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Armour / Re: Need help... again!
« Last post by strobez on Today at 06:52:01 am »
I haven’t abandoned the 1/72 scale, I still plan to continue in that for all my Tintin projects as well as more detailed Area 88 builds - probably incorporating the kits you linked to (especially the Trumpetor one).

I will also probably end up doing some dios in that scale in a few years when I move back to my house in Canada and out of my small apartment in Korea.  But for now, space being at a premium, I want to constrain my “in action” projects a bit.  I recently got a 1/144 747 kit and that one seemed big enough to be sure. ;)

I can’t say I haven’t waffled a bit though - especially after amassing several Area 88 kits in 1/100.  I bought them for the 1/24 figures included, but have started considering what I might do with the rest... :)
Now that looks very smart  :thumbsup:
That really does look the business, fantastic  :bow:
Something similar to that was unveiled at Farnborough today  ;)

Looking really good
Armour / Re: Su-100 Zvezda 1/35
« Last post by NARSES2 on Today at 06:31:44 am »
We have a saying "a silk purse from a sow's ear" meaning a great result from a poor starting point , and if that's a bad kit then you've certainly done that.

Looks really, really good  :thumbsup:
Aircraft, Armor, Weapons and Ships by Topic / Re: Helicopter payloads
« Last post by NARSES2 on Today at 06:24:54 am »
That does look an awesome piece of kit.  :thumbsup:

Thanks JCF.

Does indeed and one I wasn't even vaguely aware of
Model Kit News / Re: Airfix
« Last post by NARSES2 on Today at 06:22:49 am »

Gould! ive been out of that buisness two and a half years and I can still recall most of that guff...........................................................

And you'll carry on remembering it Martin. I can still remember the detail of loads of stuff and I retired from the steel industry 11 years ago.
Modeling Blogs / Re: Zenrat's Flying Circus
« Last post by NARSES2 on Today at 06:20:35 am »

Now in Knutsford having a laundry and chores day.

As one does in Knutsford, at least when one's not singing about it  ;)

Glad you had a good journey over, and yes they have done a good job with the Great Eastern Hotel  :thumbsup:

The Head of Steam was renamed after the Doric Arch (it wasn't actually an arch) that was outside Euston Station until 1961 when the old station was redeveloped - read torn down  :banghead: Euston has no character what so ever.
Back before I had good references, and quality diverse decals, so I did it by hand.  I'll forgive myself for the inaccuracy  :lol:

Ah.  Then I painted my 100 wrong.  But to be fair, I was a teenager...
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