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Strangeways

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  • Birthday 21/01/1960

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  1. Immaculately built and finished (and photographed). Great work.
  2. Strangeways

    Hasegawa 1/48 Curtiss F-40E Warhawk

    That's a really impressive (and realistic) NMF.
  3. Strangeways

    Junkers Ju-88 G6, Hasegawa 1/72

    Really nice.
  4. Strangeways

    Tupolev G-1 USSR N-292 MikroMir 1\72

    Unique, and very nicely done. How was the Mikro-Mir kit to build?
  5. Although I remember my first kit – the old tool Airfix 1/72 Mossie – it's long gone and there's no photographic evidence. The earliest model that I have a record of is this Revell 1/72 Spad XIII, built in 1977 at age 17. It looks like I replaced the struts with stretched sprue, although I don't actually remember that. I do remember the paint job though; painstakingly drawing the checkered outlines with a Rapidograph technical pen, then filling in each black square with a fine brush. I also painted the roundels as I didn't have any decals in the correct style. I wish I still had this for nostalgia's sake. Favourite? That's a difficult one, but it's probably this 1/48 Monogram B-17G, which was built in 2004. Apart from re-scribing it I added resin wheels, lots of photo-etch inside and vac-form clear parts. I custom made the decals too. Although I'd do it differently now it still brings me joy, although I didn't always feel that way during the build... Theoretically my last build should be my best, but it's not (by a long shot). I think this Eduard 1/72 Bf 110 is, mostly because it's such a lovely kit to start with and I was quite happy with the painting and weathering. It's got Brassin resin wheels and gun-nose.
  6. Strangeways

    Fiat G.50 1/72 S.B.S. Model

    Beautiful work, as always.
  7. Strangeways

    CASA 212-100 Special Hobby 1:72

    I hadn't realised until I'd seen yours that I need one of these. It looks great.
  8. Beautifully done, and well worth reading your WIP.
  9. Strangeways

    Flying Billboard

    Thanks for all the feedback guys.
  10. Strangeways

    Douglas EF-10B Skyknight (Matchbox)

    All your work paid off Ragnar, that looks superb.
  11. Strangeways

    Flying Billboard

    Thanks Ron, that is actually my article.
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