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SPGhost

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About SPGhost

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  • Birthday 02/27/1957

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  • Location
    Fresno CA USA
  • Interests
    Modeling: Modern Jets, Scale: 1/48, Photography, Music, Reading, Hawai'i,
  1. Hi Tony - I imagine your back is getting sore from all the pats on the back! And they are very well deserved. I wanted to comment about the pilots - it just makes a plane more complete when there is a crew filling the 'pit. I can't believe the 3/10ths of a cent cost of plastic is that big a a deal, but it sure helps complete a plane with a crew. Very nice job on the 'Cat! Thom Ream
  2. Nice job Russ, for a helo that never existed... Ha! Like everyone else< I just can't believe you can get that good a finish without using an airbrush. Wow. And your blade droop is amazingly consistent all around - very nice. I did hear though, that the co-pilot was a "Skoal" man, so there should be tobaccy stains out the window! Or maybe he just chewed 'nuts. Thanks for a great job! Thom Ream
  3. I've got to admit that the Typhoon has never been on my "really cool plane" list - until now. Wow, what a great job! I really like the chipping on the leading edges, but the slob of a pilot needs to clean his shoes off before climbing onto his plane! Good effect. Thank you for changing my mind! Thom Ream
  4. Really nice finish on that aircraft, mate! And I know they just kind of float off the ground when they take off, but I always expect to see hugh gouge and scrape marks on the tail feathers. Thom Ream
  5. That Tigercat is just fast sitting there! And a vac-kit, holy cow that's a job. Good work on both, Dad! Thom Ream
  6. Really nice looking jet. One of my favorites! Thom Ream
  7. Very nice job, especially for a brush. And that grass runway looks VERY realistic!!! Thom Ream
  8. Certainly a war-weary beast of burden. I wake up feeling like that most days! Nice job. Thom Ream
  9. OUTSTANDING! And looking so good with no extras - what a treat. I swear I saw one not too long ago that had a kitchen sick and a toilet seat added on... Your kit really looks mean! Grr!!!! Thom Ream
  10. Hi Ian - Thanks for the explanation on the decals. Something I've wanted to do, just being a big chicken. Great-looking model, really captures that older look. Thom Ream
  11. Nice clean lines. I guess they're too new to have much dirt and grime on them, huh? Thom Ream
  12. Great Job Lloyd! Congrats on the awards, well-deserved, young man. Thom Ream
  13. Hello James - Hey, so you don't walk on water - welcome to the club! At least you've done something I haven't been able to do in 30 years... finish a model! I keep getting images in my mind (no, not THAT kind of image...) of a Mona Lisa perfecto model. And when I screw something up, like I ALWAYS screw something up, I test the aerodynamic properties of model airplanes. And take it from me, they're sadly lacking! At least you DID something. Did ya learn anything? I'll bet you did! So good on ya. Keep at it, you're doing better than I am! Besides, that's a real nice photo job. Thom Ream
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