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  1. Love the look of the seat in the cockpit looks amazing. Cheers Bevan
  2. Might have to try out that pastel wash technique, looks really effective. Looking forward to seeing how you tackle the paint. Like you I also had various fit issues notably the forward gun cowling and engine nacelle covers..... they were a real dog! Cheers Bevan
  3. How did I miss this one! Great build. Cheers Bevan
  4. To the usual standard John, excellent as always. Cheers Bevan
  5. Really nice paintwork. 15 years since your last model......... wow! Cheers Bevan
  6. Nothing like a good 109 build! Neat work so far. Cheers Bevan
  7. Hi Aviacom, there is a build thread over on LSM. You need to go to the archived group builds and look under 1940's group build. It is 3rd from the top of the first page. Unfortunately Photo Bucket has " water marked "the photos but you get the jist of the build. Hope this helps Cheers Bevan
  8. ×1. Wish I had of seen this before i started mine. Bloody excellent work. Cheers Bevan
  9. Crack'n result mate the weathering is spot on. Cheers Bevan
  10. Sure does John, great stuff. Cheers Bevan
  11. Nearly there mate, looking pretty smart. Cheers Bevan
  12. Wish they had of done that on their 109 kits! Nice simple effective fix there John. Cheers Bevan
  13. Hi Pete, I've got this on the bench as well. Didnt have any real issues with the wing to fuse join more the cannon covers and engine nacelles. Cheers Bevan
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