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Uncarina

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  1. Oh that’s pretty sweet Jeff! I’m the same way, not into riding them, but they look awesome just standing still. This in 1/4 scale might be of interest: https://uk.pocher.com/products/ducati-1299-pannigale-r-final-edition-hk117 Cheers, Tom
  2. Brilliant! So say we all. Cheers, Tom
  3. Something fun that doesn't involve painting: Cheers, Tom
  4. In case you want the Whirlwind... https://spruebrothers.com/ Cheers, Tom
  5. If anyone can make this work, it’s you! Great work so far. Cheers, Tom
  6. Never mind, here it is: https://www.whirlwindfighterproject.co.uk/ Cheers, Tom
  7. Thanks Jerry. Do you have a link? Cheers, Tom
  8. Stellar work! To me a mark of an exceptional build is when I get my creative juices flowing for starting my own build after watching work like this. I think you and Brett have changed the way we all would approach building this amazing aircraft. Model on! Cheers, Tom
  9. Thanks for checking in. Right now I am on glorious holiday swimming with sea turtles and kayaking off the coast of Big Island Hawaii, then when I get home next week I’m off to go camping and fishing for several weeks in Baja California. I’m living my modeling life vicariously these days! Cheers, Tom
  10. Shapeways would be a great venue to release an “A” and “D” instrument panel. The Kangnam/Academy kits have mold release holes in the middle of them, amidst the dials. Cheers, Tom
  11. I’ve looked for years myself without result. I’m experimenting with making my own instrument panel for the Academy kit when I get around to building it using a Silhouette Portrait cutter. In any case, model on! Cheers, Tom
  12. It’s taking shape, both impressively good and fast! I remember fiddling with those 14 throttle levers: a real test of patience, but you pulled it off nicely. You might want to double check the access railing color. I seem to recall reading somewhere that the yellow color was a postwar addition for restored warbirds. I’ve been wrong before however! Cheers, Tom
  13. Happy Birthday! Hope you have a wonderful day spending the time doing things that you enjoy the most. Cheers, Tom
  14. What a beautiful car! You’ll do it justice for sure. Cheers, Tom
  15. It’s coming together really nicely, and your extra details really help bring it to life! Cheers, Tom
  16. Not from me, too much on my plate, but one day! Cheers, Tom
  17. Thanks John! I certainly had an element of luck. Yes, between the excess heat affecting my airbrushing and travel plans (Kona next week then later an extended trip to Baja California), I live my modeling life vicariously these days! Hope you’re having a great summer. Cheers, Tom
  18. Tim you are taking this build to the extreme! I love it. Cheers, Tom
  19. What’s not to love: https://www.themodellingnews.com/2021/06/ohh-humanityas-takom-releases-pair-of.html#more Cheers, Tom
  20. That’s what I love about the ZM kits! Michael, you are bringing it to life. Cheers, Tom
  21. Here are a few online references I’ve found or others have shared with me: https://www.haraldjoergens.com/panoramas/lancaster/ http://www.primeportal.net/hangar/dave_kitchel/lancaster/ https://www.magicscalemodeling.com/blog (includes some reference photos) https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=emb_logo&time_continue=300&v=lESDVlbpJAY Hope these are of use! Cheers, Tom
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