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gryphon28

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  1. Cheers David, both of yours are awesome in the bigger scale. Really nice paint jobs and attention to detail. Rick
  2. Really nice pair of P47s. They must be huge in 1/32. Are they the Trumpy decs, they have settled down beautifully? I have several Hobbyboss kits of various aircraft and the decals have all been great so far. Rick
  3. Thanks for taking the time to comment guys. Tamiya’s P47 is such a great kit though I did also enjoy putting a Hasegawa Razorback together a few years back. Must give the Academy kit a go unless anyone has reservations?
  4. Cheers guys, she was real fun to build, top notch Tamiya Rick
  5. Thanks for the comment Hairtrigger. For you and anyone else wanting to see the full set of photos I have reposted properly on a newer posting.
  6. Really nice NMF. I have got to get me a 101 but probably a Monogram from all the adverse kit comments.
  7. 2nd post and its Tamiya's excellent P47D. I have a number of built jugs of different flavours but I think I like the Razorbacks the best, they just look so businesslike and lethal. Again this is a mixture of Gunze and Tamiya acrylics. Alclad prop boss as I recall, she's a few years old now. I flattened the tyres and gave her an Albion alloys pitot. She's finished in a semi satin sheen (galleria) as I find that too flat a finish can kill all the effort spend with post shading. Thanks for looking.
  8. 2nd attempt. Hopefully these will show. Modelling is easier than posting .....on an iPad !
  9. I realise what I just did, I think, been struggling with Flickr and the iPad interface. I will try this again later.
  10. Hi there, 2nd post and its Tamiya's excellent P47D. I have a number of built jugs of different flavours but I think I like the Razorbacks the best, they just look so businesslike and lethal. Again this is a mixture of Gunze and Tamiya acrylics. Alclad prop boss as I recall, she's a few years old now. I flattened the tyres and gave her an Albion alloys pitot. She's finished in a semi satin sheen (galleria) as I find that too flat a finish can kill all the effort spend with post shading. Thanks for looking. Rick
  11. Thanks for all the encouragement guys. Appreciated.
  12. Thanks for the enlightenment regarding the Banshee reference. Looking at it with fresh eyes the tyres are in need of a rework. They have nice tread detail and are crying out for some special love, I may break out the pastel shades! If I’m feeling lucky I may give the exhaust a go too. Breathe some new life into the old gal. Thanks all for looking.
  13. Thanks for the comment. Never heard Banshee before in relation to a P40. Gonna look that up tomorrow- bedtime in UK
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