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MH 60 Academy SeaHawk. 1/35 scale.

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Guest Peterpools

Oliver

I need to lay down before I fall off the chair ... Geez does the scene look tremendous

Keep 'em comin

Peter

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Guest Clunkmeister

Unbelievable! Speechless,

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That looks fantastic. Very realistic colours and finish.

 

You have nailed the stealth helicopter.

 

Good one...I am going to use that one...count on it.  stealth helicopter...LOL

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Guest Peterpools

Oliver

Gorgeous, just simply gorgeous work

Keep ‘em comin

Peter

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Your skill-set is simply remarkable, Oliver.  Following your progress is a delight.  Did you draw/produce your decals?  Is your figure painting bud local to you and a member of SCAHMS?

 

Thank you.

Sincerely,

Mark

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Your skill-set is simply remarkable, Oliver.  Following your progress is a delight.  Did you draw/produce your decals?  Is your figure painting bud local to you and a member of SCAHMS?

 

Thank you.

Sincerely,

Mark

 

Hi

I used the decals supplied for the tractor and some from a F4 set. Figures were done by one of the top figure painter in Spain.

Oliver

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Hi there. Please don't take this the wrong way, your work is so good and I admire it greatly. This is also your model and your vision, so do ignore me entirely on that basis too. But I was struck looking at the pictures this morning that the vehicles felt a little too "dusty". This is a carrier where I assume (I have never been on one at sea), dust is less of an issue but salt spray and rain are more common. I wasn't getting that sense of sea weathering, but that is purely an opinion.

As I said, your work is spectacular.

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