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About dogsbody

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  1. I know I'm going to burn for this, but what the Hell! Chris
  2. All that's left of my late 60's build. Chris
  3. Just a test, to see if I can post a larger version of your picture. Your image as posted here is 466x350 pixels. The one above that I posted is 640x480 pixels. All I did was go to my Village.Photos account and put the word Lancaster into search. Your pictures were the first ones to show. I clicked on the first one which opened onto a page with a download option. I clicked on that and the image appeared all with nothing else on the page. I then copied the URL code in the bar at the top left of my monitor screen and then I posted it here. Computers are so weird sometimes. Chris
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    Greetings from Western Canada. I'm originally from New Scotland ( Nova Scotia ) in Eastern Canada. Chris
  5. Greetings from Western Canada. Chris
  6. Greetings from across the big water, far to the northeast. Chris
  7. Wow! Nicely done. What kit did you use? One of these day, I hope to get done to Cowtown and see this. Chris
  8. Been there. Done that too. I don't learn well. Chris
  9. So, would I be correct in assuming that is a 1/72 scale kit? Chris
  10. Ham Hands, I understand you and feel your frustration. When anyone starts a new topic ( RFI or an WIP ) they can either put the scale in the title or in the tags space below the title. It's not that difficult. I usually just look at 1/72 WW2 aircraft postings as that's my main interest. If it says another scale, then I may pass it by. On thing that I do now miss that used to be there up to a few years ago, is the date of the first posting. Many times in the last couple years have I opened a topic to read it, only to find it's 10 years old and someone had just found it and clicked like. Chris
  11. I'm mostly a 1/72 aircraft fan and have done some small scale armour in the past and a few 1/35 tanks in the early 80's. Your Comet looks fantastic, especially on that nicely done base. Chris
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