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Quiet Mike

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  1. Wow, that's a masterclass in model building. Great photography too!
  2. What a masterclass that was, superb skills!
  3. Wow, that is breathtaking! Excellent build and photography
  4. This is a stunning build, I love the subtle weathering
  5. It's good to see the Blenheim in different livery. Excellent build!
  6. That's a lovely little build! I really enjoyed seeing the Shuttleworth one soaring about a few years ago. 1948 EoN primary glider by Mike, on Flickr
  7. There's plenty of far fetched action in Commando Comics too! But as a rule those illustrated by Jose have a more realistic feel to them and elevates them above the pulp. When you add his sublime penwork to the mix it's a winning combination for me. Thanks Jon. Matchbox list that fuselage as 64 Light Grey, so I assume that's a match for Cerrux Grey Don't apologise Adrian, it was sage advice! Scratch building detail no one will see is definitely not something I'd recommend to everyone either. My background as a technical illustrator, low BPM, st
  8. Loving the updates Stew, these are shaping up very nicely. I had the same issues last year finding reference for two bladed props. I came to the same result, but without colour reference I used a dull brown for the leading edge.
  9. Just catching up in this thread. What an amazing build, love the level of detail! I had to double check it was 1/48 and not 1/32 (Which would have still knocked my socks off!)
  10. And in Other News, we are getting on great with our rescue mutt, who was four this week. Happy birthday Skye. Skye by Mike, on Flickr And while I struggle to get motivated to go out on decent bike rides, finding excuses about the weather being to wet, dark, windy or cold far too easily, I've discovered my old Commando comics from the early 80s and I'm really enjoying flicking through them again. I can remember the first one I bought aged 9 1/2, Sky of Flame, and how the artwork really inspired me. (18p, in Bishops Waltham newsagents. The fact I can remember all th
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