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woody37 last won the day on June 1 2020

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  1. I just used the etch set. Once the cowl is on, you won't see much.
  2. The turret interiors on early production aircraft appeared to be silver, only later did they become black, but not sure when.
  3. A quick n easy method is cutting small discs of silver solar trim out (sticky backed plastic film) and painting each with one of the Tamiya clear colours.
  4. Thanks Mark. Glenn is quite active on Facebook too, I appreciate not everyone is on there. Thanks Mike, I did some experimenting with the paint technique on EM-R to create an illusion of surface rippling (can't remember the correct word lol!). Yes, the Blackbird one is definitely worth holding out for. There's a few things to watch out for, however. I had to modify the upper section of the main gear to fit within the nacelles. I took a 'slice' out of the middle between the legs and bent them in. As it's all inside the gear bay and black, it's fine and isn't as drastic as it sounds. I think I took a pic in the WIP build too. Maybe he'll do a 1/48 set to fit to the HK Lanc, that would be heavenly! Cheers Neil
  5. That's stunning, hard to gauge the size due to the amount of detail and workmanship in it, but we know it's tiny
  6. No, I left it as is. No other reason other than not wanting to faff around cutting bits out! Thanks mate, I have done this week, there's a few sitting in boxes that would fit in well with their display
  7. Superb modelling and superb photo's Rod. The paintwork really brings out the cockpit detail.
  8. Stunning Russ, great to see some lesser known markings adorning a Mossie too
  9. Wow, thanks for all the kind comments. The bench has been a bit quiet lately with real life and work killing the mojo a bit. Thanks Neil
  10. Thanks guys Bertie, the HKM one looks damn nice if you do.
  11. Wondering if they could be scratch built using some shrouds from a Lancaster kit with grooves cut into them and the leading / trailing edges rounded off?
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