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My 2021 in pictures


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A more productive year than I originally thought. None of these are on BM except the Twotter.

Almost all were kits which would fall into a KUTA GB as they were sitting on the SoD. I wanted to clear my feet as it were

First up, a Heller Citroen DS19 started in 2020



Swiftly followed by a Tamiya Jeep started a year or two earlier



A small scale Heller L'Occident from 2020 and my first attempt rigging something



A 1/144 Fujimi tram from 2019 which stalled because the full-side decals scared the BeeGees-es out of me



A Dapol/Kitmaster Cattle truck which just fell by the wayside in 2020



A tiny Airfix U96 from 2019, with multiple parts gone missing



Eduard Hellcat Mk I, again from 2020



An Airfix Gnat, I think from 2018



The first fully new-to-completed kit of the year, an Eastern Express BAC 1-11. nice enough kit but expensive for what you get



A Tamiya Beetle, my longest shelf queen. Not sure when I started it. Many mistakes were made during the build. Definitely not one of my best.



Another full build for the year, the Revell M40 GMC



A quick foray into folding metal bits, for the Piececool Chinese Restaurant



And finally, my first BM build for the High wing GB, the Revell Twotter



Thanks for looking


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14 hours ago, Bertie Psmith said:

That's an interesting yearbook all the way


2 hours ago, JeroenS said:

the restaurant falls into the category "never seen something like that before!"

Thanks for your comments.

As you can tell, I don't stick to any specific subject area, just whatever I like the look of. I'm also not limited to plastic.

The restaurant is pre-painted photo-etch, similar to Metal Earth. It was 5 sheets of A5 etch.

Cut, bend, attach; sounds simple but some Anglo-Saxon was involved in the process :swear:


I also build what are known as miniature dollhouses.

This was one I also completed last year

2021-03-15 16.41.43

They are paper, card, wood, plastic, fabric and electrics (LED lights). The one above is roughtly A6 sized

They can be a nice change or a break if you are struggling with a kit.



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I like that! I've built a lot of the cardboard railroad houses from Metcalfe, they're fun to build as well. I don't have a model railroad so I usually give them away. I think I'll get my wife one of the mini dolhouses, she's bored out of her skull with the current lockdown. She's back to work next week but let's give her something to do in the meantime, I think she may like it.  🙂  

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