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LSP_Kevin

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  1. Just when I think it's safe to go back in the water, along comes another update for the forum software. Egads! I think I'm gonna need a bigger keyboard. In any case, I'll aim to get it done over this coming weekend (possibly even today - Friday), and will try to let you guys know when I'm about to go in. Kev
  2. Looks great, Hubert. What strange colours! Kev
  3. I wonder if Lemkits will continue with its planned Vampire release now. Kev
  4. Congrats, Lukasz! I hope it does very well for you. Kev
  5. Interesting! My guess is that they'll be short-run multimedia kits, with resin and photo-etch detail parts as appropriate. It would be great if they could revisit their existing resin kit catalogue and give them the same treatment. It'll be fascinating to watch this unfold. Kev
  6. Howdy folks, I've just published a much overdue What's New update. Enjoy! Kev
  7. Well done, Michael! A great and successful conversion project by any measure. You also finished your first Meteor in the same scheme I did! Kev
  8. Howdy folks, Kylie Newton reviews a new large scale pilot figure: Mitches Military Models 120mm Modern Fighter Pilot Thanks, Kylie! Kev
  9. A couple of interesting (one tragic, actually) stories have come out since I returned home from the cruise. The first, I was there for: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-12-03/fake-powhiri-moari-welcome-at-new-zealand-port/11761244 The guys pretending to be Maori were part of the ship's photography crew, and they were trying to cajole people into having their photos taken with them. One was Sri Lankan, and the other probably Filipino. Needless to say, we ignored them! The second one is a more tragic story that has just broken, with at least 5 killed in a volcanic eruption on White Island in the Bay of Plenty, only 80km away from we stopped at Mount Maunganui: https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/118058738/live-white-island-erupts In all likelihood, we sailed right past this island on the way there. Kev
  10. Howdy folks, Apologies for the delay, but the new Group Build, 30 Years of the Eastern Front 1915-1945, is now up and running! https://forum.largescaleplanes.com/index.php?/forum/97-30-years-of-the-eastern-front-1915-1945/ Kev
  11. Howdy folks! This Group Build covers 30 years of aerial warfare on the Eastern Front, from 1915 to 1945. The Group Build will run from 9 December 2019 to 31 May 2020. For our purposes, the Eastern Front is defined as the region from Lapland in Finland down to Bulgaria. Eligibility is open to any aircraft or helicopter kit, 1/35 scale or larger, that is no more than 25% complete at the time entering the Group Build. Just a note about RFI posts: it's OK to make them once your build is complete, but please also post the finished photos as part of your build thread. This way, it not only keeps everything in context, but also makes it easier for us to grab those images to include in the GB Gallery. OK, start your engines! Kev
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