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As my good modelling buddy @nimrod54, said in his build, when we met up earlier in the year, before social distancing, I gave him one of these

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Some how, I ended up with a couple in the stash :whistle:  As he is building the GR7, I might as well join him and build the SHAR. This will be my first 1/72 SHAR, but like many UK military aircraft I have road moved plenty of these. 

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Time to crack on. 

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That's a great finish buddy :thumbsup: , a super job... especially when you consider that it has been painted with that teaspoon. :rofl:As an aside, having read an article in the latest issue of Airfix Magazine I will be donning the tin hat - let me just say that there is some pink involved and leave it at that. :winkgrin:

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1 hour ago, nimrod54 said:

That's a great finish buddy :thumbsup: , a super job... especially when you consider that it has been painted with that teaspoon. :rofl:As an aside, having read an article in the latest issue of Airfix Magazine I will be donning the tin hat - let me just say that there is some pink involved and leave it at that. :winkgrin:

 

Teaspoon is the new brush painting! Haven’t you heard?

It also adds an interesting essence to your brew of choice:whistle:

I have been pondering over that crashtender for a while. 

Pink is the word. 

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