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  1. Don't forget that this is in fact a HpH resin kit, and not a Kitty Hawk one. It's doubtful we'll ever see a mainstream injection-moulded kit of the Tigercat, but I guess you never know these days! Special Hobby is our best hope, I reckon. Kev
  2. A shame about the mounting frame, Brian - but in all other respects this is looking fabulous! Great work (and problem-solving) so far. Kev
  3. Howdy folks, I've just published the latest What's New update. Enjoy! Kev
  4. Terrific work on those seat belts, John! They look great. Kev
  5. Howdy folks, I've just published my review of the new Me 410 book from Valiant Wings: Valiant Wings Publishing Airframe Album 16: The Messerschmitt Me 410 Hornisse Thanks to Valiant Wings Publishing for the review sample. Enjoy! Kev
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    Beautiful work, Angelo! Kev
  7. Terrific work, Peter! This is going to be an excellent model when you're done. Kev
  8. I'm still waiting on my Ukranian order (nothing to do with Lukgraph), which shipped out on 5 October! I take heart in the fact that I once ordered some DVDs from the UK, and they arrived on my doorstep exactly one year later. Kev
  9. The ceramic blade is actually quite blunt compared to a standard #11 Xacto blade, so there's little-to-no danger of accidentally gouging, slicing, or cutting into the part. It's also less aggressive as a scraping tool, and you have to really be trying to get the blade to 'dig in' to the part. That said it's still amazingly effective at removing flash, seam lines and other moulding defects with very little effort. Of course, if you're not as ham-fisted as me, and wave the #11 blade around like a surgeon, then you're probably already good to go! But I need all the help and child-safe
  10. Nice work as always, John. I've started using a ceramic blade for mould seam scraping of late, and it seems to give all the benefits of a standard steel blade, without any of the dangers. I use this one from SMS: https://www.scalemodeller.com.au/collections/tools-accessories/products/ceramic-scraper Kev
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