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Julien

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Julien last won the day on July 13 2013

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About Julien

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  • Birthday 01/01/2000

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  1. If you want pictures on the wing then we have quite a few in the different walkarounds; The freightdog tanks are also well worth buying
  2. I know from experience that commercial paint strippers don't touch aircraft paint. Best to use a wire brush and or wet and dry if you want to take back to bare metal.
  3. Article and links here; https://www.odt.co.nz/star-news/star-lifestyle/star-entertainment/museum-puts-collection-military-aviation-history-photos?fbclid=IwAR3IFtDkjzw8zdMO4cuw4oIG35syc3QhW6tEOOmH2gafVg4e6Ztp5E1g-xU
  4. You posted this in the "modern" aircraft section so its not that is it? its a general question on modelling, chat is more appropriate for your question so its moved there.
  5. Not really modern aircraft so moved to chat.
  6. Julien

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    Your thread do it how you want.
  7. I would like to add as a former draftsman both with a pen and later CAD that just because you have drawings / blueprints it does not mean the finished product is 100% to those drawing. Look at BAe they designed the Nimrod 4 wings using CAD from the original drawings, then found they never fitted to the airframes as they were all in reality different. In addition when scaling down for models its not as simple as just scaling down. Things have to be changed and in certain circumstances deviated from to make the model look correct. I have this from good authority from speaking to a model CAD design team. Julien (who still prefers a pencil to a CAD Tablet)
  8. As the real things were not NMF but Aluminium powder in clear coat I would say in this case it looks too dark Im afraid. Julien
  9. I have heard this show is much smaller now and only in on building? Julien
  10. Nice to see those Paveway IIs, but the CAD looks a little off, will have to wait and see the resin.
  11. Yes, we dont allow it and we dont allow links to ebay.
  12. Additional A34 Comet pictures added today; https://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/234918735-comet-a34-tank/ Julien
  13. its an auction so you never know whats it is going to go for do you.
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