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Its been a long time since i havent ordered so much paint!! 

 

im gradually switching from humbrol to AK paint. and there was a 20% off sale after xmas so i went a little crazy 

 

im really enjoying these pains, not as amazing as mrp (got some recently for my su-33 project) but all off these cost me 120 canadian pesos (shipping & taxes inc) (3.47 cad each) from greathobbies.com

 

i also grabbed a set of weathering pens to give them a try

 

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On 1/8/2021 at 11:27 AM, Neo said:

im really enjoying these pains, not as amazing as mrp (got some recently for my su-33 project) but all off these cost me 120 canadian pesos (shipping & taxes inc) (3.47 cad each) from greathobbies.com

The AK paints  do spray nicely and that was a great deal on them. 

 

I've been dealing with them for a long time, originally for RC car stuff. 

 

This is my latest purchase from them. 

 

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120 Loonies shipped was hard to say no to. I've got the Tamiya 1/12 935 on its way to me from them. Should arrive next week. 

 

Carl

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So LSP stands for Large Scale Porsches right?:P

 

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Ok, ok, must stay on target.

 

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I've been wanting to do a Death Star trench diorama from a while. This just made it a bit easier. I've got Bandai's Tie Fighters and Tie Advanced in the stash so it's ready to go now. 

 

Carl

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3 hours ago, Uncarina said:

Great Carl! What scale is it? I can’t wait for them to release a Razorcrest.

 

Cheers,  Tom

 

Tom, it's 1/144 so won't be too big once it's done. 

 

As for the Razor Crest, Revell has announced one in 1/72 coming out this year. 

 

Carl

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1 hour ago, Stokey Pete said:

Not sure how jealous this may make anyone, but I’ve just managed to ship a 4kg parcel of LSP raffle goodies, across to Canada for the measly sum of £26/$35, instead of a potential £91/$123. That’s what I call a RESULT! 

I wouldn't count those chickens until they arrive safely and hatch, but that is nicely done!

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9 hours ago, Subodai said:

I wouldn't count those chickens until they arrive safely and hatch, but that is nicely done!

Just had word from the lucky recipient. Arrived and safe. 7 day trip from the UK to BC, Canada. 
I’ve discovered a new, and added bonus to being married to a FedEx troubleshooter. 

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10 hours ago, Stokey Pete said:

Not sure how jealous this may make anyone, but I’ve just managed to ship a 4kg parcel of LSP raffle goodies, across to Canada for the measly sum of £26/$35, instead of a potential £91/$123. That’s what I call a RESULT! 

 

I'd certainly think those beefy books would have some weight to them, for sure. Thanks again for donating them, Pete, that was a nice gesture on your part.

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