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Sean1968

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About Sean1968

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  • Birthday 19/10/1968

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  1. Sean1968

    What's your day-job?

    I design fire surrounds and wood burning stoves, as well as all the advertising for the company (photography, websites etc etc). Previous job was designing coffins in all shapes sizes and printed picture designs. I describe that job as been like coffee. All my work ended up ground or roasted.
  2. Sean1968

    Duxford Battle of Britain Airshow

    Thank you for that.
  3. Sean1968

    Duxford Battle of Britain Airshow

    Sorry for what might seem a daft question. Looking at the tickets for the Duxford Battle of Britain Airshow, I noticed you can get a weekend ticket. Does anybody know if this ticket covers both the Saturday and Sunday?
  4. Sean1968

    Misheard Lyrics.

    For years my brother thought OMD's Enola Gay was Alone Again! He was about 50 when he realised, think the title of the song would heve been a bit of a give away.
  5. Sean1968

    WNW 1:32 scale SE.5a

    WOW! Thats a show stopper!!!!!
  6. Sean1968

    Wingnut Wings going live on Wetaworkshop

    You are right Beardie, they've all gone. I sold the F2b and LVG separate and somebody made me an offer on the remaining kits. I sold them very reluctantly but, I have to face facts that my hands will no longer allow me to continue modelling. All my paints, airbrushes and tools are going up next
  7. Sean1968

    Internal rigging (1/32 scale)...Who does it?

    Mark, I have the chequered scheme version of the Bristol M.1C, as Beardie says, it is an impressive kit, especially for the money. The resin seat is worth the purchase. Theres about 6 different colour schemes to do. Its not a WNW kit but, not far off and a third of the price. Sean.
  8. Sean1968

    Wingnut Wings going live on Wetaworkshop

    Marty, when you look at it like that, you have a valid point. I work in and around the design industry (have done for years), and I know how quickly production costs can rise. A certain ink or printing technique can had hundreds if not thousands to a big print run, and WNW do not skimp on their packaging.
  9. Sean1968

    Hasegawa 1/8 Clerget 9B engine

    A one sold on eBay not so long ago, it went for £15 or £20 (I cannot remember exact price). One of two things, somebody has got a real bargain, or the Amazon seller is living in dreamland. It's not my thing and I really don't have a clue, just saying what I saw on eBay.
  10. Sean1968

    Imaging software for a Mac?

    Take a look here http://beebom.com/best-free-photoshop-alternatives/
  11. What a fantastic build of a beautiful aircraft. Brilliant.
  12. Sean1968

    Imaging software for a Mac?

    I have been a graphic designer, have been for more years than I care to imagine. I use Photoshop everyday, expensive but, nothing comes close to it. For browsing images, as others have said, Lightroom is perfect. That's my opinion for what it's worth.
  13. WNW kits are simply a work of art, made or unmade.
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