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Joel Abery

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About Joel Abery

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  • Birthday 02/11/1975

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    Portsmouth
  • Interests
    Motocross and guitar.

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  1. update on the exhaust, finally happy. Lol about time haha
  2. What a, well can't think of the words, gorgeous, stunning. Fu..... Brilliant mate
  3. OK, so we have come close to getting ourselves a bike lol, sorry for the time spent but I'm doing things in order with the instructions but changing the things to make it the model I want it to be, I know you all understand. Thanks again my friends
  4. a little update. I'm so glad I went for the chain. It was a pain in the a... but it has that realistic sag
  5. Good stuff but no matter how much you like German aircraft from that time I don't see why you would want to put German decals on a P 51 mustang my friend
  6. i spend a lot of time watching and learning so i wonder what influence people do have on the way we make things and how you find insperation for what you do and the people that inspire you
  7. so sorting the forks, not alot but makes such a difference, (new on the left)
  8. bottom end of the forks out as I have some work to do on them but wanted to show lightning decal on the tank lol. This really is my favourite build and is testing my skills with everything new I try. Thanks for the support my friends. Joel
  9. bottom end of the forks out as I have some work to do on them but wanted to show lightning decal on the tank lol. This really is my favourite build and is testing my skills with everything new I try. Thanks for the support my friends. Joel
  10. couldn't resist showing some of the lightning decals I cut for the Bob "Hurricane" Hanna tribute bike it is going to be
  11. Tamiya extra thin is a must and if you are airbrushing I use mig-ammo, water based and makes things so simple plus you can brush with them no thinning needed but you can if you want. Welcome back and like all of us enjoy and there are plenty of people here as I've found that will give you encouragement and advice when needed
  12. I am going to try to make her looked raced, never tried pigments so that will be a first for me. May just see how dirt from the garden looks. I've been looking at write ups in magazines and may even try some sort of mud splashing that I've seen on rally car models.
  13. getting there, my change of mind from the normal, am doing a Bob Hanna replica. Yet to make some lightning strike decals
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