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AdrianMF

Pegasus Miles Master Mk I - Finished

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Finished and painted:

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I need to do a tiny bit of weathering to bring out the control surfaces and it will be ready for the gallery.

 

Thanks for looking,

Adrian

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now that is what modeling building ( at least to me ) is all about. Well done

 

Hacker

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Awesome result Well done  

Martin H

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5 hours ago, AdrianMF said:

Finished and painted:

And an extra Like for photographing it on "The book of Miles Aircraft"

Excellent job there Adrian.

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4 hours ago, Dave Swindell said:

photographing it on "The book of Miles Aircraft"

Rude not to :)

 

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Wonderful result Adrian and, like everyone else, I'm loving your set-up fpr the photo - classy :thumbsup:

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Very very cool 😎 . Nicely executed from a “challenging “ kit. 

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Very very nicely done. Outstanding work Adrian 

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Just seen this in the Gallery and looked back through the build thread - amazing detail work and final result, Adrian. I now like WW2 era Trainers! All the best. Mike

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Turned out grand Adrian :goodjob:

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Seeing this result, I realise my decision to relegate my effort at this kit to being a training airframe was sound. This is a beautiful rendition of a rarely seen kit. :)

 

Let’s hope the Pavla kit in the stash lets me make a decent model of a MkI.

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Fantastic Adrian, you & your camera done a good job. :D

Steve.

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Missed the build but a stunning result Adrian - good job Sir! 

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1 hour ago, CedB said:

Missed the build

That’s the trouble with trainers - not enough bombs and rockets to get people interested!

 

Regards,

Adrian

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Simply fabulous Adrian.  Top marks!

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Beautiful job. I'm sure that is the one involved in the 51 sqn rescue mission during Dunkirk.

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Nice build. Pegasus kits can be challenging as it seems to me a lot of effort was put into the surface finish at the expense of making sure that there was some sort of fit. I remember building the EAP, which major fit issues aside was seriously dimensionally challenged. The wings were not the same outline and thickness as I recall. The Swift was not much better. I recall converting it to a F.2, which was made easier by the thick plastic. Both gone the way of all flesh, but a Swift will be redone in The Year of Birth GB later this year courtesy of Airfix and Freightdog. 

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2 hours ago, Mr T said:

Pegasus kits can be challenging

They seem to have become much better over the years. Although they still need a lot of TLC!

 

Looking forward to the GB and the Swift.

 

Regards,

Adrian

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Now finish that Mk III !:tumble::popcorn::beer: l will be watching with interest :evil_laugh:

 

Hacker

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Just caught up with your build and some serious modelling there and a superb result.

 

Cheers Allan 

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