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About redcap

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  1. Thanks for the reply Graham! Gary
  2. Lovely finish on the ADC Gloss Grey - what paint did you use please as this looks spot on and in scale? Gary
  3. Cracking job on a subject not often seen. Gary
  4. Wish you had done a build review for this one; that's a superb finished and presented model and a great subject to boot. This ticks all the boxes for me. Gary
  5. Great project and I look forward to seeing the result. We desperately need a Viggen in 1/32 !!! Gary
  6. I built one years ago and it was 'OK' though the silver plastic was difficult (as it always is in silver plastic) when fixing and puttying joins etc. IMHO however the (poor) crew figures looked massively over-scale for 1/48 and put them about 7' tall in scale ! Julien is quite right too in that there is hardly any AM stuff for it. Gary
  7. Fabulous build and painting skills in equal measure; deeply impressive work. Gary
  8. Brilliant build Dave and the finish looks spot on; well done mate! Gary
  9. Just made a note of these on the instruction sheet. Thank you for taking the time to reply; I appreciate it. Kind regards. Gary
  10. Nice subdued colours and a good scale 'black' on the shield. Gary
  11. That is superb and it is one of if not 'the' best (in scale) SEA camo jobs I have seen on a model. I love everything about this. Gary
  12. Both look very good indeed and thanks for the pics. What were the pitfalls you mention as like others, I have one in the stash and would be grateful for any pointers or tips to look for/avoid etc...? Gary
  13. Cracking build and nice to see a 30 rather than the usual 27's and 33's. Great job! Gary
  14. Agree 100% with Paul's comments. SAC stuff is simply low grade soft pewter like metal which actually bends and flexes whilst cleaning it up. Perhaps their stuff for jets etc is better but the fragility of WW1 u/c units makes it an exercise in futility for them and a complete waste of cash for you! Gary
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