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Angelswake

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About Angelswake

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  • Birthday 05/21/1997

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  • Gender
    Female
  • Location
    Southampton
  • Interests
    Flight simulator enthusiast, Air cadet and a fond modeller (when given the chance)
  1. After a long time being silent, I thought i'd return and share a few images from a recent visit to the land of flat, Lincolnshire! I went there on a week break and for a slightly special occasion and visited the likes of East Kirkby and Newark(on-trent) air museum. I am a black and white person and always exploring types of editing. I really do hope you enjoy them! Firstly, Newark Air Museum: Avro vulcan XM594 from the left side rear: XM594 from the right side rear: XM594 from the wing on the right side: XF369 Vickers Varsity Bristol Hercules Engine showing its detail: ZA176 A Harrier FRS2 showing her tail (famously went missing): XP226 Fairey Gannet AEW.3 with the bumble bee/wasp marking on her nose cone spinner: XS417 English Electric lightning T.5 showing engine cone intake: XN964 Blackburn Buccaneer S.MK.1 from wing on left side: 61912507006 "71", MiG-27K 'Flogger' from the front: 024003607 “07” MiG-23ML (background) and 61912507006 "71" MiG-27K (foreground): Now East Kirkby: NX611, 'just-Jane's', pilot waves after another successful taxi run (with passengers onboard) NX611 closer image up to her nose showing the airwork of 'Just Jane' riding a bomb: (My Personal Favourite) NX611, Avro Lancaster B MK VII, 'Just Jane' and another relic; UW7644, a 1929 Bentley numbered '3'. the pair look gorgeous together, don't you think?:
  2. Thanks for the feed back, the other choice(s) was to finish the westland whirlwind (helicopter) or another harrier (i think) I have another build that i hope to start too which is the Airfix Sea Vixen 1/42(?) Its a shame this model got broken by accident, but hoping all pieces can be fixed back together (fairly clean breakage) Results of the comp, if i can aquire them, will be published soon if you would like to know them. i appreciate the replies, fellas! Many thanks
  3. Okay, first model done in three days. Boyfriend gave me a choice and gave me this as one of them, i'm pretty proud of the outcome. I entered this for a cadet competition but still unbeknownst of the results however, this model unfortunately suffered a break up on its way back from the competition premises. Appologies for the picture quality as it was taken with a phone, but i'm sure you'll be able to see enough.... Heh ^^ (its in current refix) Painted with brushes, weathered with dry brush, plugs are home made with paper, fishing string and markers, base with paints, markers and wood Enjoy, F/SGT Kelly
  4. Bournemouth Air Festival is an annual event in the south of england as many of you may know. It has become increasingly popular over the past five years especially with 'holiday' makers especially when the sun is out. I thought i'd share with you a few snapshots of the two days I spent there: (images are saved on my deviantart.com account) Chinook HC.2 ZH777 (flew on this girl on my first cadet flight) Douglas Dakota of the RAF on her turn away from the beach. Westland Merlin of the RN, showing off the radars on her belly Westland Merlin slinging a precious load, the winchman was a bit cheeky on this occasion. Only eight appeared last year after one of the members welcomed a new baby girl into the world. Again, a broken diamond formation as only eight managed to turn up to the festival. A famous duo of the Battle of Britian memorial flight Victorious V-Bomber, Vulcan XH558 climbs out on her 'howling' engines. I hope you like them, any feedback, as long as it is not abusive (i hope) is welcome. enjoy
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