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About dennismcc

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  • Birthday 02/09/1952

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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. Glad to know that the surgery went well and that you are recovering, take the time off and the painkillers don't be shy. Chers Den
  2. Hi Kev, the forum seems to be a tad quicker from what I can see, how did the surgery go ? Cheeers Den
  3. Great job, hope mine comes out as nice as that one, though I doubt it ! Cheers Dennis
  4. Database engines, It's all black magic to me Kev but I hope all goes well. Also I hope the minor surgery is not serious and goes well for you. The surgery and recovery are vastly more important that anything else so take care of yourself first. Good luck Den
  5. My involvement with Game of Thrones started with the books (all 7 of them), devoured them as they came out and was waiting for the latest book when the author was distracted making the TV series so it never came out. But I have enjoyed the TV series and will be watching the first episode in the new series tonight. Maybe now that the TV series is over the last books will appear. Cheers Dennis
  6. I have not seen the Montex video but the use of transfer tape and marking the mask is a must for correct placement of masks, I also use Tamiya tape to mark the correct placement on the model. Also as suggested you can de tack the mask by either sticking them to your hand or window glass, mind you this does risk stretching the mask and getting into a right mess. There are lots of builds on LSP where people have used masks and have recorded their techniques for using them. Here is a Spitfire build using custom masks, the process is the same for the Montex masks. And a more recent build using Maketar masks Hope these help you Cheers Dennis
  7. Looks great, as with a lot of people I have one of those in the stash so it is great to see what it takes to build it. Cheers Dennis
  8. That looks absolutely fabulous and as others have said more photos and details please. Cheers Dennis
  9. Nice review Kev, I have a copy of the book and the lack of a Japanese section is the one notable omission especially as you have pointed out with Nick Millman being involved, hopefully this will be rectified in the future. Hopefully with French and Italian subjects also covered. Cheers Dennis
  10. This is looking ever so neat, must take notes ! Cheers Dennis
  11. As I was wandering around Cosford on Sunday two kits took my eye, a HK Lancaster at £300 and a ZM Ki 45 at £120 but I walked past both, the Lancaster is way beyond my self imposed £100 limit and is far to big for me to display, and the Ki 45 is a ZM kit which I think of as over engineered but for a Japanese twin I would break the £100 limit. Having hobbled around the whole show I was having second thoughts about the Ki-45 so returned to the stand only to find that it was gone and the only other one I could find was £130 so we came home home kitless. The next day urged on by my "better" half I scanned the internet and found a Ki-45 for £118 with postage from Jumblies Models, a few days later this arrived in a huge box. So now I can see if the kit is as good as people say it is. Cheers Dennis
  12. Very interesting, will have to watch this one. Cheers Dennis
  13. And on to the last Hanger, Training, Transport, Engines and Missiles And that was it Cheers Dennis
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