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  1. Hi Great looking model. I have been itching to get one myself. I like especaially the Norway-based markings, not so often seen. Isak
  2. Very impressive, both the beautiful Hurricanes and the historical research. The planes look well used and very convincingly weathered. The background story, photos and figures made it very personal. Isak
  3. Thank you, much appreciated Isak
  4. Hi Very good looking result of a very nice kit. I am building this kit myself now, it is a real joy. Planning on painting it with the same police markings as yours. Hope it turns out as nice as this. Isak.
  5. Thank you. I did ask politely before I took the hair. Isak
  6. Thank you for your encoraging words. Isak
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    Hello from Norway

    Thank you all for welcoming me. Vingtor: Just posted a spitfire with decals from you in the RFI action. Corsairfoxfouruncle: thank you, perfect norwegian. Isak
  8. Thank you, encourages me to build more. Isak
  9. Thank you. The exhausts are indeed rust red under several layers of dry brushed different metallic. Tried to achieve something resemling heated metal. I'm quite happy with the aerials, they are quite strong too Thank you
  10. Hi New member here, this is my second model after a 20 year break. It is modeled after an aircraft from 332 (Norwegian) sq, flown by Alf Widerberg. Decals are from Vingtor, worked great. Built out of the box, added wine bottle foil seat-belts an IFF-aerials made of my wife's hair. Painted with Humbrol Enamels. I made a few errors, such as managing to get the wing walkway line over the upper wing roundels and the light mixed grey turned out almost as light as the medium sea grey, etc. Overall I'm still happy with it Constructive criticism is welcome. Isak
  11. Hi. I have taken up modelling after a 20 year break. It started with me building a 1/72 BF 109 starter kit with my six year old son last year that made me remember how much fun it was. Then i thought it would be fun to try a build on my own and got an airfix 1/48 dogfight double spitfire/bf109 combo and enjoyed building it so much, what a great way to take your mind off everything and just concentrate on the building and painting. I have been reading a lot on this forum and gotten a lot of great tips and knowledge, but now I have joined, thought i might be fun to get some feedback on my models. So later I will post some pics of my recently finished Spitfire in the ready for inspection part of the forum. Isak
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