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dashellis

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About dashellis

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  1. Looks great and I agree it does look good in that scheme Darren
  2. Looks great love what you've done with the panel variations Darren
  3. WOW what a fantastic scheme and your weathering looks superb. Just a great, GREAT model Darren
  4. I work in the sign industry and have recently tried low-tak application tape that is used as a carrier for cut vinyls. I have found it great to use especially for camo masks. Had great results to be honest, don't know if you have any local sign companies or graphics about but there is always ends of rolls that cant be used for much I'm sure they would let you have them. Although I am yet to try on a NMF model so would suggest testing on spare parts first Darren
  5. Another stunning build there Mike, figures really set if off nice too. Darren
  6. MIG-25s always look a beast of a machine but looks great in the camo scheme, excellent job given the lack of reference material, looks fantastic Darren
  7. I used their spare parts service a couple of months ago for an underside wing section on a Mirage F1, think it cost me £5 but had it in a week or so. What parts are you after as I have quite a few spares from Italeri F-16's for various reasons I might be able to help you out Darren
  8. I've made a couple of the Italeri Tonkas now and they're not a bad kit, the wing sleeves at the front are most definiteley a pain. I've got this scheme to do, I think the Tornado wears it well. You've got a great result with that one, very nice finish. Well done Darren
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