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About spruecutter

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  1. What a great set of pictures. Thanks for sharing, Andy. Bring your laptop next time you come to the next model club meeting.
  2. Very nice work. I agree with your description of 'lethal elegance'. She looks very purposeful.
  3. What a great makeover. You have taken the model to the next level.
  4. Very nicely done. Yellow is always a challenge.
  5. Excellent finish and an interesting scheme. What make are the decals. Do they come with the kit or are they produced by an independent company?
  6. Very, very nice - I really like what you have done. Smart looking scheme.
  7. Very nicely done - a fine looking machine. The weathering is very subtle and realistic. Not one overdone pre-shaded panel line in sight!
  8. Beautiful work - I am sure it made your Dad's day when you presented it to him.
  9. Excellent scratch-build and I enjoyed looking at it on the Airfix stand at Telford. Hopefully the recent BBC documentary on the Queen Elizabeth and the F-35 trials will have boosted interest among the general public.
  10. Beautifully done! Great attention to detail and finishing skills.
  11. Beautiful build, Craig. She looks really smart. 10 out of 10 from me. Cheers Richard
  12. Very nice! It would be interesting to see a picture of the original "glue bomb" if you have one to hand.
  13. What a beautiful model! Excellent scratchbuilding skills.
  14. It's not easy to see in the photo but the ladder is on the pavement behind the fire truck. They might have a problem however as it's not going to be long enough - so they will probably need to resort to the idea of tempting it down with a nice bit of Wensleydale! I put the ladder on the ground as it was hiding the tool set and I wanted people to see the various bits and pieces.
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