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  1. Paintwork is looking lovely mate. Can't wait for the washes. Cheers Bevan
  2. Did you scribe upper and lower fuselage seam lines along the length.? Great progress so far and yes the Has 109's are a great thing. Cheers Bevan
  3. Hearns hobbys on flinders st just down from the Flinders street station. Cheers Bevan
  4. What about the thickness Kev, a thick decal is a thick decal. Can you feel the edge of it if you drag your finger over it? I might try your methods on my next Tamiya build. Cheers Bevan
  5. Hi John, in my experience I don't think there is much you can do about the thickness of Tamiya's decals with decal solutions although if you find a magic fix ........ The only thing that works for me to some degree is layering clear over them multiple times sanding down in between coats. Very time consuming and not guaranteed to work! Cheers Bevan
  6. Hi John, great thought process and use of tools for non standard applications. Cheers Bevan
  7. So we'll see it at Expo along with your 17' next year lol? Cheers Bevan
  8. Well..... get crack'n then lol. Cheers Bevan
  9. Great scheme choice Brad. Looking forward to the start. Cheers Bevan
  10. Gazz, what a great result! I love the weathering a great deal and think youve kept it in tune with your reference.Those aerials do look the biz and you've done a great job fairing them in after the paint was done. Speaking of paint the squiggle pattern came up a real treat! Well done. Cheers Bevan
  11. Gaz, give Craig a call from Aeroworks in Adelaide Cheers Bevan
  12. Looking good mate. Cheers Bevan
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