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Finnthedude

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  1. The whiskers are a really nice detail. Beautifully done. Finnthedude.
  2. Finnthedude

    Jaffa Cakes.

    I vote for the Lidl ones, the orange covers the whole thing instead of a measly lump in the middle. Has to be Lidl though, the Aldi ones are different. Finnthedude.
  3. These are amazing. I like the idea of this and will have to look into it and have a go myself. Thanks for sharing. Finnthedude.
  4. I built "A Bit o' Lace" sometime in the early '80s. Didn't look anywhere near as good as yours. Outstanding build and great work. Finnthedude.
  5. If you can do that with an ancient kit, I can't wait to see what you do with a modern one in 1/24! Outstanding work, sir. Finnthedude.
  6. I had this kit in the mid 80's and never finished it due to the landing gear collapsing so I got fed up of it and binned it. Yours is stunning, so much so that I want to buy another and try again. Finnthedude.
  7. Just finished "Moby Dick" by Herman Melville. I found it a real slog and had to force myself to finish it. For a quick fix to cheer myself up I'm going to read Pratchett's last discworld novel "The Shepherd's Crown" next. Finnthedude.
  8. Very nice! I'm not brave enough to tackle one of these beasts yet and I admire anyone who builds one, especially to this very high standard. Finnthedude.
  9. It's a beautiful beast, The Emperor would be proud! Finnthedude.
  10. Never seen one of those before, thanks for sharing, it's a beauty. Finnthedude.
  11. Beautifully done and very realistic weathering. Lovely! Finnthedude.
  12. I use Revell Aqua Color as my main paint, both brush and airbrush. I thin it with Revell's own thinner (Revell Aqua Color Mix) but have found in practice that for airbrushing it takes far more thinner than Revell say to use - Revell info sheet says 4x paint to 1x thinner but I find 1 to 1 or actually more thinner than paint. I love these paints but they are very thick, however once you find the right milky consistency you know how far to go with the thinner. This thinner has a delayer built in so drying times are up and this helps with airbrushing I find. I'm only using cheapo Chinese airbrushes and have no problems once paint consistency is right. They settle down VERY well as a brush coat and are a very forgiving paint. They're also very tough and whilst it takes a while to get used to them it is worth it when you finally get it right. Tony Oliver is spot on with the two little tags that need snipping off, they can stop the lid sealing but they're easy to remove so not such a big problem. Finnthedude.
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