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Hi Rod ,

I saw the hole battery again. It’s always enjoyable to see your masterpiece and the Kings crown of photography. If you will make a a book or magazine one day you can be sure I would buy one.

 

Thank you very much

 

Andy 

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4 hours ago, Andy Dyck said:

Hi Rod ,

I saw the hole battery again. It’s always enjoyable to see your masterpiece and the Kings crown of photography. If you will make a a book or magazine one day you can be sure I would buy one.

 

Thank you very much

 

Andy 

Hmmmm, That's not a bad Idea. Thanks for the comment.

 

Rod

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Astonishing - as so many have said, hard to tell they’re models. Great building of course, but very clever photography (my interest). My best attempt has been a very dark night scene, so it’s interesting to see such an awesome fully-lit daylight set. 👏👏👏

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A little late to this topic, but I thik I can echo everyones comments here that I would seriously be mistaken for thinking most of these builds were real aircraft.

 

Outstanding work both in builds & your photography skills!

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22 hours ago, The Shearwater said:

Astonishing - as so many have said, hard to tell they’re models. Great building of course, but very clever photography (my interest). My best attempt has been a very dark night scene, so it’s interesting to see such an awesome fully-lit daylight set. 👏👏👏

Give the sun a try :)

 

Rod

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More Natural Light. 

 

Hasegawa Hurricane Mk.1 with Xtradecals.  

 

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1/48 Roden OV-1A Mohawk

 

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1/72 AModel Piaggio P.180 Avanti 

 

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1/35 Italeri conversion AS1 Leopard

 

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Incredible modeling and outstanding photography. I'm utterly amazed. Is it just me or is the windscreen on the Monogram B-58 too shallow at the rear? Your Hustler is gorgeous, so it's a question about the kit, not a critical comment about your work.

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On 3/25/2022 at 11:24 AM, SAT69 said:

Incredible modeling and outstanding photography. I'm utterly amazed. Is it just me or is the windscreen on the Monogram B-58 too shallow at the rear? Your Hustler is gorgeous, so it's a question about the kit, not a critical comment about your work.

Hello,

 

Thanks for your comment. as far as the windscreen not sure, it could be the angle of the pics making you see that. 

 

Rod

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On 5/20/2016 at 9:50 PM, Triumph said:

I don't have a local airport as the back ground, so I use a printed picture as the background and with my collection of 1/200 metal collectables can do these

14126268415_2f4d2cbfdd_b.jpgDSCF0049 by triumphspeedtriple, on Flickr

and why not have them inflight :)

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Unbelievable work!  Crazy!  

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