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About Ozzy

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    Model junkie
  • Birthday 07/01/1978

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    Salisbury (England)
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    World war 2 modelling, and cooking

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  1. Welcome to the GB Glynn, hopefully the 5% remaining will be sorted. Looking forward to seeing your build come together.
  2. Nice looking kit Andrew, they have definitely got more detailed over the years. Nice comparison with your 1/35 kit.
  3. Welcome to the build yetifans, I don’t envy you with those links. You could do short runs of about 6 or 8 and then sand them in a block?
  4. These kits do look nice Andy, I'd have a go with me he zimmermit.
  5. Thanks Stix, the way Dragon have done the suspension, allows modellers with very little pain to shape the tracks around undulating ground. I had been thinking of doing something with the tracks so I was keen to sort a base out prior to starting. below is a picture of the instructions of the layout of the torsion bars, it's these that allow the movment. Thanks Robert, i did glue the suspension in place, as I was worried about the torsion bars falling out. The instructions say not to glue them in, you could leave them free and they would move to fit any surface.
  6. Thanks Glynn, im very pleased with my spot, I've been raiding my mini art spares to give it a little life.
  7. Thanks Badder, the Dragon kits are probably the best to go over uneven ground, as the suspension arms aren’t locked into one position. Which allows free movement, there more of a pain if you keep them straight and level.
  8. Nice start Badder, your weathering looks fantastic.
  9. I see what you mean, slightly disappointing on Dragons behalf.
  10. Nice going RT, I don't know about you but this is my least favourite job.
  11. My least favourite job nearly done, I've used Tamiya's XF 88 Dark Yellow 2 for the Dunkelgelb. Looks pretty good and goes through the airbrush without a drama. the torsion bar suspension dryed just how I wanted the to, a nice curve over the railway tracks. Once all the road wheels are in placed I shall tidy up the rubber paint. i did find 5 brass side skirts that I shall be using instead of the kits plastic ones.
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