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  1. Looking superb - as always Happy new year all Nick
  2. TheBaron, Yours is one of the threads that's really showing what can be done in Fusion. As the others have said it is tremendous. And you look like it is fun too! ATB Nick
  3. Nick, You've really opened my eyes about what can be achieved with the requisite skill. Now just need the skill Thanks for sharing Nick
  4. Hi Dan, Just wanted to add my voice to all the others. Awesome to see Thanks for sharing Nick
  5. Sorry to be so slow to respond but as the others have said, it's looking fab.
  6. Hi Pascal It's worse than that... He's building a full car that no-one has ever seen from... nothing with no information apart from 7 photos, and a blueprint of the wrong version of the car using an old dremel, a file and a spoon!!!! Hi Harvey, Still enjoying seeing progress. Even for you the nipples are a new level of detail. Looking fantastic. ATB Nick
  7. And then I read this. Outrageous. Bravo. Definitely going to take up knitting. Nick
  8. I have long enjoyed your threads though never achieve your level largely through impatience and rushing. Your recent post gives me hope. Though if even you can struggle like this maybe the rest of us should just give up! Hope you're keeping safe Nick
  9. Hi Codger, Glad to see you seem to be having fun with this. RvdM has said more than once that is the only reason for doing any of this. For me I just enjoy learning that it's OK to rebuild an upright with a nut, a threaded rod, some toothpick, a flat handle and a good dremel. Oh and I love the colour. Regards Nick
  10. The detail is amazing. I'd not come across this company before. They clearly know their stuff. As do you my friend. Regards Nick
  11. Harvey, Firstly I hope you are,a remain OK in these extraordinary times. I realised something today. The excellence both of your workmanship and photography mean I usually look in wonder at details that have previously only been hazy details on grainy photographs. In doing so it is easy to lose sight of the bigger picture. Today, just before reading Roy's post, I happened to step back and look once again at the whole car. Like Roy, it gave me a shiver. To see such a familiar shape from a novel angle was a joy. Thanks again. To you and all the others her
  12. Hi Sean, Did you translate the article (Google translate is fantastic these days)? It sounds like an eventful trip. Nick
  13. Hi Sean, Glad it was of interest. My dad always felt flying in a Mozzie was much better proposition than Beaufighters or bombers, and as a result, I think, felt a bit of a fraud. Growing up I frequently found myself reflecting on what it must have been like, as a 21 year old, to climb on board and set off in to the blue of a German sky on very long sorties, Many crews were lost, not as many as on other squadrons, but still high enough to surely have an impact on those that were left. Those of us that have not had to serve always felt, I think, that he under
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