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wingnut

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  1. wingnut

    Tony Soprano

    Thanks. I hope he would have appreciated it
  2. wingnut

    Tony Soprano

    Bought this 1/6 Tony Soprano figure a few years back. Its one of about 30 made before the mould collapsed, great fun to paint, thought I would share it 33120357_10216532219204768_466169329331732480_o by Dave Oliver, on Flickr
  3. I used the Hataka early Israeli jet paint set. I look forward to seeing your finished model
  4. Thanks It's a very well produced kit, minimal air bubbles and a high degree of detail. Had to add rivets and the fuselage halves come in two sections which is a little unusual. If you've built any limited run resin kits before, it should be a pretty straightforward build...
  5. Thanks. A bit obscure, but an interesting aircraft
  6. Finished this resin kit last summer. Quite an obscure aircraft, looks like the French lovechild of a MiG-15 and a F86 Sabre DSC_1558 by Dave Oliver, on Flickr DSC_1563 by Dave Oliver, on Flickr DSC_1590 by Dave Oliver, on Flickr Build article is in this months Airfix magazine
  7. Thanks The ramp was made from wooden coffee stirrers
  8. Thanks for all the positive comments.
  9. Finished this little resin kit last year, went together really easily for a limited run kit. Scratch built the test bed. The build article and history feature is in this months Airfix magazine. 19-DSC_0932 by Dave Oliver, on Flickr 12-DSC_0924 by Dave Oliver, on Flickr 15-DSC_0927 by Dave Oliver, on Flickr
  10. wingnut

    1/35 Thunderbox vignette

    Thanks for the positive response. It was a fun little build. Good to build a bog standard kit, Ahem
  11. thanks for all the positive comments, nice to know its appreciated
  12. Thanks. The MiG-23P was a high altitude interceptor so I assume that's why they wear the suit. These were the standard colour apparently, usual problem building Soviet subjects, finding correct colour references
  13. Thanks. Nice to know all the hard work is appreciated.
  14. wingnut

    1/35 Thunderbox vignette

    I was wondering that. Thanks btw
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