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Hi folk's a major return to I/48 scale aircraft this year for the most part after a start with some 1/72 builds for GB's also a token couple of armour

kits yet again ship model's defeated me,here,s a selection.

I/72 scale,Airfix Spitfire Mkix as a PR machine.

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Airfix Mustang.

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I/48 Airfix Spitfire.

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1/48 Airfix Seafire.

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Eduard Fokker Triplane.

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Eduard 1/48 Airacobra

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Airfix 1/48 Hurricane.

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Tamiya Panther.

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Tamiya Mustang 1/48.

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Airfix Spitfire PR 1/72.

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Tamiya Beau in 1/48.

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Revell 1/144 747 for the airliner GB.

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Hobbyboss easy kit's Buffalo and Wildcat 1/72.

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Matchbox siskin.

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Trumpeter 1/48 Attacker

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Airfix Spitfire Vb in 1/48.

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Airfix 1/48 Hurricane Trop.

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AMT Warhawk in 1/48.

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Airfix Soitfire Mkxii in 1/48

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WW1 Trench scene.

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Eduard Yak 3 in 1/48.

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Airfix 1/72 Wildcat.

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Eduard 1/48 Me109e

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Revell 1/48 Seafire

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Tamiya Corsair 1/48.

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Airfix1/48 Hurricane.

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Airfix 148 Defiant.

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Airfix 1/48 Warhawk

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ICM/Revell T 34

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And the trench scene taken on the windowsill which I think is my favorite.

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Airfix1/72 Banshee

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Tamiya Mustang 1/48.

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Eduard Spitfire Mkix in 1/48.

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Eduard 109e in 1/48

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And lastly Academy/Revell p-47's for the GB at the begining of the year.

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That's the lot now folk's many thanks for looking.

 

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Nice collection and you've had a very productive year:goodjob:

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Hi Steve. Well I count 32 completed models for the year and finished to such a beautiful standard! I have no idea how you manage so many! I reckon it's a model finished approximately every 11 days over the past year! Wow! Very impressive! :worthy::worthy:

I'm looking forward to following more of your fantastic production line in 2017!

Kind regards,

Stix

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What a cracking set of builds :goodjob: Well done :D

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A wonderful collection Steve, you obviously enjoy building beautiful, sleek aircraft (plus the occasional Buffalo :winkgrin:).

 

Cliff

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Hi Steve - where do you get your silicone paper from (back of the Trop Hurricane)?

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2 hours ago, BIG X said:

Hi Steve - where do you get your silicone paper from (back of the Trop Hurricane)?

Its good old Christmas wrapping paper from the wife's collection I liked the squares so gave it a go! but I have seen rolls of the stuff

you mean in DIY stores if you want something to last ages probably the better option,I think it's called Fablon.

 

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Looks just like silicone paper :)

I use it as a non stick surface - when I'm ham-fistedly trying to stick small parts together & not get them stuck to my bench :doh:

It is also great for dropping a blob of cyano or PVA on - as it doesn't soak in or set very quickly - perfect for dipping the end of tiny parts in without getting too much glue on.

With my dodgy eyesight / shaky hands it is a god send :lol:

 

Lovely work by the way - hard to pick a favourite - probably the Eduard 109e in 1/48 - really nice :thumbsup:

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That's a pretty productive year (even though you got the scale wrong on a lot of them :) ). I particularly liked the Siskin for its simplicity and your "over the top" vignette.

 

Regards,

Adrian

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Phone auto correct sucks...

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1 hour ago, AdrianMF said:

That's a pretty productive year (even though you got the scale wrong on a lot of them :) ). I particularly liked the Siskin for its simplicity and your "over the top" vignette.

 

Regards,

Adrian

Many thank's Adrian,more 1/72 scale to come next year especially with the Matchbox GB and some oldies from Airfix I plan to tackle.

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My god Steve, a monster output, never realised how many you've completed this year, stunners to boot :)

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WOW !

That would be my output in ten years !

All beautiful and clean builds, Congrats to this impressive modelling output.

:worthy:

 

...and also very well captured, amazing photos.

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You turn in up a notch each year Steve, better and better - some really unbelievable build this year. I agree with you about the window sill trench scene pic.

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That's a busy year Steve and all of them are excellent builds. My favourites would have to be the Fokker Tri-plane and the Matchox Siskin.

 

Great job, I look forward to seeing more in 2017.

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Great numbers and quality make for a very good year!

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An amazing output for the year Steve, and all wonderfully finished, with the Trench scene a particular favourite,

 

Sean

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What a lovely collection, all really nice in their own ways,

Cheers

            Tony

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I see that you have been very busy last year. All your builds are really good. Well done and I hope that this year will be also productive. Have fun :)

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What a great year Steve, beautiful work mate! So many completed builds!

 

Rob

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