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  1. Hi. My first completed model for a very, very long time and the first ever posted on line. I know its not perfect but I'm just grateful I had the patience to complete it and it didn't end up in the bin! Decided not to add the D-Day stripes to keep it simple. No idea if the aircraft ever actually existed in this form but I'm happy with it, I learnt a lot and that's all that counts. Just the aerial to add when my elastic thread arrives. Good kit with no real vices. Paints are Hataka, Vallejo and Tamiya acrylics. Weathering - maybe a bit too much - was mainly pastel powders. Chipping (Vallejo ste
  2. I offer another model for 'Ready For Inspection ! This was my first Tamiya kit and the first kit I used an airbrush on as well! I was chuffed with the initial finish so kind of bottled out of weathering it initially. It's sat on naughty shelf for a fair few weeks until last night. I decided I must bite the proverbial bullet and go for broke. Decals applied and a little more weathering applied. As A few people have remarked in forums recently.. Less is More.. ive been very pleased by and grateful for all the likes and positive comments this project has rec
  3. Fairly standard offering - bit of resin here and there, OOB markings, very enjoyable build. Mojo up and running now. Factory fresh too, a first for me
  4. The kit was built last year and painted whit Vallejo acrylic colors.
  5. Hello all; It's been a while, but I ask you to consider the offering below for feedback and critique. As usual, the full build up description and (shameless plug notwithstanding) description of its history and context can be found on my site, Making-History.ca Onwards to the pics... Thanks for looking! Cheers; Mark.
  6. Here is the latest Revell Bristol Beaufighter TF.X. I built this kit for a review in the Dutch IPMS magazine. It was built straight out of the box, except for the Eduard seatbelts. Actually, it is a pretty good kit. Only some minor fitting issues, a very fragile landing gear and the instructions leave you with some guess work. Hope you like.
  7. 489 (NZ) Sqn RAF Tor-Beau. Approx Mid 1944. FIrst off, A big thanks to Terry at Aviaeology Publishing for all his help. He went out of his way to provide me with heaps of photos and advice during the build. I was going for the well weathered/ beaten up look and I’m happy with how it looks. Details: Kit Tamiya TF X Ultracast seats and Exhausts Aires Wheels Decals: Model Alliance (codes, serials, Fuselage Roundels) Aviaelogy for stencils Some scratch built Antennas from Plastic rod, wire and broom bristles Paint: Main colour Tamiya AS10 and Mr Color (sky). Various other Mr Col
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