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Nick Charnock

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  • Birthday 09/10/1971

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  1. Thanks all, much appreciated Cheers Nick
  2. She looks great, very tempted to start mine now I’ve seen those pics. Thanks for the updates, really interesting background stuff and the details you’re adding are brilliant. Cheers Nick
  3. Great job Joel,especially in that scale, she's got more detail than a 1/350 KGV I did a few years ago! Cheers Nick
  4. Great work and photos Kev, looks very realistic. Cheers Nick
  5. Thanks both, much appreciated
  6. Thanks Foeth, your Hood was and is an inspiration! Cheers Tim
  7. Cheers mate, and thanks for the advice on the uniform cap covers. Thanks Richard, great photo of Royal Oak. Cheers Steve
  8. Thanks for all the likes and comments, much appreciated! Thanks Tony Thanks Beefy - you too mate Cheers Guy Thanks Bitzer Thanks Jamie. I don't really 'do' Facebook but I don't mind at all. The paints and advice you gave on their use were great. Thanks Keith Cheers Geoff, glad you liked the WIP Thanks Kev Cheers Crisp, looking to starting Ark in a bit and using your great build as a reference. Thanks Rob
  9. 1/350 Trumpeter HMS Hood with; Eduard PE Flyhawk detail set which includes Pom Poms and brass main armament barrels, Various resin details form NorthStar including, 4" guns, quad Vickers, bridge equipment, searchlights, HACS, Pom Pom directors and crew. White Ensign resin main turrets Painted in ColourCoats enamels Sea painted in artists acrylics with clear gel medium top coat and cotton wool spray Rigging in Caenis 700 and Uschi line WIP here; Thanks to everyone who followed the WIP and gave advice and feedback Lot's of pics because of the size - mounted on the sea base she's 90cm long! Nice kit, and great as a base to add detail to. Hope you like the pics as much as I enjoyed building her. Few detail shots; Working parties to close the breakwater openings; Same on the quarterdeck to stow the ladders; Obligatory B+W shots; Thanks for looking, any feedback gratefully received. Cheers Nick
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