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  1. Thanks, Rossco ^-^ Never too late. I had this one painted up and decaled sitting for years before I redid it. Still wish I had the before and after, because the difference was stark to say the least Gaz
  2. Sorry, could have sworn I'd replied to this oO I remember these though on the JML ads, heh. Hmm, interesting. I have wondered about breaking out my airbrush sometimes to give them a blast, maybe with a little bit of water. Never knew if it would have a major effect. Gaz
  3. Thanks, Vinnie, DeepSea ^-^/ The paints for the figures were (some had camo decals on them previously, but when I did the newer figures, it wasn't wrapping around, so I had to paint most of them a little to match up), if I remember correctly: Mig Ammo Middlestone A.MIG-200 Mig Ammo Red Brown Base A.MIG-913 (think it was this one) Mig Ammo Light Gray Green A.MIG-201 For the vests I think it was Tamiya NATO green, with Red Brown Base, Tamiya NATO Black, and Vallejo Medium Grey 70.987. The faces were a few Mig Ammo flesh tones Gaz
  4. Thanks, Riley ^-^ If I remember correctly, the boxes were by Matho Models. Might be from a few different sets (water/soda) Gaz
  5. Hi all. This here is a culmination of a Bradley kit I got years ago, probably early 2000s, that sat on a shelf as a relatively simple job for the best part of ten years. I sprayed it over with the Tamiya sand can back in the day, added the decals without gloss, and painted the odd bit of detail. No weathering at all. Instead of buying a new kit, I repurposed it. I removed the flaking decals, fully repainted with a more accurate colour. Glossed, applied decals from the original sheet that I retained, sealed and weathered. Crew were repainted, and additional figures from Trumpeter and Masterbox
  6. Thanks John, dogsbody, Bandsaw. lol, bit extreme on a move or chucking I've kept some in these pop up plastic shoeboxes for a while, but it seems lately as soon as anything comes out, instantly coated in dust for some reason I even thought about those little sticky putty things they use for model trains and dusting. If only I could remember what they were. Gaz
  7. Thanks Harry, Ray, Bonhoff. And lol, I've had that issue before with parts getting knocked off, only mine tried to cover it up Gaz
  8. Thanks, Chris, ckw, Colin Yeah, wish the display cases weren't so expensive. But I'll have a go with a brush to see what I can take off. Gaz
  9. So something I've noticed a lot is when I put models aside, they're frequently getting coated with a layer of dust that seems to be impossible to remove. Short of buying one of those £20 Tamiya anti-static brushes (if they come back into stock), is there any other way to remove dust without potentially flicking parts off? I've tried dabbing with blu-tak, makeup brushes, even a keyboard cleaning brush. Nothing seems to truly clean it off Any help would be appreciated Gaz
  10. Thanks, Riley, ralph, Homer ^-^/ Gaz
  11. Hi all. Another submission of a project I finished off a while ago, and had on the go for a loooong time before completing it. 1/35 scale Tamiya M1046 TOW Humvee, dressed up as an abandoned vehicle from the late 90s and inspired by the setting of the original Command and Conquer videogame Thanks for looking ^-^ Gaz
  12. Thanks, ralph ^-^/ Gaz
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