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How do you get it so good -other than skill and patience ??????
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Modelling Projects / Re: MSea Army
« Last post by MSea on Today at 04:28:05 PM »
Very nice.
Haddock.

Its not a ship but good fro a rest between working on the Orel.
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Beautiful.
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Not that you can see much but here's some signal halyards and aerial wires.
Haddock.
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Modelling Projects / Re: MSea Army
« Last post by Haddock on Today at 03:40:37 PM »
Very nice.
Haddock.
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Modelling Projects / Re: MSea Army
« Last post by MSea on Today at 02:23:29 PM »
Left arm and shield added.
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Modelling Projects / Re: MSea Army
« Last post by MSea on Today at 01:49:59 PM »
I can't be blamed - well I don't think I can !!!!!!
Nobody came back with a choice of names from the list so I let "she who must be obeyed" choose - and she thought a Zaciphant sounded the best - so sorry Zak but you should have dropped one of the others in it, now its your turn.
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Modelling Projects / Re: Roden 1:35 Holt 75 Artillery Tractor
« Last post by zak on Today at 12:42:27 PM »
On the corrugated roof there are a nasty lot of sink holes, right down the middle.
This is the first application of filler.
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Modelling Projects / Re: Roden 1:35 Holt 75 Artillery Tractor
« Last post by zak on Today at 09:01:48 AM »
More assembly.
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Modelling Projects / Re: Roden 1:35 Holt 75 Artillery Tractor
« Last post by zak on Today at 09:00:57 AM »
Back from the Isle of Wight.
This kit reminds me more and more of an older offering, considering it dates from 2018, there is a lot of holes to fill and things to fettle.
Here are the mud guard, they come as a flat piece that folds up into the required shape.
Quite a lot of filler is evident.

So lots of extra work to do - that means it will not be finished till about 3 o'clock today - hohoho
Hope you had a good time in the Isle of Wight  - any good model shops ?????
I didn't find any, but then I did not look very hard.
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