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About Jackster

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    WW2, Cold War British Jets, Armour.

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  1. Had to use the alternate button, but donated satis. Thanks for all the great work, fantastic resource! Cheers Kev
  2. I am building this at the moment so loving the content, thank you. I think this is the video mentioned, very good and can be played in slow motion too. https://youtu.be/OnqY8uCbX1I Cheers Kev
  3. Thanks very much for the replies guys. I have decided it is too much work to convert. My mum used to be a conductress and I still have her badge, the idea was to build and display with it next to the model. I may just build the RM but paint it in the local company colours. Call it a what if Cheers Kev
  4. Hi all Vehicle's are not really my strongpoint, so please forgive my ignorance. Would it be possible to convert the routemaster to the AEC Regent 111? Are there a lot of differences? I can see the grill is different, is there any aftermarket available for the Revell kit? Cheers Kev
  5. Fantastic effort Jim, very impressive! Cheers Kev
  6. Excellent finish, very nice kit to build, lots of options. Cheers Kev
  7. Brilliant stuff, thanks for sharing. Cheers Kev
  8. Stunning build Neil, absoloute top notch modelling thouroughly enjoyed the thread and the ingenious ways you have surmounted problems. Fantastic! Cheers Kev
  9. Always in for a Tornado build, is this the Revell IDS? I think it was airframe hours that did the Tornado in the end, we worked them hard.
  10. Thank you for the feedback guys, I have to admit that I was not completly sure about the missiles, I did try dry fitting the pylons a few times but that was the best I came up with. The seam along the top, again I tried, I have used Mr Surfacer, thought I had it ok but it does stand out in the photo. I have finished it now, and am quite pleased with the results so will leave as is, but of course take on all points for my next model. Each one I complete is better than the last and that is what I am aiming for. The most important thing for me is I enjoyed building it. Cheers Kev
  11. Thanks for all the replies, much appreciated. Cheers Kev
  12. Finished pics in the RFI section, thanks to all for a very inspirational build subject, will definitly meet the deadline next time! Cheers Kev
  13. This was going to be my first GB entry in the Year that I was born group build. Time ran away with me and I never managed to finish on time, but here it is at last. This is my fourth model since returning to modelling after a gap of thirty odd years. I really enjoyed making this and found the kit a very nice build. It is my first attempt with an airbrush, first all metal finish and first go at using a Flory wash. The kit is straight from the box, added detail to the seat using wire and foil from a wine cap. Thank you to Paul J for the 111 Sqn Decals Lots of lessons learnt and a very enjoyable experience. Cheers Kev
  14. How about 8 1000lber's on twin store carriers?
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