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Murdo

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  1. Another absolutely cracking scratch build!!! Sheer genius!
  2. Went away for a while and discovered that Outlook has been dumping a lot of inbound posts from Britmodeller into Spam. Not a happy bunny!!! Also discovered that The Wife has been deleting lots of posts so they weren't "filling up her phone." She has no clue how the internet and email work, it's a seriously dark magic to her. As is "cooking"... ... And "Modelling"... I'm convinced she was a Seagull in a previous life. Sorry! Crack on Kev!
  3. That is really starting to look the part!
  4. Drat! Missed this one! Looking good mate, did you finish it / RFI it?
  5. That's looking very nice. Too clean though, needs some decent weathering and assorted maritime & fishing gubbins added... Or even a seascape? Considering you get a readily available kit with a pretty decent hull, superstructure and parts for little more than a tenner it's perfect for experimenting on. The kit all fits together nicely and with little difficulty and scratchbuilding extras should open up a whole new adventure.
  6. Did the crew row it to the target then swing round and fire the cannon?
  7. Cracking job on that mast!!! It must be pretty fragile.
  8. Naw. It's quite normal on Britmodeller to be honest. Some posts started off with a 1/48 Spitfire and moved on to discussing motorbikes, beards and guitars. It's part of the appeal here.
  9. Sometimes it's just better to put on the shelf for a while till the mojo returns. It usually will, it's just the day, week, month, year that changes.
  10. Lovely work! love that lifeboat and cracking job on that radar tower!
  11. An absolutely stunning result there and in the lovely 1/144! Did you design the heli yourself? I'm getting more and more tempted by these printers but I have the artistic skills of a sheep (a dead one too).
  12. An excellent rendition of a rather fascinating tank! The extras in the box certainly add realism. Don't mention the f*print and nobody will notice it.
  13. Same here. I recently acquired some Micro Krystal Klear so I'll give it a trial too. Trying to build a 1/144 Sopwith pup (when I get the time) and making a mess of it with CA, didn't even bovver with Gator Grip. Funnily enough Kev, my favourite for absolutley clear windows is wimmens nail varnish but it has a seriously bad effect on Acrylic paint (it melts it).
  14. A real cracker! Lovely detail and lovely paint job! I love these tiny 1/144 aircraft and you do a great job of them.
  15. Considering the size of it that's pretty impressive!
  16. He'd happily let me have a go on his new toy but he's in Canada and I'm in Scotland. Okay, started reading The Baron's Sea Vixen FAW post... Only 48 pages? This might take a wee while...
  17. As small as the nautical greeblies on this scratch built 1/350 Ship. The masts / Radars / searchlights / and the loads of ventilators etc. I think I made the anchor windlass of 23 separate parts: The DF Loop Arial sticking out from the front of the bridge: The RHIBs on the main deck: It would be great to be able to just "print" more of these items as many of then are quite common on ships. The model is 7" long
  18. Tis witchcraft I tell you, witchcraft! Nowt good will come of this! To be serious, my brother in law has an Elgoo one and is almost constantly printing stuff on it, he thinks it's absolutely fabulous! I was green with envy and very tempted until I discovered it just won't print stuff small enough for what I want.
  19. An absolute cracker!!! Still can't get over the cockpit glazing you produced here. Stunning work sir!
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