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keefr22

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  1. Wow Ced, that's a fantastic bit of modelling.... ...oh, wait.... K
  2. But to be fair Heather, anything will be bigger than that Skeeter....unless Ced has got a Flying Flee in the stash....!! On the other hand it wouldn't surprise me if he's ordered one of these... https://www.hannants.co.uk/product/GIANT7206?result-token=Wmwho Keith
  3. Cracking little panel Ced - it'll look billiant under a coat of paint! Out of interest I popped into the local Hobbycraft on the way to pick granddaughter up from school (needed some new Tamiya clear colours and some tape) and they have round nose pliers in their valuecraft range for £3.50 - they looked OK to me! (and if you don't mind pink handles they had some in a set of three with different jaws for £7!) Keith
  4. My kind of 'cat....!! Cracking job Tony, lovely paint and weathering, and those nozzle detail decals are genious! I think you could have a market for them! Keith
  5. Ced, for tools like those round nose pliers it's worth a look in Hobbycraft in the beading section if you're passing there - they are a bit more expensive, but you can at least see what the quality is like. K
  6. Lovely paint job hendie, very nice indeed! I never put any nose weights in my jets and they never tail sit. I stick them all to bases! Makes them easier to handle - and you don't have to paint the wheel wells either (not that I'd ever do such a thing...!! ) Keith
  7. Just what I was thinking - especially as a bargain...!!
  8. See Giorgio, I told you that you'd have no problem making a T4 IP - that looks excellent!! The rest of the progress looks good too! I do slightly wonder if you have the instructors throttle pedestal tall enough? Generally throttle levers are around the same height as the stick top? Me too, and like Steve I'll be doing much the same - good tip! Keith
  9. She's an absolute stunner Zac, really beautifully built and finished! Top job! Now saying Spring 2020 release and available for pre-order, I'm trying to resist but it may be futile....!! https://www.airfix.com/uk-en/tiger-moth-1-48.html Keith
  10. Hope you don't mind, but I think it deserves showing off properly as it's a very nice build! Flickr uploads are easy - click on the pic in your photostream and when it opens there's an upward, right facing share arrow to the bottom right of it. Click that and it'll give you a box with the URL for the pic - right click that and copy, come back to your thread and put your cursor where you want to insert the pic, right click and paste. The pic will appear with a message asking if you want to display it as a link instead - close the message and your pic will stay in the thread. HTH Keith
  11. More lovely neat micro engineering Ian, and that's a cracking little DF loop! Keith
  12. That first pic is ace Mike! Lovely little jet, really enjoyed seeing it on Weds, and glad none of that flippin' robot thing fell on it! Keith
  13. Ain't nothin' fancy about my cab, especially after it's carried a few tons of bricks, cement, 4x2's etc etc....!!
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