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Spitfire31

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  1. A really convincing, great looking pair of Spits – drooping elevators and all! Kind regards, Joachim
  2. A superb trail blazing Dragon, and a very effective display, thanks to its simplicity and lifelike figures! Beautiful work. Kind regards, Joachim
  3. Excellent looking Thunderstreak! Maybe you should consider weeding out almost identical photos before posting – 32 pics is a bit over the top, IMHO. Great modelling! Kind regards, Joachim
  4. Almost incredible modelling in the so-called gentleman's scale! Kind regards, Joachim
  5. My heart beats faster as soon as it comes to RF versions, and this one is a real beauty! Superlative modelling. Kind regards, Joachim
  6. Beautiful IAR 80! And the first four photos really show her to best advantage. Most excellent modelling and photography! Kind regards, Joachim
  7. A marvellously refined model, with a silky smooth finish rivalling the best I've seen (not to mention, never coming even close to produce, ha, ha). Superb work. Kind regards, Joachim
  8. That first photo makes a mighty impression! Enviable standard of modelling. Kind regards, Joachim
  9. A remarkable Skyraider! The subtle enhancement of the panel joints looks just right to this pair of eyes. You still don't seem to mind applying skin oil to the finished model. It will be visible eventually… Kind regards, Joachim
  10. Nice model, and interestng – I never heard of the 'Thunder', so thank you for widening my horizon! Kind regards, Joachim
  11. Very neat looking Spitfire! It's obvious from the amount of grey space in your photos, that your camera is usually set up for 1:32nd scale. Meaning, I wouldn' have minded some closer shots. Kind regards, Joachim
  12. Superb Elctra! When I see models like this, I really wish that I were passionately interested in civil aviation… Kind regards, Joachim
  13. Beautifully created spitfire with such a schmooth and realistically weathered finish. And I do appreciate those slightly offset elevators… The third photo with the standing pilot is, in my eyes, a work of art. Kind regards, Joachim
  14. What a Phabulous Phantom! It looks, well… real! Top class modelling, with an artist's eye for weathering. Kind regards, Joachim
  15. A most excellent model! And extra interesting to me, since I'm very interested in PR ships but didn't even know there was a PR version of the F-86. Kind regards, Joachim
  16. Beautiful modelling! And extra kudos for reasonable size and number of pics… Kind regards, Joachim
  17. Nice Dog! Great finish. It looks much larger than the scale indicates. Kind regards, Joachim
  18. Fabulotastic modelling! Pure museum quality throughout. Kind regards, Joachim
  19. Marvellous modelling! Nothing like scale 1:1… Kind regards, Joachim
  20. Excellent Spitfire build and finish! One thing, though: you'd better get rid of the ugly stick on top of the rudder and the aerial. The Mk V and following marks had VHF radios and the antenna was integral to the antenna mast, so no wire. Kind regards, Joachim
  21. Superb Skymaster, with a finish that the lesser of us only dream of. Kind regards, Joachim
  22. A beautiful Banana, and the extra details really make it come alive. The Vertol 44 (ex-Piasecki H-21) Flying Banana was the first helicopter in the Swedish Defence Force, with nine hkp 1 (Helicopter 1) serving with the Swedish Navy (Marinen) from 1958 in the roles of SAR, transport, mine clearing and anti-submarine work. The hkp 1 could take on board 20 fully equipped soldiers or carry 2 metric tons of cargo. Thanks to flotation gear, it could land on water. The photo above was probably taken during a demonstration. Kind regards, Joachim
  23. Very neat Jug! About the decals, I suppose they printed them like that since showing swastikas is illegal in Germany, even on a model. Nice work! Kind regards, Joachim
  24. Very good looking Thunderjet in its Danish livery! Kind regards, Joachim
  25. A very serviceable Emil, well kept but definitely in use. A very convincing build! A drop of dark grey paint on the open front end of the exhaust sheaths would make it perfect. Kind regards, Joachim
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