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  1. Thanks Max. I hope we hear more about this model before long. Cheers.
  2. Wow! That is magnificent David, great job. i certainly had to double-take. If you had used chocks and scale RBF tags I would n't have known the first photo from the real thing. Very fine model executed in fine style. Cheers.
  3. Cracking model Eric. It's great to see something so unusual. Nice job.
  4. Neat work Pete. This should make a fine backdrop for those magnificent figures. Cheers.
  5. What an exciting announcement. I own the old Revell TigerMoth but I'm very interested in how this kit looks. Having read reports and reviews of other SilverWings products this promises to be a big leap forward for TigerMoth fans. I'll follow this with great interest. Cheers.
  6. Watching this come together is astonishing but extremely entertaining. Thanks so much for taking the time to share every step of your progress Peter. It's much appreciated. Cheers.
  7. Crikey. That looks absolutely real. What a fabulous bit of scale modelling. Brilliant
  8. Thanks for sharing this excellent news Kev. Glad to hear that Robin is getting back in business. Coincidentally I just found my air cadet log book and now have the serials for a couple of subjects of this kit. Look forward to more news and following your build of the original. Cheers.
  9. Hi Tim, From memory the last few years have been bright but cold. Temperatures in early November can vary alot but are typically just above 0C, in the 5-10 degree range (40-50f). It does n't often snow before Christmas but the mornings are often frosty. HTH. Cheers. The show is really good though, if that helps. It would be good to plan to go for both days if you wish to see it all in any detail.
  10. Thanks for the heads-up Eric. These exhausts look amazing. Anyone want a set of Flightpath etched exhausts? Going cheap......
  11. Mesmerizing work Peter. Truly beautiful to see. Have you considered cigarette paper moistened with dilute PVA glue? Another alternative could be a snippet of silk. That's pretty finely woven Or, some ladies beauty salons use an adhesive backed material as a basis for false resin nails.....apparently......ahem. That could work. A local salon might have some small bits that you could have? Eager to see more. Keep up the stellar work.
  12. Phenomenal Timmy! Like looking at reference photos of the real deal. Simply amazing. I feel your pain with your eyesight It's a headache when you want to be able to add fine detail but can't really see accurately enough to do so. Have you considered using the soft foil from around the tops of wine bottles for your labels? The sort of metal that wraps over the corks rather than the stiffer screw top version. Some of it is even pre-coloured in black. It's easier to get square/rectangular shapes by cutting the foil than it is by painting. Also, scratching the paint off with the tip of a blade replicates the metal lettering of these labels, placards and data panels quite convincingly. Can't think how I missed the start of this thread but I'll be sure to follow along now that I've found it. Looking forward to more. Cheers.
  13. Beautifully weathered Flanker. Great job.
  14. This :.... Would love to get back to it one day.
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