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  1. The picture in post #178 is visible on my android phone. Such a shame most of the rest aren't, I'd love to see this one coming together.
  2. I have an idea that they make a tool specifically for that task, but given that you're clearly acheiving excellent results with the bench sander you're probably wise to avoid investing in specialist equipment for now. Really enjoying this build, its the kind of modelling that I'd like to be doing myself, if I could sort myself out and make the time.
  3. When you think about it, waterline depictions of submarines has potential for some very lazy modelling indeed...
  4. Pub malt. Try a Glenlivet, 16 yr old. I'd join you, but I've been off the sauce since June.
  5. I'd second Etienne's and Mad Hatter's comments - I'd ratherlike to know how this turns out. If you won't post any more here, perhaps you could post a link to the thread on the Military Modeller site?
  6. Those US marines, they do like their crème-brulees. Earlier, you asked for suggestions for alternatives to PVA glue for attaching the paper templates to the wings etc. You could try searching for repositionable spray mount adhesive. It comes in an aerosol can and when sprayed on the back of a piece of paper it makes it tacky, like a post-it note. 3M make some, but don't confuse it with their spray photomount adhesive, which gives a strong, permanent bond.
  7. There's a WIP in armour, using professionally printed parts. The modeller (Wogga) has designed most of the parts himself using CAD software, but bought an off-the-shelf 3D plan for a jerry can. Quality of the parts is stunning, but definitely not home printer stuff: Long Job - FV439 Royal Signals Radio Relay with some 3d Printing
  8. I like the photography - the low camera angle really puts you in the scene.
  9. I don't know if it's any use to you, but the Tangmere museum website has a virtual tour of the Canberra cockpit: http://www.haraldjoergens.com/panoramas/canberra/files/
  10. Now where have I seen something like that before? Hang on...
  11. Scratchbuilds are always my favourite builds to follow and this one is unique. Looking forward to seeing the next post. Happy Christmas!
  12. NMF or not, I'm very keen to see how this develops.
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