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  1. And now for something completely different! Revell's 1/72nd scale Shackleton MR3 is a lovely kit. Very well engineered. No fit problems at all! Surface detail is very fine and nicely done. Has the option of a Phase 2 or 3 variant, with the Viper jet engines. I don't usually do 72nd, but this kit was an absolute joy to build. Painted with Tamiya acrylics. Thanks for looking Angelo.
  2. Revell's all new P51 D is a lovely, straightforward kit with no vices. I added a set of etched seat belts, and the rest was out of the box. Painted with Humbrol enamels. Thanks for looking Angelo.
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    SAAB Viggen

    Tarangus SAAB Viggen 1/48th scale. I added a resin seat from Pavla, which was too wide & deep! Turned brass pitots from Master and I used a mask set from Maestro Models to achieve the camouflage pattern which was painted with Humbrol enamels & Tamiya acrylics. The mask set drove me right round the bend & back! I really struggled to figure out how to get the pieces in the right place. Kit went together well, nicely engineered with lovely detail. Now for the 1/32nd scale one! Thanks for looking. Angelo
  4. Thanks for you comments. Unfortunately I didn't do a WIP
  5. Thank you, please do!
  6. HPH's kit of the Fw-189. A very advanced resin kit with detail that would make mainstream injection moulding companies quiver with fear to reproduce. Definitely no "shake & bake" kit with a number of challenges, but an enjoyable if taxing build. Painted with Xtracolor enamels and Tamiya acrylics. Thanks for looking. Angelo
  7. Top of my "Must get list!":)
  8. I'd be honoured if you did! Thanks everyone, I'm glad you like it
  9. Trumpeter's 1/32nd scale 109-G2 Tropical. A straight forward kit with no pitfalls. It assembles easily and has lovely surface details. Painted with Tamiya acrylics & Xtracolor enamels. Thanks for looking Angelo
  10. This is my "Lock Down Build" of Eduard's kit of the Emil. A nice little kit, with some fine panel lines and subtle surface detail. Goes together well, with no dramas. Included in the kit were resin wheels, and etched parts, with pre coloured ones for the cockpit (I'm not too sure about the colour of the instrument panel though!) The decals are from Xtradecal and are of a machine of an unknown unit operating on the Channel coast. Painted with Xtracolor enamels. Thanks for looking Angelo
  11. This is the Hobby Boss (Tristar?) 1/35th scale Fiesler Storch. The only after market details were some seat belts from the Radu Brisnan range. A fairly straight forward kit with no major vices. Done in Italian markings for a change, of an aeroplane based in North Africa. Painted with Xtracolor enamels. Thanks for looking Angelo
  12. That is a lovely looking F-102! You've done a great job on that
  13. Got Ed White finished. Using plastic card, self adhesive aluminium foil, & wire, I added detail to the heavily modified kit figure. To the original torso I added arms & legs from Airfix 1/24th pilots, then smoothed the figure over with Milliput, and Humbrol filler.
  14. Gemini 4 launched on the 3rd of June 1965. The crew was Ed White & James McDivitt Ed White carried out the USA's first EVA My reason for being so interested in this out of all the Gemini missions is I was born on the 2nd of June 1965. The Revell kit of the space craft is based on the non flying boiler plate version of the capsule so there are some incorrect details, also there were variations between missions. To accurise & detail the model I am using after market from LVM Studios & Real Space: Thanks for looking Angelo
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