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Mike

Mig-31BM Foxhound Review Build 1:48

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Mike remove the adhesive tape from the headlights on cover of the nose landing gear. :winkgrin:

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Fantastic job, really nice work there Mike

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Mike remove the adhesive tape from the headlights on cover of the nose landing gear. :winkgrin:

I did :tease: after I'd taken the photos :rolleyes:

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I did :tease: after I'd taken the photos :rolleyes:

Well done! ))

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Wonderful work Mike really enjoyed the WIP and I'm willing mine to be delivered to me !

You have done the kit real justice.

:goodjob:

Guy

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Wonderful model Mike. Thanks for doing the kit justice with your craftsmanship.

Lovely!

Thanks Martin & Sio for provision of the kit. It really did build itself. I was only involved when it came time to paint it ;) Now bring on the Mig-25, the Mig-31B, the Tomcat, the Edendard and anything else you'd care to mould (Supermarine Scimitar would be nice) :yahoo:

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Thanks for all your support along the way Val et al :)

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Mind-blowingly good Mike. That puts my meagre modelling efforts to shame! An absolutely stunning piece of work and the photography is equally good.

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^_^ Thanks. I think this kit has spoilt me. I had to use filler on another kit last night, and I'm traumatised :crying:

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A reall stunner. I had a look at it in Mikes workshop the other day and although the photos do it justice, it's even more stunning in real life!

A flawless beauty, and surely Mike is the master of weathering.

Cheers

John

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I'm the master of nothing John, but thanks for the compliment ;)

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OK, where do I start? Apart from the basic outline shape being totally wrong, the details being not quite correct, some of the rivets are in the wrong place, the wheels are 0.00001mm too small, the weapons fit is totally non-representative, the decals are in the wrong colour and out of register and incorrect for that mark, the paint scheme is at best 'imaginative' and well, it all adds up to simply being....

...one of the best models I have ever seen displayed on line, anywhere!!

Bloody Hell Mike, that is absolutely superb!! Take a bow, Sir!

Oh, and Martin? Are you there? You too! Take a bow....

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Top work :goodjob:

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This is just, and it's enough, absolutely brilliant job !

Master you are ....

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I keep coming back to look at this, it is that impressive.

It's a real slam dunk :clap2:

Al

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:lol: @ Mark. Thanks for all the compliments chaps. Means a lot ^_^

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