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LSP_Kevin last won the day on September 23

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  1. Howdy folks, I've just published the latest What's New update. Enjoy! Kev
  2. Thanks, Piero! Here it is: https://www.largescaleplanes.com/articles/article.php?aid=3380 Kev
  3. And here's the article, Nick: https://www.largescaleplanes.com/articles/article.php?aid=3379 Kev
  4. He seems to be able to tackle any genre of modelling, and master the techniques it requires, which is really impressive. He's quite a young guy from what I've seen, and obviously has enormous amounts of time, patience, and dedication. Much respect from me. Kev
  5. Howdy folks, Kevin Williams takes a look at the latest build guide from Albatros Productions: Albatros Productions Building the Wingnut Wings Hannover CL.II Thanks, Kevin! And thanks to Ray Rimell at Albatros Productions for the review sample. Kev
  6. Having subscribed to David's YouTube channel, and watched a few more of his videos, there is one area of his modelling that I do think is special (in the sense that it's more than ordinary modelling skills applied extraordinarily well), and that's his lighting abilities and skill with electronics. That stuff has always befuddled me! Kev
  7. Howdy folks, I've just published my review of some new Lancaster wheels from Barracuda: Barracuda Studios BR32410: 1/32 Lancaster Main Wheels - Block Tread Thanks to Barracuda Studios for the review sample. Enjoy! Kev
  8. A combination of both. You need the water/brush combination to work the water in and get things moving. And you don't want to wait too long before you start chipping, or it'll just get harder and harder to do. But it can certainly be done. Kev
  9. I'm actually not seeing any blurry images, Alan. They all look normal to me. Kev
  10. MRP can indeed be chipped, but it does take a little more work: In some ways, the extra effort required means that you have more control, and are less likely to overdo it. Kev
  11. There is a semantic connection, though, if you consider that one of the colloquial analogues for duplicitous is two-faced. Kev
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