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Be gentle with me.

First model built in over 20 years. Baby footsteps up to the stirrups at the momentn let alone getting back in the saddle. 

Look forward to your input.

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Colours not perfect. Be it in reality or through the camera lens.

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Nothing at all to be worried about, you've made a really good looking model. The main thing is did you enjoy it and will you build more?

 

Jeff

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Looks good to me! Amazing how easily you pick it up again after a break isn't it. 

 

Always good to see a Harrier! 

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Very nice. Looks like you have not lost any of your previous skills.

 

Regards

Robert

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That looks really good, I’d me more than happy with that.

 

AW

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Very nice, looks good to me.  Welcome back and here's to the next one.

 

Graeme

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Very good looking Harrier, and the half open canopy adds 'life' to your model.

 

You're already in the saddle, it seems… 😉

 

Kind regards,

 

Joachim

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Fantastic, always love a Harrier, especially a camo one 😍

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Nicely done. It looks absolutely fine to me. :clap2:

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Better than I could have done.

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Thanks for the positive feedback guys!

Definitely thinking of my next model. Want to start with some smaller models and expand/improve my skillset. Ultimately hoping to do the justice to a 1/48 GR1 Tonka. Never built one. 

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Very good job indeed. I take it you're brush painting, is that right?

The colours looks good to me.

Welcome back!

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Not too shabby- doesn't look like you lost very much in the interim. BTW, I wasn't aware Revell did a 1/72 Harrier GR3- is it a reboxed Esci or Hasegawa kit- does anybody know? Just curious!

Mike

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Mike,

You're right. Italeri not Revell. Been trawling t'internet for new projects and mind was, clearly, elsewhere.

Updated topic accordingly.

 

Paul

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12 hours ago, ArmouredSprue said:

Very good job indeed. I take it you're brush painting, is that right?

The colours looks good to me.

Welcome back!

Thanks for feedback. Yep brush painting this one. As I say first build in many a year so there's a distinct lack of kit as well. 

Hoping my next build will be a SAR type thingy, undecided which as yet. I'm looking to paint that in part with rattle cans, again to get eye in and remember how to do it all again if you follow.

Ultimately if I'm a good boy Santa might get me an airbrush at Christmas.

Ok ok, scrap that last bit. Be good? I'll probably have to buy it myself!

 

Paul

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A great looking Harrier.  I'm just building the Airfix Mk.1.  Hope it turns out as good as this.

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Really nice work on that Harrier. The paint job turned out very well.  

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On 10/10/2019 at 2:30 AM, Siggypaul said:

You're right. Italeri not Revell

Whew- thank goodness! Thought for a minute I had missed a release!

Mike

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