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jonbru1

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  1. Quality piece of work, keep the 1/144 flag flying!
  2. Love the build, but still aesthetically well behind Concorde.
  3. Hey Rob, great to see the love for the Tin Triangle shining through. Brilliant!
  4. Superb, great to see less common aircraft modelled. Good work.
  5. Some superb diorama ideas here from Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, commonly known as The Boneyard, where the 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group (AMARG) takes care of disused warplanes and fighter jets. http://www.bing.com/maps/#Y3A9NTEuNTA2NDAxfi0wLjEyNzEwMCZsdmw9NiZzdHk9ciZlbz0wJnNzPXlwLllONjh4MjM0MTQxODIxfnBnLjF+cmFkLjgw Go to the Bird's Eye tab, zoom in, rotate for some stunning views.
  6. Awesome. I like your comments about building kits to different 'standards'. The most important element is enjoyment, other things can follow. Love the look of the colour scheme.
  7. Superb, stunning piece of work.
  8. Hey bristol boy, thanks for the reference to 'The Book of Bristol Aircraft', a copy of which has arrived in my hands today by way of the good offices of Amazon. What an amazing read, fantastic!. I am a Filton exile living in Wolverhampton and am currently building a series of aircraft associated with Filton, particularly from the 1960s and '70s in 1/144 scale. The closure of the airfield and general nostalgia have fostered an interest in all things aviation at Filton, this book will further that interest! Thanks again. ps Yours ia a fascinating project.
  9. Love the look of this. Not bad for aircraft you're 'not best mates with'!
  10. Absolutely superb. Great builds and fantastic pictures. Brilliant!
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