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  1. good luck with this beastie! I think this was one of the kits that re inspired me to get back into building quite a while ago. Enjoy the build,I did but even now looking at it on my shelf I wish I'd never painted the creature's dome/cowl...

    May the 4th be with you, always

    indeed, god I love being a geek!
  3. assembly cut? ah, the internet reveatheth!! I never knew why this edition was so different.
  4. very cool. I recently watched alien 3 and found the creature emerged from a dead cow (directors cut?).

    The Orville

    anybody else think that in certain shots , particularly in profile, the ship looked almost squid like.
  6. that's one of the best pieces of model engineering I have ever seen. Its so precise and intricate. The subject is only mirrored by its scale in brilliance. This folks,is the reason why were inspired to do what we do.

    The Orville

    just watched the finale. The whole thing was enjoyable with some belly laugh inducing moments ( Isaac's practical joke) for one. Felt it all became too politically correct though.
  8. That's amazing. Looks bang on to me and the lighting is pure quality.

    What kills a model for you?

    just a couple of things. I completely agree with John and the all consuming floor with small parts. My own laminate floor surface has been knee polished many times for the search of the sprue cutter propelled,detached part. Also the sinking feeling after suddenly discovering just why the finished kit doesn't look right. Example, after finishing the Battlestar Galactica I found an article on You tube that suddenly popped up that I'd never seen before. Yep the alligator head did'nt stand proud of the body and the mod to fix it was a serious piece of sanding. Their finished BSG looked correct and I was wondering about lending an air-rifle to express my frustration to mine. Can't believe such a massive mistake was made with the kit.


    my own regular is Captain Morgan's Spiced rum. A large strait glug to accompany a pint of Abbott ale or with coke. Either way I think its very nice indeed. My old uncle who was in the navy and now sadly passed,used to drink Lambs with peppermint.

    How about a "What makes you happy" thread?

    wow! small world, were on Driveway!

    How about a "What makes you happy" thread?

    Innsmouth (one for all the Lovecraft readers!) or aka Canvey..

    How about a "What makes you happy" thread?

    Abbott ale and a shot of Captain Morgan's spiced rum. Saturday night and a Sunday lay in after another 6 day week. My wonderful wife. A cycle ride in the summer with the afore mentioned missus along the sea wall with a stop off for a bag of chips. Margaret Nolan. Time in the man cave getting the latest kit together. Our Cats.

    What are you reading?

    DSLR for dummies and Iceberg by Clive Cussler..