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  1. Hi Ladies & Gents,I have entered a buddy build on Facebook that has been organised by a chap called Martin Lamont, it is called the "Hawker Harrier 50th Anniversary Buddy Build".Now I want to build a variant of all the types of Harrier flown by the RAF and RN, i would like to build these in the order that they entered service. So after building the Harrier GR.1 that can be found on here, I decided to enter the 1/72 Airfix Harrier GR.3 into the buddy build.Here are the traditional box, instructions and sprue photos:Sprue shots and instructions. by Neal, on FlickrSprue shots and instructions. by Neal, on FlickrSprue shots and instructions. by Neal, on FlickrSprue shots and instructions. by Neal, on FlickrSprue shots and instructions. by Neal, on FlickrSprue shots and instructions. by Neal, on FlickrSprue shots and instructions. by Neal, on FlickrSprue shots and instructions. by Neal, on FlickrSprue shots and instructions. by Neal, on FlickrSprue shots and instructions. by Neal, on FlickrSprue shots and instructions. by Neal, on FlickrSprue shots and instructions. by Neal, on FlickrSprue shots and instructions. by Neal, on FlickrSprue shots and instructions. by Neal, on FlickrSprue shots and instructions. by Neal, on FlickrSprue shots and instructions. by Neal, on FlickrSprue shots and instructions. by Neal, on FlickrSprue shots and instructions. by Neal, on FlickrSprue shots and instructions. by Neal, on FlickrSprue shots and instructions. by Neal, on FlickrSo that is the introduction to the build, I will post up the same updates here as I am doing on the buddy build. And to start that off I did a bit of video for you.Thanks for looking and all feedback is welcome!
  2. Hello everyone,I have just started another kit for another group build on Facebook, this time the build is called #twinbrit and it is run by Tim Hedworth over at British Aviation in Scale, the group build runs until the 17th of March. So enough time for me to shoe one in before staring on my French Fancies entry!The rules of the GB are simple it is anything british made or in british service that has two of something for example a Mosquito being twin engined, a Bae Hawk being a twin seater, etc..I decided to go for Tamiya's rebox of Italeri's Tornado F3. I know it is older kit and has an issue or two but as far as I am aware it is proably the better ADV in 1/72 scale.Here are the customary box, instructions and sprue photos:The box showing a completed model:Box, instructions & sprues. by Neal, on FlickrInstructions seem simple with only 7 steps, but are in Japenese:Box, instructions & sprues. by Neal, on FlickrBox, instructions & sprues. by Neal, on FlickrBox, instructions & sprues. by Neal, on FlickrBox, instructions & sprues. by Neal, on FlickrBox, instructions & sprues. by Neal, on FlickrBox, instructions & sprues. by Neal, on FlickrKit decals look ok:Box, instructions & sprues. by Neal, on FlickrBut I think I'll be using these from xtradecal instead:Box, instructions & sprues. by Neal, on FlickrSprues, there are only two main sprues and one clear, should be a relatively quick build fingers crossed!Box, instructions & sprues. by Neal, on FlickrBox, instructions & sprues. by Neal, on FlickrBox, instructions & sprues. by Neal, on FlickrSo there is the usual introduction to any of my builds, I'll be doing some videos of the build too.Thanks for having a look.Take care.Neal
  3. Kit manufacture: Airfix N° A73009 Scale: 1/72 Type: Hawker Siddeley Harrier GR.1 Extras used: None OOB Paints and colours used: Primer AK Black Primer and Microfiller, Paints MR Hobby Aqueous H332 Light Aircraft Grey, H331 Dark Sea Grey & H330 Dark Green, Humbrol Clear Gloss, Oil pin-wash Other info: I built this kit for the #brit72 group build held on Facebook, the kit went from primer to finished in a matter of hours in order to get it finished for the deadline, you can find the build thread here 20180103-01.jpg by Neal, on Flickr20180103-02.jpg by Neal, on Flickr20180103-03.jpg by Neal, on Flickr20180103-04.jpg by Neal, on Flickr
  4. Hi guys,So I have entered a GB ran on Facebook by British Aviation In Scale, the GB is called Brit 72, really simple anything that is either British in origin or that has worn British markings.I have decided to build a Harrier as it is quintessentially British and it will start of my little collection of a model of every mark of Harrier that has flown in British service.I though that you guys may be interested to see how I get on with it.So as always here is the tradition tour of the box and its contents.Nice box art with both kits contained in the box:20170923-27.jpg by Neal, on FlickrOlder style Airfix instructions, total of 45 steps to the build:20170924-28.jpg by Neal, on Flickr20170924-29.jpg by Neal, on Flickr20170924-30.jpg by Neal, on Flickr20170924-31.jpg by Neal, on Flickr20170924-32.jpg by Neal, on Flickr20170924-33.jpg by Neal, on Flickr20170924-34.jpg by Neal, on Flickr20170924-35.jpg by Neal, on FlickrThe kits give you a lovely camouflage scheme of DG/DSG over LAG, very classy looking in my opinion. Would love to see a Typhoon in this scheme!20170924-36.jpg by Neal, on Flickr20170924-37.jpg by Neal, on FlickrThe sprue with Airfix's softer plastic, makes it easy to work with but marks easily in my experience:20170924-38.jpg by Neal, on Flickr20170924-39.jpg by Neal, on Flickr20170924-40.jpg by Neal, on Flickr20170924-41.jpg by Neal, on Flickr20170924-42.jpg by Neal, on FlickrSo that is the owners tour over and done with!I've already got a bit done on this one and I'll get that posted up here tomorrow hopefully.Neal
  5. Another picture teaser posted up on the Airfix Facebook Page (note the 1/12 scale Typhoon pilot in the background under the monitor).
  6. Howdy Gang! We have a question about Rudy Stark's D.VII. What decal to use on the front cylinder? 73 or 74? We are also interested in knowing if Rudy's engine had the generator. Follow the group build on the Face Book. Search for Fokker Village. That's us!
  7. Those generous folks at Creative have posted a competition on their website, and it's a piece of cake to apply, requiring you simply to become a fan of their Facebook page. So if you've got a computer and a Facebook page, plus the ability to click a mouse button (or trackpad), why not get yourself a chance at a tasty prize that could be up to £170. That's where I'm heading once I've finished writing this! Creative Models - August Giveaway We are giving you the opportunity to win one of four fantastic prizes this month with one click of a button. The winner can choose one prize from any of the four categories below. (The military prize option includes both kits) To be in with a chance of winning please visit our Facebook page and 'like' or become a fan of our page. Our facebook page can be found by clicking here Alternatively please share our facebook competition link on either your own facebook page or on a group / organisational page that you belong to. A winner will be drawn at random on 3rd September and all entries will qualify up until the 2nd September. Link to the original announcement - details of the prizes are given at the bottom of the page. While you're at it, how about liking our page too? - that link's in my sigature... go on!
  8. Our latest newsletter is now available with details of new arrivals this week including the Airfix 1:72nd Swordfish and Revells 1:72nd Boston Mk IV / V which arrived late this afternoon. Click here for this weeks newsletter We are also starting a new weekly specials list which offers 100 different items per week at a discounted price. This week we have items from Academy, Airfix, Eduard, Hobbyboss, Revell, Trumpeter and others with up to 35% discount applied. Click here for details of the weekly specials The weekly specials as the name suggests will only be available for one week and then every friday night a new batch of 100 items will be posted up. These specials should also be available from your normal supplier (if of course they are one of our customers!)
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