diecast
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  1. That is a fantastic build and very nicely finished. I have just started one too so know the kit well. I have opted for in-flight though, pinched a couple of pilots from the spares box and used putty to fashion the correct helmet. I hope mine looks as good when it's finished. Phil
  2. The price is very high for what is a relatively small kit. You can pick up the Airfix kit for sub £10 in places. As someone has mentioned, Eduard would make a killing releasing the Fujimi kit with a load of extra goodies. So many stunning schemes to choose from. Can anyone give them a nudge....!!
  3. Hi Colin,


    I am after the A-4C resin nose sets that you used to do.  I have a stash of Airfix A-4B kits that are begging for an upgrade!  Any chance that you will be producing more of them?





  4. Superb mate. I have this one and a 1/72 version in the stash which will look quite smart displayed together.
  5. A splendid looking beast. Great work.
  6. Just airbrushed Tamiya acrylics for the first time. Added a good splash of their own thinner into the jar and mixed well before using. I am very, very impressed. No paint splatter, tip drying, clogging or anything. I think I'm in love.... My local model shop has the full range of Tamiya (jars and rattle cans), Humbrol, Vallejo Model Air and Colour so I am spoilt for choice. Cheers for the heads up Bill. Phil
  7. Superb Val, absolutely superb.
  8. Fantastic. Lufty night fighters have a terrifying beauty about them.....!
  9. Cheers Bill, much appreciated. I'm now heading off to my local proper bricks and mortar model shop - awesome place in Widnes.
  10. That is one smart looking Spit, splendid stuff.
  11. Very smart. I do have a soft spot for the G91, its a lovely looking plane. Which Tamiya colours did you use for the camo? Phil
  12. It would of been very nice to have a 1/72 Command Module so that you could make a nice diorama. Pretty much like the Corgi die-cast version.
  13. That, Sir, is incredible. Have been following your WIP thread and have been blown away with the detail and careful additions that you have used. The end result is magnificent and a million miles away from the standard kit. I am just upset that i have one in the stash that will never look as good as that.... It's been a great journey and superb end result. One to be very proud of buddy. Phil
  14. Wow, another super build Luiz. Love the cockpit and extra detail. Your painting of the canopy is flawless - did you use a pre-cut mask? Phil
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