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LSP_Mike

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LSP_Mike last won the day on October 1 2012

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About LSP_Mike

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    Where I belong: East Texas.
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    Well,1/32 planes, 1/35 armor, select boaty stuff, 120mm figures, egg planes,and similar caricature type subjects, and looking for a project truck.

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  1. LSP_Mike

    Revell 1/350 Tirpitz

    Nice work.
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    Porsche tiger got stripes.

    good suggestion Dan.
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    Porsche tiger got stripes.

    Take ordinary pencil lead, and ground it up; apply with Mk-I finger, blow excess off. I add a bit to grab handles as well to simulate well worn metal. Looks good BTW. Really like the zimmerit.
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    Interesting Email from Photobucket

    ... about how you are stuck in Nigeria, and have a recently deceased "rich" relative that left you their estate, and you just need a "loan" to get the money....
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    1:24 Trumpeter Ju87 D5 fuselage length

    Coast to coast road trip Lee!
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    Is WNW nearing the end of its run?

    His is the only IM company to step into the 1920s with 1/32 plane kits. Since WNW has become the benchmark for 1/32, I can think of many aircraft I'd like to see by them. The Wright Flyer would be at the top, along with the Spirit of St. Louis.
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    Is WNW nearing the end of its run?

    The rumors of WNW demise are greatly exaggerated..... They could release 3 kits a year for a few years just doing seaplanes.
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    Late War RLM usage of 81/82, etc.

    I've several of Jerrys books, and a couple of his prints, including one signed by Hartmann and a few others. Jerry is very much a gracious host, as is his wonderful wife Judy.
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    Late War RLM usage of 81/82, etc.

    ah, the never-ending quest. I'm still locked into humbrol paints.
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    Late War RLM usage of 81/82, etc.

    Too bad you feel that way Vince, but your choice.
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    1/32 WNW Albatros D.V Richthofen

    Keep in mind the Albie originally had a headrest, so, given the approx. location of the pilots head /coaming height, and shoulder height/width, you may actually be better than you think. You may also consider the pics. of flying clothes he wore; bulky stuff. Nice grain effects.
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    Melbourne Model Expo question

    I would think "For display only" is fine. I want to see more work on the tables whether in competition or not.
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    Takom Jagdpanther G1

    I did a double-take when I saw that, but have the Bandai 1/24th kit, so passed. I will look in on your build though.
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    1:24 Trumpeter Ju87 D5 fuselage length

    Chabuduo. The Chinese expression for: "it's good enough" trumpy has earned a reputation for what many now call the A, B and C team efforts. in our scale, the SBD, TBM, and swordfish are all stellar kits. The initial Wildcat, the P-40, and a few others suffer.....inaccuracies we'll say. Chabuduo. Not too sure about jets as I have only a few, but I did spring for a MiG-29a. That said, they produce ships, tanks, subs, and planes in a variety of scales, and I have a fair sampling of their kits; I shop carefully when considering their products though.
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    1/32 Dragon Bf 110 slats

    PM's on that lads.... But for me, I'll scribe the lines deeper.
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