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  1. That does look well, but my oh my it’s so tiny. Makes me want to dust off my polikarpov sooner rather than later. ( where’s @CedB)
  2. Amazing stuff indeed. Looks like the real thing.
  3. Ah yes, some really nice old school modelling going on, wonderful to watch.
  4. The rigging looks wonderful( a subject close to my heart as I’m trying to build myself up to starting the Taube but still not entirely sure which method or methods to use ) . What did you use for it?
  5. I do have all the old faithfuls in my collection including a spitfire, a mustang , a hurricane and an me109 and I have a spitfire mkXIV in my stash, but yes these days I favour the eclectic.
  6. And then some Although funnily enough they don’t teach any of the more colourful aspects of the Irish language in school, I think I actually know more expletives in French than I do Irish.
  7. I may not be as prolific as @corsaircorp but I do have quite a few builds on the go. Tbh if I can get things down to one shelf ( say a tank, one or two scratch builds and one or two Oob projects, otherwise I just annoy myself with having to juggle too many things) I’ll be happy So I’m trying to be really really disciplined about starting things until I gay there, which is feasible by the end of the year. I may not be as prolific as @corsaircorp but I do have quite a few builds on the go. Tbh if I can get things down to one shelf ( say a tank, one or two scratch builds and one or two Oob
  8. I may not be as prolific as @corsaircorp but I do have quite a few builds on the go. Tbh if I can get things down to one shelf ( say a tank, one or two scratch builds and one or two Oob projects, otherwise I just annoy myself with having to juggle too many things) I’ll be happy So I’m trying to be really really disciplined about starting things until I gay there, which is feasible by the end of the year.
  9. The hind looks great, shamrocks very st Patrick I have a bread making machine I just bung in the ingredients ( my current standby is wholewheat, just oil, salt, sugar, yeast, water and half wholewheat half spelt flour) and its ready in 4 hours. There aren’t many model shops any more and they’re all shut with the current lockdown but even though online is cheaper and has a much better selection of stuff I still do love going into a hobby shop. But like yourself I’ve plenty of stuff in my stash and I also scratchbuild so I don’t really need to buy anything except the odd f
  10. Chipping away. A propeller for the Taube, some interior detail for the Dr1 and the nacelles ready for assembly on the HP, if nothing else I’m determined to finish this one this side of Christmas.
  11. Finally got around to filling, sanding and painting the extended nacelles.
  12. Haven’t really had the bench tone or the concentration to start rigging the Taube, but I did get around to making a propeller, carved from paper laminated together with CA then given a coat of clear orange, just needs a boss and it’s done.
  13. Yes I too was wondering ( and worrying a little ) if @Martian was ok. The forum’s just that little bit too quiet without him. Hope all is well and he makes a recovery sooner rather than later.
  14. Ohh decisions decisions, I’d probably inch towards the gladiator, but only because the Tabloid is my least favourite Sopwith.
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