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  1. Thats a bit of a pain when you are in full flow Tom! However as its probably going to be the longest ever Easter Holidays probably going through to September you could have a crack at getting the even bigger Sunderland back on the bench, always love your builds and what you can do with these scary vac form kits. Regards. Andy
  2. Liking the results from those pretty nasty looking decals, nice tip on the suitcase as well! Regards. Andy
  3. x 2 , Looks very very nice. Regards. Andy
  4. Ooo yes Peter, excited to see this come together as I am really interested in this particular airframe. Regards.Andy
  5. Hey Wouter, Good to see you back on LSP again and thank you for your words of encouragement. I'm working on the 188 but nothing noteworthy to show as I'm trying to work out how to best get the foward framework for the MG151 built up without ruining my transparencies. Regards. Andy
  6. Cockpit assembly completed today, took my time getting this together over the last three days as its pretty fragile while it's going together and wanted various joints to cure in between but is pretty strong when complete. Time to close up the fuselage now. Regards Andy
  7. Superb work, fingers crossed we will have a show at Telford this year so we can see the finished article. Regards. Andy
  8. Progress has slowed a bit in the last couple of days, With the four of us on top of each other for the last 10 days a bit cabin fever kicking in. Anyway, the main cockpit is now assembled and that was a super trying assembly sequence, all very tight but with careful patience all is good. And also remembered to add the canvas ammo belt as kindly pointed out by Wolf. Aviattic French Linen on white decal paper used. Also pre shaded and added the lozenge decals to the back of the rear engine panels followed by a bit of oil spatter on the panels when dry. A couple of little bits to add to the cockpit but hoping to get the fuselage closed tomorrow. Regards Andy
  9. Thank you Max, wood grain done with oils over Tamiya acrylics, I also mix in a drop of Uschi van der Rosten Blitz dry to the oil paint as it cuts drying time to just a few hours. Regards. Andy
  10. As Brian says, you rea need to have a go at a WnW kit or two as they are so damn good, you dont have to dive straight in with a bi-plane, have a good look at their web site and gi fringe there. Junkers D.1 is a great start. Regards Andy
  11. Hi Tom, those Gaspatch turnbuckles are fantastic but I do prefer the metal version over the resin. Regards. Andy
  12. Thank you Max, wood grain done with oils over Tamiya acrylics, I also mix in a drop of Uschi van der Rosten Blitz dry to the oil paint as it cuts drying time to just a few hours. Regards. Andy
  13. X 2, yes please for theRLM76. Regards. Andy
  14. Real nice work John, reading your thread it looks like a bit of a pain to build though. Regards. Andy
  15. Thank you for sharing, great tutorial on the wings. Regards. Andy
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