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John Masters

Revell 1/72nd scale Walrus, Flotille 53S Aeronavale, Hourtin, France, 1948...

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2 hours ago, Alan P said:

effective 11th hour repair work

Thank you Alan.  I am happy to put it behind me.

 

1 hour ago, Andwil said:

I understand your reason for it and appreciate the achievement of building that seperate biplane wing.

It was something I had never done.  Now I don't need to do it again!  Thanks!

 

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It looks superb in the gallery John. Very well done. :thumbsup:

Kind regards,

Stix

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3 hours ago, PlaStix said:

It looks superb in the gallery

Thank you Stix.

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She looks beautiful in that french scheme, well done on sorting out the mishaps and for getting that wing fold in! Great build.

 

Rob

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26 minutes ago, rob85 said:

She looks beautiful in that french scheme

Thank you Rob!  I agree.  Not so many French builds on this website , or is that my imagination?

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3 hours ago, John Masters said:

Thank you Rob!  I agree.  Not so many French builds on this website , or is that my imagination?

They do appear lacking, I wonder why 😃

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4 hours ago, Cookenbacher said:

that really stands out.

Thanks Cookie.

 

6 hours ago, rob85 said:

I wonder why 😃

Perhaps all the garlic...

 

 

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12 hours ago, John Masters said:

Not so many French builds on this website , or is that my imagination?

I’m doing my best with my 1940 thread. The larger twin-engined models have to wait for expanded display space!

 

I am bookmarking this thread for when I get round to my Walrus. :nod:

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21 minutes ago, Heather Kay said:

I am bookmarking this thread for when I get round to my Walrus. :nod:

I'm flattered.  Many thanks.

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Outstanding work John. Great to see what can be done with an ancient kit like this.

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