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  1. Great start At Sea. The trick with the pylons am I going to "steal" right away. /Bosse
  2. Looks great with some colours on it Werner. /Bosse
  3. Hi all. Another weekend has come and gone. And as usual some great food hit the dinner plates on Saturday. As already stated we had Elk/Moose for dinner. 231 by Bosse Persson, on Flickr 232 by Bosse Persson, on Flickr The elk meat was mixed with equal weight of beef. My family isn't into game meat as much as I am. And the pot was simmering all day long, with a whole bottle of red wine in it. 233 by Bosse Persson, on Flickr 234 by Bosse Persson, on Flickr It didn't take so long to clear this plate. And served with a very tasty Malbec from Argentina it
  4. Excellent work Rich. The cockpit looks so realistic that it should light up a the trow of a switch. And your meals looks stunning as well. Unfortunately the Shiraz's you've shown are not avaliable here in Sweden. I found one Mclaren Vale Shiraz, but that one costs almost €90.-/bottle here, and that's to steep for me. /Bosse
  5. Looks great with some paint on Werner. /Bosse
  6. Thanks Rich, Just you wait. This weekend I'm cooking..... And I'll of course have some nice Aussie Shiraz with it. But I've also bought a bottle of Argentinian Malbec to try it with. As for the Tornados, what can I say. Some are into Spitfires. Me109's etc. I'm hooked on the Tornado. /Bosse
  7. Lovely work and astonishing attention to details Pappy. /Bosse
  8. Thanks Colin. I don't know if we grow scallops here in Sweden. I just picked some in the frezzer at the supermarket. Thinning the coverplate over the wings could very well be an idea. I had to sand away four punchout marks in each part before I glued them in place. /Bosse
  9. Hi, and thanks Pete. Well I wouldn't call it easy, but I really like the kit. If you don't stress things and do things in small steps it's not difficult, just time consuming with all sanding that has to be done on every part. Here's a mid week update on my progress. I've cleaned up the seams around the intakes. 225 by Bosse Persson, on Flickr 226 by Bosse Persson, on Flickr I've used liquid sprue as a filler. It took some nights to do this, but again small steps and you get there in the end. On the Marine version I've glued the main landing gear bays in p
  10. Thanks Gents. I'll try and get the intake channels in place this evening, and then we could all see if this variation is good or not. /Bosse
  11. Hi, and thanks Colin. Time again for an update from the weekend. But first some food. This Saturday we had a roasted chicken, filled with homegrown chilies, thyme and garlic. 218 by Bosse Persson, on Flickr And I can say, that there was not anything left of that chicken. But let's get on with the Tornado. I've filled the gaps around the airbrakes with some plasticard. 219 by Bosse Persson, on Flickr And I also had to use some putty. 220 by Bosse Persson, on Flickr What should one do when the kit your building needs some drying time? 22
  12. Thanks Werner. Fresh fish was one of the things my son missed when he worked in Vienna last year. We try to have it at least once a week. As for the airbrakes, we'll have to see. I've not had any spare time this week so far. Perhaps at the weekend I'll have some time. /Bosse
  13. Looks Great Werner. And what a beast the MW-1 dispenser is. The part on the wing gloves are the Kreuger flaps. And they were bolted closed very early on the Tornado. So I guess you can sand it flush, that's what I'm going to do. /Bosse
  14. Hi First I'll have to show you that I'm not a Carnivourus Monster that feast all weekends on the worlds bovine creatures. 211 by Bosse Persson, on Flickr So this weekend we actually had a fish stew on Salmon, Cod filé, shrimps, white wine and some scallops. The scallops was lightly fried in butter and some garlic. 212 by Bosse Persson, on Flickr And what a treat it was. But lets get back on the subject. I have done some work on the Tornado, even though I spent most of Saturday at work. The airbrakes have been glued to the fuselage. 213 by Bosse P
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