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  1. Great update Alistair! Nice work and progress. Cheers Greg
  2. Well done Greg Great to see you making headway with this tricky build.
  3. Great progress Scargsy Looking good with the decals. Cheers Greg
  4. Nice work and progress. After the Gustav this version of the Dora is my favourite Stuka. I'm looking forward to seeing the camouflage going on. Cheers Greg
  5. Hi Stix thanks for the supportive comments. Much appreciated mate All the best, Greg
  6. Cheers Greg Hopefully nearly done by this time next week
  7. Hi again! Latest progress over the weekend has seen the engine joined with the fuselage and the wing flaps fitted. The flaps were tricky and i stuck mine on in two stages. First the length nearest the fuselage to the wing bend and then the last bit assisted by tape and pegs, It looks like a Stuka now, and my next plan is to gloss up for the transfers. Still havent added the yellow to the rudder as im not sure whether to just over paint or rub down and repaint?! Some pics..... Thats it for now, thanks for looking, Cheers Greg

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    Superb collection, nice work mate Greg
  9. Thanks I use humbrol thinners until the paint is the consistency of milk. Two to three coats usually does the job! Cheers Greg
  10. Yeah, I know what you mean Steve The thing is to let the base coat to dry long enough to let the paint harden before putting tape on, then it's Bob's yet uncle! Cheers
  11. Hi Jean, Yep I use Revell acrylics (mostly) and apply with the hairy stick. The RLM 65 is actually from one of my Lidl Christmas Airfix Bf 109 bargains, which was surprisingly nice to use. The starter kits "free" paint from Airfix in the past have been a bit naff but this one worked well. Cheers Greg
  12. Looking good Keep up the great work. Cheers Greg
  13. Wow! that's an imposing looking model. I look forward to seeing some paint on Cheers Greg
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