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Triumph

Revell 1/32 JU88

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with added figures, bomb racks, electric motors and base, Revell's 1/32 JU88 posing for the camera

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That is impressive!

Lovely looking model, and impressive photography :goodjob:

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Most impressive

Cheers

Dennis

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Lovely pics, sharp and clear - my fave is the engine run..

What camera gear were you using?

cheers

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Fantastic... would love to see a prop moving shot like the first few photos!

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Lovely pics, sharp and clear - my fave is the engine run..

What camera gear were you using?

cheers

Believe it or not just a humble fuji finepix s5500 Just a little bit better than a point and shoot but nothing fancy. Glad you like the model and pics, thanks for the comments :)

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That's fantastic! Beautiful glazing.

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Bravo!

That is brilliant but my goodness that HAS to be one big bird :analintruder:

Great job

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That's a 22" monitor that its sitting in front of just for a pic but she lives with other models of all scales of aircraft and tanks both plastic and diecast down in my large " Man Shed" you know the garden workshop/potting shed sort of thing which has power and it's my bolt hole :D

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Fantastic Junkers, really nice work and pic`s

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looking very alive!

well done!, pretty impressive!

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Looking almost factory fresh and very good with it.

Karl

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