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SoftScience

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  1. A great build of a great kit, Gary. I have this one in the stash, but I've been holding back, as the decals are shot. Your photos are really inspirational and I may pull this one closer to the top of the stash when I'm done rebuilding my house. Keep the awesome builds and pictures coming, sir.
  2. I enjoyed their DH Vampire (ex-MPM), and I'm currently working my way through the Brewster Buffalo and Barracuda. They are challenging, but fun kits. I'm interested in seeing more about the SMB2. Do you have a work in progress thread?
  3. Beatiful work, you guys. Here is my small contribution: A 1/72 PZL P7a by Arma Hobby. Fantastic kit.
  4. This is the Airfix kit?!?!? WOW!!!! Did you replace the glass with vacuform? If not, then how did you get the frames looking so sharp?
  5. That looks really great! I love seeing older kits like this being built up to the sharp look of more modern models. I had this one during childhood. I hope Airfix puts it on the re-release schedule.
  6. Beautiful Franco-Polish string bag! I can only imagine that aligning that many struts on a short-run kit must have been a nightmare. What was your method?
  7. Wow! "Special Hobby" and "easy kit" usually don't belong in the same phrase. You did a really great job of it!
  8. OH man! This is so good! I love this airplane, and your model looks great. I'm looking forward to seeing more of the helldiver, as well.
  9. Wow! Nicely done. I was just wondering if you were still building.
  10. A Hummel would be nice in this scale. I think Bandai had one in the 70s. But I'm not sure. I've never seen one. There are several StuG III kits, and they're pretty good. I'd love to see a SU-76 in 1/48
  11. How about this? Combined Tamiya Heavy tractor and Italeri's excellent Flak 88 in 1/48 scale. https://www.scalehobbyist.com/catagories/Military_Vehicles/TAM00037027/product.php?gclid=Cj0KCQjws7TqBRDgARIsAAHLHP5go0hPrNX2BmFY9MGF745YNsOohjXKsbm9FgGwod1hwy6w9Auu0jEaAnPsEALw_wcB
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