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Adam Poultney

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About Adam Poultney

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  • Birthday May 8

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    Hinckley
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    V Bombers and World War Two models, primarily 1/72

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  1. Now I continued with weathering. Washes all over the place and some chipping painted in. The radome was drybrushed with downwards grey streaks as this is similar to how I have seen black painted Vulcan radomes weather on real examples. I like this side more The underside is just as dirty as you'd expect. No pitots because I might as well call it a Vulcan B1 since it's a fictional example
  2. Looking very good regardless of the masking
  3. Ooo nice which kit? Mikromir, Kaderl/Lincoln or GWH?
  4. Well here's an idea that I did with a similar project that failed. Maybe a couple of these could be added to the GB https://www.thunder-and-lightnings.co.uk/vulcan/survivors.php And there's a list of surviving cockpit sections. A fictional one is of course an option, as I am doing.
  5. Big oops! I just got one delivered.... XM715 before she got the ifr probe and K├╝chemann carrots me thinks. I might just go with XL189 straight OOB but I think it's going to at least be a bomber rather than Blue Steel as I already have one of those from my first build of this kit.
  6. You're in! Have.... Fun with the Airfix Vulcan? I think we can bend the 25% rule a little if you're essentially rebuilding a model. Maybe you should do both of them Meanwhile: Oops I didn't mean to..... Guess I'll have to build this! (In December at the earliest)
  7. Amazing! One of my favourite Spitfire variants and one of the best builds of the Airfix kit that I've seen
  8. Looks beautiful! Very jealous of that model. I must build more PRXIXs...
  9. You in then? You could always send me the Valiant to build
  10. Good result in the build even if it is a bad kit. I did their 109G10 at the end of last year, my first 1/48 kit, I think these old kits can be built into decent models but should be treated as practice unless you want a challenge
  11. Ah right, 1/72 is more my scale. Any idea what you might build?
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