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Airfix Tiger Moth 1/72 (RAF Flight Training School, 1940)

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@Andrew.S, @gazza l

 

Thanks a lot! Much appreciated!

 

 

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She has turned out perfectly! Beautiful work 

 

Rob

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Hmm - 1/72? Are you sure? 😉 Seriously, this is a real winner you have there. Easily the best TigerMoth I have seen in this scale.

 

Cheers,

Michael

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An absolute beauty with superb detail!

 

You should be very proud of this mate. 

 

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That is absolutely stunning. Your rigging and the stretchers are impossibly small and yet look just terrific, having built  couple of these kits I can appreciate your skills - "gob well and truly smacked"!

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A magnificent Moth that is hard to believe is in 1/72. Excellent modelling and a great finish.

 

Mark

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23 hours ago, canberraman said:

A magnificent Moth that is hard to believe is in 1/72. Excellent modelling and a great finish.

 

Mark

Thank you very much, Mark! That's very kind!

 

 

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Top notch model mate. I have one in my stash and I'll be using yours as reference.

Thanks for sharing it.

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15 hours ago, ArmouredSprue said:

Top notch model mate. I have one in my stash and I'll be using yours as reference.

Thanks for sharing it.

Thank you very much, Paulo! I hope you find the WIP thread useful.

 

 

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That would be scarily good in 1/48, in 1/72 its positively frighteningly good, especially for those like me who choose 1/72 so they don't feel obliged to super detail. I'm worried now. ;) :D

Steve.

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28 minutes ago, stevehnz said:

That would be scarily good in 1/48, in 1/72 its positively frighteningly good, especially for those like me who choose 1/72 so they don't feel obliged to super detail. I'm worried now. ;) :D

Steve.

Thank you very much, Steve! Don't worry, the problem is mine: I can't help complicate my builds as much as possible... I must build one or two models purely OOB for a change (a box with no PE or resin in it).

 

Cheers

 

Jaime

 

 

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Stunning little model - looks far larger than 1/72! Beautifully built and finished.

 

Cheers

 

Malcolm

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That's superb attention to detail, wonderful build

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Malcom @Baldy, @F-32,

 

Thank you very much, really much appreciated!

 

Cheers

 

Jaime

 

 

 

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