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The Chief Smeg

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About The Chief Smeg

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  • Birthday 03/12/1969

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    East Riding of Yorkshire
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    Star Wars, Discworld, SciFi and Fantasy.

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  1. The grime on the windscreen is the master stroke for me - yes it flies and hovers, but still needs windscreen wipers - they just add a touch of reality to an unreal project. Awesome - keep them coming!
  2. The pod was always a nice looking scratch build, but that gantry just takes things to another level - cracking little build there.
  3. It was in the comments section on the YouTube link: https://www.amazon.co.uk/JIUY-Portable-Screen-Display-Generation/dp/B087C48JW6/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=jiuy+portable+size+1.8”&qid=1590649129&sr=8-1 apparently it “has the game function, very entertainment”
  4. £5.20 for a 1.8” video screen for models - what a find!
  5. The filthy windscreen is spot on. Love what you have done with the figure too he kind of ties the whole diorama together. I had been wondering if we were going to see a herby paint job on the beetle but that also ended up spot on. Love it.
  6. That’s spot on, been with this one all the way and enjoyed it all (I won’t mention the melted wrist computer though)
  7. Aah, “Better than life”, excellent episode!
  8. Yeah, my son is actually planning to get a resin printer, so I reckon that for the price of a bottle of resin he will let me use it and I’ll let him use you UT cleaner the prints from the SLA printers are superior in termed of surface finish. Cheers @Fletch0311
  9. I’ve seen this same kit, it will indeed require sanding. I bought a lightsaber kit tht was 3d printed And it has required sanding, filler primer, more sanding, primer, more sanding and at the moment is languishing along with a couple of other projects I want to rekindle but don’t have the time for (I’m lucky enough to be actually working during this current situation and I’m self employed).
  10. This looks like it is going to be a very interesting thread; just hit that follow button! welcome to Britmodeller Btw!
  11. What do you recommend for gluing the grass in place?
  12. Andrés, that is fantastic, thank you very much; as you say it is a very easy tutorial to follow and such a simple idea!
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