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  1. Hello. This will be the first Plane I'm gonna build on Britmodeller.com Better do it right the first time, so I opened the Revell 1/32 Messerschmitt Bf109-G6. A lot of AM was gathered already to add to the build. AM from Eduard is the Big Sin Set.I started building the engine and it's coming along very nice. I'm an engine freak, so all the hatches and things that show the engine will be opened. Cockpit will be a mix of the Eduard set and I leave from the Revell kit. From the AIMS set I have the opportunities to open what I like all over the fuselage, we will see. Picked out "Yellow 6", because it has a nice winter camo. Decals come from EagleCals and look very nice. All other stuff that comes to add the build will be called out later. A lot of the AM will not be used for this one, I'm sure...There will be another after this. Will post some photos when there is progress. Kind regards, Robert Jan
  2. Hi everyone It seems like an age since I have done anything vaguely model related. My Lysander build stalled so I started a 1/48 Eduard Mk IXe Spitfire (lovely kit and should prove to be a mojo restorer), that also stalled, I looked at starting the 1/48 Airfix Mustang to be built as a MK IV, that didn't even get off the ground (pun not intended)...ummmmm what to do? I've changed job roles at work so now not only do I get paid more but I work less hours...Happy days! The knock on from that is I have a new vigour for modelling. So I had a tidy up in the work shop and had a think about what I wanted to build, I didn't fancy resuming any of my stalled kits (they have all been packed away nice and safe), and I spied the 1/32 Revell Spitfire Mk IIa on the shelf and on opening the box I found that I had bought all of the Barracudacast bits and bobs to correct some of the kits short falls. The kit itself looks to be ok, the fuselage detail might be a little heavy for some but I quite like it and with a little work I think that it will build up into a pleasing model. As ever I have made a start on the cockpit, to be precise the instrument panel, now this is still very much a work in progress but I think that that once detailed and painted it should look ok. I started by drilling out the instruments and thinning the IP panel, my original intention was to create a new back for the IP with circles of plastic punched out to try and replicate more realistically the instruments as they are set into the IP, it looked ok in principle but the Airscale decals didn't like adhering to it so I gave it up as a lost cause... ..Next up I created another IP back plate but this time I stuck the Airscale decals straight onto the plastic and this seemed to work much better... ..and here it is placed behind the Revell IP (which is a beauty).. ..Well that's that for now. Thanks for looking in and catch you all soon. Iain
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