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Hi all - I thought I'd say hello from Melbourne , Australia . I marvel at your work and am wanting to learn more about weathering and general model making ( although I must admit I've been building models for over 30 years - most of my models look like they have rolled off the production line )

I can't post pics for a while but will when I'm allowed - my main love is ADF Aircraft and especially the RAAF Mirage

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         Hey you gotta post your picture !!   :hi:

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Sorry I'm a little late to the party but here's my mug.  My friend Paul (left) and myself on the 18th green at Harbour Town Golf Course in January 17.  Before I played it, every time I watched the RBC Heritage Classic and someone missed an incredibly short, easy looking putt, I'd say to myself, "How could you miss a putt like that?"  Now I know EXACTLY how they could miss a putt like that.  It was like putting on a tile floor.

 

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Mike

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I guess my old pics are gone, so he's me and by much, much better half.

I think I had this up before.

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Time to revive this fantastic thread.

 

Here's me and a modeller friend before I got back to aircraft modelling. I used to sculpt and produce figures, mostly Native Americans.

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In front of a LSP. Rivet counters would have a field day with this exhibit.

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With my other toys

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Cheers,

Quang

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Time to revive this fantastic thread.

 

Here's me and a modeller friend before I got back to aircraft modelling. I used to sculpt and produce figures, mostly Native Americans.

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In front of a LSP. Rivet counters would have a field day with this exhibit.

 

 

 

Would certainly be interesting to see some of your Native American figures Quang if you ever have the inclination to share some. I can see there being worlds of opportunity for colorful and mesmerizing Native American figures  . 

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Much obliged, Brian.

 

Here are some of my figures. I did the sculpting, painting, casting, photographing... The Mandan Buffalo Dancer was the last figure I sculpted. It was 6 years ago,... an eternity.

 

 

Crow warrior 1850. 90mm figure

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Kicking Bear. Lakota warrior 1870. 120mm figure

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Valerio. Chiricahua Apache 1880. 120mm figure

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Mandan Buffalo Dancer 1830. 120mm figure

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Cheers,

Quang

 

 

 

 

 

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