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  1. Thanks - it was pretty simple really. Pulled some gauze into a wispy shape then sprayed some Woodland Scenics glue on it a few times, bending and rolling as I went. Also used a brush to paint streaks with glue then sprinkled Woodland Scenics snow over and shook off the excess.
  2. I've used them a couple of times and I really like them. They work a treat. They are easy to trim to whatever size you need. Graham
  3. Here’s a few pics of the Hasegawa Harrier GR.9 (ZD320) assigned to BAe for testing and evaluation purposes. The Vingtor decals for this were used, as were some kit plus the Eduard GR.7/9 stencil set. Also used Eduard’s TIALD Pod (with a pylon made from the strake) and GR.7 Cockpit Details; Reskit GBU-24s and AIM-9M; and L’Arsenal’s Paveway IV. Metallic Details weighted wheels and gear detail PE were added too. I had a bit of trouble with the canopy - originally I intended to use the Phase Hangar det cord, but somehow ended up with some residual glue on the plastic which needed t
  4. Reedoak has some nice figures http://reedoak.com/#!/US-Army/c/72627697/offset=10 Didn't see a standing crew chief but maybe one of the other figures could work for you. Graham
  5. Here’s some pics of my recently completed Harrier GR.5 in the Pegasus 11-61 (up-powered engine) livery – decals by Vingtor. To add some interest I integrated the GR.7 engine from Blackdog with my premise being that the engine as trialed in the GR.5 before being used in the GR.7. The engine is a pretty good drop in fit and while I was worried about how to paint it the process went pretty easily with a fine paint brush. Also used an Aires MB 12 ejection seat, some PE from a GR.7 upgrade set (Eduard) and Metallic Details detailing set for wheels and cockpit. Also used the weighted
  6. I've got a bagged Monogram harrier kit (#5420) you could have - no charge except shipping. Graham
  7. Those came out so nice - you're going to have to market those suckers! What an incredible amount of thought and effort you've put into this. Graham
  8. Good morning, Gary - I was wondering if you still had this kit available for sale? Graham
  9. Wow - that's a great solution for those pesky slats! I think they also use those on the outboard side - so flat on the inboard, cambered on the slat between the engines and outboard of the engine.
  10. Some pics in this might help - I'd say the curved end is outboard (pic on page 18). Let e know if you can't see the file and I'll figure out how to get it to you some other way - it's a collection of info I put together for when I get to doing one myself! Graham 1304968791_747FlapAssembly.docx
  11. That's beautiful - lovely finish on the paint!
  12. Anybody have this sculling about their shelves?! Graham
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