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Modeling Blogs / Re: Steel Penguins braying
« Last post by Steel Penguin on Yesterday at 10:57:35 am »
Kit   sort of, ive got a length / chunk of wet and dry masking taped to a piece of laminate floor boarding  :thumbsup:  big enough for me at the mo. and runs no risk of the press smash shatter option of me, my luck and glass  :thumbsup:

Zenrat  Just a bought at the moment,  ;D 
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My Stash Just Grew Again / Re: My stash just grew again 2018.
« Last post by Nick on Yesterday at 10:31:28 am »
Latest in the jetliners club:
*******

There's one more I'm looking to get pretty soon in the Air Korya livery. I forget what the plane itself was, though...   :unsure:


Most likely a Tu-134. AZ Models do one of these, available from all good model stores.

Some of my friends actually flew on one of these to Pyongyang (and back again  :o ) a few years ago. Apparently they are banned from flying anywhere in the world other than China to North Korea because of poor maintenance!
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My Stash Just Grew Again / Re: My stash just grew again 2018.
« Last post by chrisonord on Yesterday at 10:20:50 am »
I think it moved when I clamped it as the tape would not hold it down. Annoying is an understatement
Chris
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The "WHIF's You Have Found" / Re: Whifs found on deviantART
« Last post by scooter on Yesterday at 09:45:59 am »
Looks like they were hitting the Jäger pretty hard...
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The "WHIF's You Have Found" / Re: Whifs found on deviantART
« Last post by Tophe on Yesterday at 09:23:25 am »
VERY interesting!!! :wub: Thanks a lot! :thumbsup:
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General Modeling topics / "Sinai Grey"
« Last post by JayBee on Yesterday at 09:01:50 am »
I need some help (OK I know that many of you have said that before, but....)
What is the best colour to use for the sandy-grey that the Israelis use for their AFVs.
Is it available from one of the paint manufacturer.
I am happy with either Acrylic or enamel.

Shalom.
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The "WHIF's You Have Found" / Re: Whifs found on deviantART
« Last post by perttime on Yesterday at 08:48:41 am »
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Wednesday 17th January 2018

I thought that I would chance my luck and go down the path of car bodies from slot cars. The plan was to blacken the glazed windows and buy the axles plus wheels separately, putting a false floor.
Trying to source British/European tour cars in 1/24 scale is almost impossible but the smaller 1/32 scale is very popular,as you can get the whole car in secondhand shops. The used and abused are in my price range.
The Rover SDi caught my attention, I have seen pictures of the estate version but I wonder if they did a saloon/booted concept or two door convertible? I'll have to see how many I can get hold of.
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The F.16 is superb  :bow:
Thanks, bud!!! One of my favorites now on the shelf.   ;D
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The retro scheme on that F-16 is brilliant, Brad! Utterly brilliant! :bow: :bow:


I tried but couldn't actually find any reviews or build pages of this specific kit so I have no clue if it's a beast or builds up like a dream.

That's 'coz they were handwritten on papyrus.

The retro scheme on that F-16 is brilliant, Brad! Utterly brilliant! :bow: :bow:


What Wombie said, it REALLY looks the business!  :thumbsup:
If ya can't beat 'em, join 'em!!! I.E. if you can't get behind the plane get behind the paint job amiright?! One of my favorites. No one will ever convince me that the U.S. pre war stuff weren't having the best, most artistic, most great paint schemes around.  ;D

This P40 is either a really huge model or that is a tiny cutting mat.

  ;D ;D  Itty bitty!!  It's 4x8 America Units (inches). I think it's .... probably the most wee size of these you can get. It sure comes in handy for me here because I'l strapped for space. Funny thing is it sat around for over 20 years never being used but recently I've used it more and more as I need widths of tape that I don't have and need to cut my own. This thing is great!!
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