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Pastor Rich

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  1. Hello, Peter! Last night it occurred to me, "I wonder what Peter is up to these days? Might he be inspiring to something new?" A quick search, and, "Yep!" Glad to see your juices flowing again and looking forward to following your progress. Welcome back and may the wind fill your sails! PR
  2. This is where the rubber meets the runway. Building bulkheads will be proof of the pudding as to the proper shape of the kit fuselage. I hope they are a match! Thank you so much for sharing! PR
  3. Greetings All, A quick update that I am still of this earth although not working on the Tutor as of late. (I have enjoyed working on a Hobbycraft CF-100 though!) Work has kept me away from the Tutor as I have been busy replanting of a local church. Scratch-building a church as it were! : ) Some of you have contacted me on broken image links. I closed out one of my domains that also happened to host images to this blog...thus the broken images you've likely encountered. Enough has changed in the specifications of this build that I am tempted to start the builder log over again. Will be considering that as I carve out a new workspace for myself and create bandwidth in my schedule for a little fun! Glory 2 G-d! (G2G) Pastor Rich
  4. Wow! Looking good!! Great to see you enjoying some progress! Thank you for sharing Tom!! PR
  5. Question: Aren't the outboard pylons shaped differently than the inboard pylons? Especially the trailing edges? Sorry I don't have drawings to share the detail at the moment... Great progress Tom and looking good! Your challenges are certainly enough that it makes this build very interesting! They get me thinking about how to solve these problems too. Your choice on the colour scheme is one of my favs! [cue sound of applause coming from the Peanut Gallery] PR
  6. We're with ya Tom! I'm still having a hard time clearing space in my day to work on my project. Right there with ya boss!
  7. Looking awesome Iain! I too am an old hand at CorelDRAW and have some etch to work-up for a project. Interesting idea to see if Peter can vet my work before sending it off! Happy New Year! PR
  8. Hi Tom, Awesome project! I'll be stopping in regularly!! I have some reading to catch-up on with this project but it looked like you were considering suggestions on how to finish it. I started a B-52H project in 1:144 that was to be a primer for a 1:72 B-52H of the following... Here is an article on the AVIATIONIST on the anniversary of the flight... https://theaviationist.com/2014/01/11/b-52-no-tail/ Here is a video discussing the mission... The aircraft was in a very colourful finish at the time and is visually interesting. It is also a unique, historical event. Very interesting and a monument to professionalism and excellence in aviation in the face of everything going wrong. Cheers! Pastor Rich PS> I find it very interesting that Boeing was flying this mission with AGM-28's
  9. HAPPY NEW YEAR 2018 May the Lord bless you and keep you this New Year and beyond!
  10. All, Thank you for the gift of sharing your photos and resources this past year. It has been both a blessing and a privilege to be a part of the creative process with you. Thank you too for taking interest in this creative endeavour and thanks to BRITMODELLER.COM for maintaining this space that we may meet. Grace and peace to you this Christmas and throughout the New Year 2018! The CT-114 has a long way to go but 2017 has been very fruitful in gathering steam in collecting photos and original factory data on the Tutor. Special thanks to the staff of the CANADIAN AVIATION AND SPACE MUSEUM (CASM) for your hospitality and professionalism. I can't wait for my next visit to you in the New Year 2018. Merry Christmas to all and to all a Good night, Pastor Rich
  11. Peter, Thank you for the gift of sharing your artistry and talent this past year. It has been both a blessing and a privilege to be a part of the creative process. Thank you to all who share in that process and thanks to BRITMODELLER.COM for maintaining this space that we may meet. Grace and peace to you this Christmas and throughout the New Year 2018! Merry Christmas to all and to all a Good night, Pastor Rich
  12. The beauty of watching you work Peter is that you make the most out of simple things. 3mm card as the core with brass trailing edges. Balsa sheathing with hardener. Awesome stuff and inviting as materials for anyone to get their feet wet! Brilliant as usual!! PR
  13. So, Peter? How was the Firefly received at Telford? Any good photos to share?
  14. Peter, I had NO DOUBT IN MY MIND as to the outcome of this contest. It was just a feeling and not knocking the talents of so many other dedicated hobbyists. Being at such an event is a win. Taking home trophies is a bonus for which in your case, is very well deserved! Well done and congratulations! PS> The Czech award is no surprise either as she was based on an HpH core is she not? A nod perhaps to that which lies beneath the skin?! PR
  15. I just got back from Ottawa where I got to see the Lancaster in the Canada Aviation and Space Museum. The Lanc is huge! And the Shack is even bigger?? WOW!!! Very impressive work on the rudders. Done to perfect effect! I hope you have a safe trip to Telford!! Cheers, PR
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