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chrisbob12

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  1. I second John Masters' comment about the burnishing. In the photos it really does get the ball over the net. Yes, it could benefit from refinement, but it really does communicate the finish.
  2. I particularly like the expressive face of the flight crew! Quite an achievement at that scale.
  3. That is lovely! Thank you so much for sharing this work with us; every photo told a story worth following.
  4. Only just found this post. The initial sequence of photographs was its own little journey. Some of it looked like a film set - I couldn't tell what scale it was. Stunning work. Thank you for sharing it with us.
  5. OMG you've just proved to me that 1:144 is a viable scale. Am knocked out by what you've posted,
  6. Nicely done and made me chuckle.
  7. Very smart result! Thank you for posting this. I found the photography and background oddly evocative as well.
  8. Glad to see the photos fixed for this; well worth the wait, and thank you so much for sharing how you got the NMF, it really does look the part.
  9. Excellent result! I'm taken with the figures - is it my imagination or do they have a bit of character? Where were they from?
  10. Great result! I think the paint finish lifts it to a whole new level.
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