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always wonder how you can do so many models in such a short space of time and turn em out so well until i looked at you w.i.p on the fgr and halifax i think it was now i see how and then you drop this on us, a few months ago i asked you how you did your painting i.e soft edges and free hand... your work is so inspiring it is simply a pleasure and insperation to see your builds i dont get on here much really but your work is one of those posts i look for when i do brilliant brilliant work regards chris

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I love it,can you tell me how you did the engine intake cover,i would like to do the same on a 1/72 tiffy,cheers .......Neil

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Thanks one and all for your comments re the Coningsby Typhoon.

@ Forrest Fan.....I'm sure you will. Cloughie did it especially with Sunderland..... privileged to have seen him play on many occasion!

@ Fatalbert/Neil....hi Neil, I used the top of a Pot Noodle carton and formed it around the intake, then cut it out and painted it. The top is made from a thin foil and forms quite easily.

@ Harriermad......thank you!

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