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LaurieS

An Afghanistan Diorama of UK Military ware

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8 minutes ago, Vinnie said:

Well done Laurie. Cracking piece of work.

Thanks Vinnie much appreciated. Forgot to mention there is 5 years work there.

 

Now cracking on with a Falklands type. More experienced so this will be about 2 years plus.

Laurie

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10 minutes ago, LaurieS said:

Thanks Vinnie much appreciated. Forgot to mention there is 5 years work there.

 

Now cracking on with a Falklands type. More experienced so this will be about 2 years plus.

Laurie

I'll look forward to seeing it.

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1 hour ago, bazer said:

Great modelling and with the backdrop looks brill. 

Bazer

Thanks Bazer very much appreciated.

Laurie

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1 hour ago, sanfrandragon said:

Really like that, each model is of the highest quality.

Thanks very much very kind of you. Actually spent 5 years start to finish. Well worth while.

 

Now on a Falklands look a like.

 

Laure

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1 hour ago, phildagreek said:

Wow, that's very impressive, what you might call "busy"!

Very nice of you to say so Phil. Busy the whole lot on a shelf 2.4m (8feet) long. Wish I had more space.

Laurie

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This looks amazing really great attention to detail. I was in my shed today and found the airfix quad bike kit is stashed. I only have the one quad bike so decided to start it to make a small dio. It will not be taking up the whole shelf though 😂😂😂 

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33 minutes ago, Tommygunn1972 said:

This looks amazing really great attention to detail. I was in my shed today and found the airfix quad bike kit is stashed. I only have the one quad bike so decided to start it to make a small dio. It will not be taking up the whole shelf though 😂😂😂 

Thanks Tom much appreciated. Good luck with the quad.

Laurie

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1 hour ago, ivan-o said:

That is very good indeed! 👍

Many thanks Ivan & much appreciated.

Laurie

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Hello LaurieS,

The book that gives you all the answers from the Argentine Aviation side.

Title: "Wings of the Malvinas" by Santiago Rivas.

Photographs, detailed drawings, Pilots telling their flights to the Area of Operation.

I always like to read both sides of the story. Rivas has done this from the Argentine side.

Regards, Orion

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1 hour ago, Orion said:

Hello LaurieS,

The book that gives you all the answers from the Argentine Aviation side.

Title: "Wings of the Malvinas" by Santiago Rivas.

Photographs, detailed drawings, Pilots telling their flights to the Area of Operation.

I always like to read both sides of the story. Rivas has done this from the Argentine side.

Regards, Orion

Thanks Orion. Will have to see if I can get this from the public Library. Buying the book ranges from £25 to £40.

Had hope it would be on Kindle.

 

Thanks again.

Laurie

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Very nicely done!  Am I right in assuming it's all 1/32nd or 1/35th?

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52 minutes ago, Derek A said:

Very nicely done!  Am I right in assuming it's all 1/32nd or 1/35th?

Thanks Derek you comments very much appreciated.

 

1/48 I should have mentioned this in my blurb,

 

Now progressing with a 1/48 Falklands diorama.

Laurie

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