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Gordon J

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    Building mostly British WWII aircraft and armour.

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  1. I can only echo all the complimentary comments above. A beautifully finished Hurricane. And Spitfire. And Defiant. I have the AIrfix Hurricane and Defiant in my stash and after seeing this I have a strong feeling they will both be coming out soon.
  2. Stunning model and some great photographs. Your extra stowage items are very well done with obviously the most important piece of equipment being the traffic cone! You wouldn't really want to go into battle without one.
  3. A beautifully built and weathered model and some gorgeous photographs. Love it.
  4. Well done on your lockdown kits, you've certainly been productive and I love the scheme on your Panther. I laughed at your description of what constituted weathering in the early 80's.
  5. A real stunner of a model. I love the weathering and and your home made accessories and the early British colour scheme looks great.
  6. Really stunning model and I too am wondering how you acheived all the chipping and weathered effects.
  7. I have literally just started this self same kit and your model is a real stunner. Love it. Can I ask though, Did you have problems with the fit of the engine cowl inserts? Did you replace the exhausts with an aftermarket item?
  8. Really stunning bit of airbrushing on your model. Even though I have an Iwata HP-CH airbrush that is one of those schemes that I would avoid like the plague. You've created a stunning Gladiator. Love it.
  9. It is a funny dumpy looking aeroplane but you done a great job on it. Shame that after all your work the engine parts were hidden from view on the finished model.
  10. Really beautifully built and painted model. Absolutely love the subtle weathering.
  11. Lovely model and I think you are approaching things correctly by scaling back to do things you actually finish.
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