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Courageous

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  1. Courageous

    USS Sealion LPSS-315 in 1/350 scale

    The raised deck, high or not, looks good. A subject that as you say, is a little different and looks rather cool. Stuart
  2. Mind boggling stuff John, excellent work. Stuart
  3. Great job. Are their any advantages of marking the vacform inside or outside before cutting out? Stuart
  4. As you say 'a chubby little fella'. Lovely job, as always. Stuart
  5. Courageous

    MTB 74 in 1/72 scale.

    A very interesting looking boat with a rather unusual layout with those tubes forward. Love the paint job. Stuart
  6. Rigging looks gorgeous, most probably done by spiders. Stuart
  7. Courageous

    Vosper Perkasa to Brave Borderer ?

    Yep, I'll be watching for this too having acquired the kit earlier in the year. Stuart
  8. Courageous

    New Ship Related Releases

    PM sent. Stuart
  9. Excellent work, just shows what can be achieved with these kits in such a short time. Stuart
  10. Indeed...you'll sort it. Stuart
  11. Looks like the kit hasn't given you too much trouble. Looking good, will look even better with a primer on. Slipper tank adage looks cool. Stuart
  12. Courageous

    Hawker Typhoon Mk.1b Car Door Hasegawa 1/48

    A good start Roger, cockpit looking rather smart. Stuart
  13. Courageous

    Hobby Boss 1/72 Hawker Typhoon.

    Change of 'avatar'? Stuart
  14. Courageous

    MiG-15 (Dragon, 1/72)

    Lovely. Stuart
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