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Putty Animal

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  1. Incredibly inspiring and such a beautiful tribute. Congratulations
  2. I'm fine, I swear. I just have something in my eye is all...
  3. Gorgeous work. That last picture above looks fantastic with the Halifax against a neutral background color.
  4. Really inspiring! I just want to kick the tyres and take it up to do battle with some tiny fascists. :)
  5. Brilliant job, I absolutely love it. I think the Bombay is a gorgeous aircraft.
  6. Bear in mind that's a Mk IV, so the colour might have changed compared to the Mk I which incidentally did not have the flared intakes seen in the photos. The images which I have access to show them as straight tubes of a light metal colour in the MK I.
  7. Oh my god. I bloody ache for one of those in my scale.
  8. Beautiful craftsmanship and fantastic choice of subject. Love it.
  9. You hear that? That’s what it sounds like when my jaw drops to the floor!
  10. The bolts on the Blenheim engines are usually brighter steel and picking these out can be a nice detail. Even in 1/144 as seen below they contrast quite strongly. When viewed inside the cowling they gleam like spider's eyes. Fishbed your build is looking brilliant and the detailed pictures are a godsend!
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