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    Retired oil worker, now able to concentrate on modelling, DIY, reading (Sci Fi, techno thrillers and WW2 history), motorcycle racing (watching) and restoring my own bikes.<br>Modelling: WW2 subjects, preferably RAF/FAA in 1/32 scale and 1/48 scale for multi engined aircraft.<br>WW2 military vehicles in 1/35 scale, mainly British army.

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  1. OK a blast from the past, here is the Britmodeller pinned thread on the subject, have fun. https://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/29585-british-camo-rubber-masks/ Cheers Dennis
  2. Great progress, I look forward to the updates especially for the foreword part they really capture the mood. Cheers Dennis
  3. Great build, I've got a couple of those in the stash and hope mine turns out as nice Cheers Dennis
  4. There was some quite heated discussions about camouflage mats a few years back so I'll skip that one. Though there is a photo of a P40 having it's camouflage painted using mats. The camouflage patterns did vary slightly from different factories though the overall scheme and colours were the same, I came across this when modelling a Spitfire once, I had made some paper masks for a previous build but when I checked photos of the new build the pattern was slightly different so I could not use them. Cheers Dennis
  5. Looking good, I love the patchwork quilt effect on these aircraft. Cheers Dennis
  6. I would go with Max on this one go with what you think looks right, below is a quote from Edgar. Posted 18 December 2014 - 05:07 AM This subject causes almost as much controversy as rivets. At the beginning of the war, aircraft camouflage colours were "blended," i.e. merged, but it was found that this was often done by lifting the gun away from the surface, so that paint was drying before it hit the surface, causing excess drag. At a meeting, early in 1940, Farnborough, who were the Air Ministry's source for camouflage, said that blending was a waste of time, so the Ministry
  7. Pretty sure that a Typhoon is on the release list at Special Hobby Cheers Dennis
  8. That looks rather splendid, more photos please Cheers Dennis
  9. To help with my PCM Fabric wing Hurricane build. Cheers Dennis
  10. What a great thread, it would be nice to see he same type of comparisons made for other kits, mind you it could get never ending especially if you started on the Me 109. Cheers Dennis
  11. Fabulous job, looks great, any problem areas on the build ? Cheers Dennis
  12. My first purchase of 2021, now awaiting the Westland Whirlwind to complete my 2021 spending. Cheers Dennis
  13. Great news, this is probably the only kit I will buy this year apart from the CR42. Cheers Dennis
  14. Great to watch, what a solid and powerful looking aircraft it was, thanks you for posting, especially as I am building one at the moment. Cheers Dennis
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