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Spitfire31

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  1. Readily reconizable as a Tempest, and then some! Excellent archaemodelling (is that a word?). Kind regards, Joachim
  2. Very neat Mossie! I'd only question the massive "wear'n'tear" on the prop blades, considering the more or less pristine condition of the airframe… Kind regards, Joachim
  3. A splendid illustration of the Latin saying: Nihil Sine Labore – nothing without labour. And here you have really created something! Most impressive. Kind regards, Joachim
  4. A truly excellent Gladiator in all respects! Kind regards, Joachim
  5. A great Sea Hurricane, looking real and authentic! Kind regards, Joachim
  6. Stunning detailing and very convincing overall. 1/72nd, you say? Amazing work. Kind regards, Joachim
  7. What an amazing tour de force – a work of art with few equls in these pages. Inspiring and humbling, at the same time. Kind regards, Joachim
  8. Beautiful Seafire! All spic'n'span as beoves a Navy bird. Relly nice work! Kind regards, Joachim
  9. She looks ready to fly away! Impressive modelling. They're awesome beasts IRL. We had two of them making a very low level pass over our balcony in Dushanbe, Tajikistan, some years ago. You feel very small… Kind regards, Joachim
  10. Excellent Dora, weathered just right, IMHO. Nice work! Kind regards, Joachim
  11. Magnificent piece of modelling - she looks authentic. Kind regards, Joachim
  12. Fabulous Swordfish, with just the right level of weathering to look 'lived in'! Kind regards, Joachim
  13. Is it an r/c model?? Looks great, anyway. Kind regards, Joachim
  14. This must be one of the most impressive posts ever to grace these pages! A colourful story of a crazy event I haven't heard of, and two of the most wonderful scratchbuilds I've ever seen. The wings actually look as if they are covered framworks. Was that how you attained this totally convincing portrayal of fabric covered structures? Thank you for sharing these masterpieces! Kind regards, Joachim
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