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Uncarina last won the day on December 28 2021

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  1. Beautiful work and presentation Ernest! You did the kit justice, and the vignettes with your figures really sets your builds apart. Well done! Cheers, Tom
  2. Go Nic Go! I am loving this reference series. Cheers, Tom
  3. She is a beauty, and inspiration for my eventual build! Cheers, Tom
  4. Nice work on the crew! This is a beautiful aircraft and you are bringing her to life. Cheers, Tom
  5. Daniel, Have you thought about requesting this at https://www.scalemodelpaintmasks.com/?_fromLogin=1 ? There might already be some useful files (eg, national markings) posted there. Cheers, Tom
  6. I too am in the process of reorganizing the hobby room and am especially interested in the idea of a portable spray booth. Does anyone produce these? In the meantime, based on the suggestion of a friend and fellow LSP modeler, I ordered two wall-mounted paint storage racks designed for nail polish, $22 each: https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B09CFZQYPQ/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Cheers, Tom
  7. Nice one Jari! Cheers, Tom
  8. I had no real idea just how massive this beast is until I saw your printing photos. Epic! Cheers, Tom
  9. That beast must have some weight! Well done. Cheers, Tom
  10. I couldn’t imagine a nicer home for her Jennings! Cheers, Tom
  11. This is an excellent reference photo Jari, thanks! Cheers, Tom
  12. “I called out, ‘This is it, boys. Here we go.’ In full fury P-Peter surged down the runway. Beautiful, beautiful thing though she was, she still swung to port like every Lanc I ever flew. I advanced the port outer throttle to keep her straight, and then progressive right rudder. But she was past the renowned point of no return soon enough and asking me to pull back the column. Then we were riding the air and on our way.” — Luck and a Lancaster: Chance and Survival in World War II (Airlife Classics) by Harry Yates https://a.co/3IkCBJK
  13. That is incredible! Max, I am glad you got to experience this. Cheers, Tom
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