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  • Birthday 06/07/1994

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    Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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    Mainly military aircraft from WWI to WWII

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  1. Well i've just came across the biggest gap that i've ever seen in a model so you might be right.
  2. Time to live up to my namesake of Models "and Monsters". Years ago I got this kit but I told myself i'd never even attempt it until I learned to airbrush and get good at it. I feel that time has finally come. Halloween has always been one of my favorite holidays and since I won't get to do jack poo-poo this year I might as well spend the month of October unearthing this figure from it's native soil. This is Moebius' Bela Lugosi Dracula in 1/8 scale.
  3. Toronto is becoming a shithole so i'm just looking to get out. Currently looking at places north of TO like Barrie, Innisfil, Collingwood. I actually dream of one day moving to Alberta ironically, unless there's anything you know about Calgary that might change my mind.
  4. Wow, nearly identical. Did you paint yours Gray violet first and then light blue?
  5. My latest build is finished, Revell's 1/72 scale Arado Ar E.555 Amerika Bomber. This one wasn't bad for an older Revell kit, fit together pretty good and had about as much detail as you could fit in that cockpit. This was my first attempt at airbrushing any kind of German WWII camo and I was convinced i'd screw it up but i'm pretty happy with it. This will also likely be my last kit for a while as I may be moving in the near future & don't want to have to pack any more fragile models than I already have to. So until the next one, adios.
  6. If those are the only problem areas then that's nothing. Eduard it is.
  7. Oh so the fitting is only a problem if you aren't displaying the guns? Cause I would have displayed them open anyway.
  8. Very nice job. I do always like to choose Eduard profipack kits cause of the included photo etch and masks but I will have to make a tough decision between the two.
  9. Hola. I was all set to get Eduard's 1/48 Fw 190D-9 (Late Version) until I heard rumors that it was a poor fitting kit. Has anyone built it and agree with that claim? Cause i'm also looking at Hobby Boss' Fw 190D-9 and wondering if that might be better.
  10. I probably should have gone with the Airfix one, but I was in a phase where I hated Airfix and didn't trust anything they came out with but now i'm over it. I will definitely get their Sea Hurricane though.
  11. It's average, not highly detailed and not too difficult, good as a buffer kit between more advanced stuff. It might be slightly overpriced, but that might have just been my local hobby store overcharging.
  12. My next project is complete, the unsung hero of Britain (and the answer to your initiation question), Italeri's 1/48 Hawker Hurricane Mk.I (Battle of Britain Edition). This kit was okay, the detail was adequate, a simpler build compared to what i've done lately but every now and then we need an easier kit.
  13. I just can't figure out your way of uploading photos so here's a link to my latest project, Eduard's 1/48 P-39L/N Airacobra Dual Combo. https://www.pinterest.ca/pin/642044490619537551/
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