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Rob 1

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Rob 1 last won the day on August 30 2013

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  1. That is a top rate build, with a great level of detail and excellent finishing.
  2. Does anyone know if these are in stock anywhere in the UK? (Have looked around and can't see any for sale, including Hannants).
  3. Not sure if it will answer all the questions, but there is a nice build log of the old Revell kit into USS Hornet for the Apollo 11 missions, see link below: http://www.modelwarships.com/reviews/ships/cv/cv-12/Hornet-Apollo-fs/index.htm
  4. That is amazing, a complex build and really nicely finished, looks very good. It really captures the Japanese carrier look, and is inspiring to any model ship builder.
  5. Beautifully built and finished, well done.
  6. Superb build, nice subtle weathered finishing - looks mighty impressive!
  7. Just had a full catch up on this from beginning to end - that was certainly quite a project but the result shows it was worth it, with an excellent looking interesting subject.
  8. Well done - must have been quite a challenge, but makes an interesting subject, and looks good with top rate finishing.
  9. Well done with the garden shed scene, a great level of detail and nicely finished - definitely a worthy winner.
  10. Ah, thanks for that Jestblast, that explains my puzzlement over all the 1/4" BSP fittings available.
  11. I've just bought a Badger BA1100 (second hand). To connect an airbrush, I see it has a large connection, which measures 1/2" external thread diameter. To purchase a suitable adapter, they seem to be advertised at generally 1/4" or 1/8", just wondering where I would obtain a large 1/2" connection from, and is this a normal size? Any advice would be welcome. Thanks, Rob.
  12. The first edition last year was top rate, and at a great location. Looking forward to this year's show.
  13. I agree with many comments above; very nice subtle finishing on the ship and the sea, and just a very high standard all round, particularly considering this is in 1:700.
  14. That looks great Beefy, and good to see a British subject - that's a very dynamic setting and nicely finished all round.
  15. Agree with all above; this is very finely finished with great detail and subtle finishing.
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