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SQLModeller

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  1. Excellent! Loved the black & white picture- very RKO!! Cant wait for the next episode!
  2. Yes! It's like watching those old RKO Flash Gordon episodes! When the next one! Also liked the F15 lizard camo!
  3. Here's my 1:72 scale US Navy A-E6 Intruder - decked out as VA-36 Roadrunners - 1993 USS T Rooservelt. It's the Tamiya kit built straight from the box. Heres looking from above Used the black basing then marbling effect with a pale blue grey Air paint, followed by Future for the varnishing. Went a bit darker then I was hoping for, but was overall happy with the colour.
  4. Again amazingly Good! Thanks for keeping me entertained!
  5. Again u have made my daily commute between London and Kent very enjoyable! Can't wait for the next one!
  6. Just catching up with your last set of photos Gary, again fantastic pictures! Loved the ones with the insignias around the wrong way, glad to see I'm not the only one who gets this wrong. Although mine are only on the models!
  7. Excellent photos Gary! The A10 is my favourite aircraft ever - brings back happy memories of cycling up to Lakenheath and Mildenhall as a kid and watching them come in. I am looking to build one in the near future so I will be using the great shots for reference.
  8. Thanks HeavyArty, I was debating whether to try and cut and convert the head and blades to make it look like they were folded. But as you say the rotor head and blades are wrong and the tail could not be folded so no point. I'm doing a navy diorama at the moment (currently have in the display case forum a KA-6, building a prowler at the moment and then an A6) can you suggest a good 1/72 Seahawk with folding blades etc?
  9. Very nice pictures Gary. Do you know what this fin flash means? Is it just a different colour for each squadron?
  10. Here's my take on the SH-60B Seahawk. It's an old Hasegawa 1/72 kit straight from the box build.
  11. It's the Italeri KA-6D 1/72 model. Not sure how old the the product is, but I'm guessing 90s. I added no extras so all the tanks came out of the box, 2 on each wing and one more belly tank. I had to add loads of weight in the nose and the large decal on the vertical stabiliser was a bugger to get on! I'm currently building a 1/72 prowler, which will be followed by an A6 and then a S3 Viking. I have already done a Seahawk so will post a picture of this too. So as you can see I'm really into the USN aircraft at the moment.
  12. Just finished and this is my first posting - hope the link works!
  13. Great video - 1st one I have seen, so will go back and check out your others!
  14. Nice looking model - I normally use Tamyia tape for my seat belts, but I like the way the putty can be used to bend to make the belts look real. I'm going to try this on my next one - thanks for the tip!
  15. I was unable to watch my ipad on the train journey home and found this strangely addictive!! When is the next instalment?
  16. Very nice picture! Would love to build one like that - does anyone know if u can get a 1/72 version? Even if it was a civil version, I guess you could scratch build the rest...?
  17. Really nice pictures Gary, loved the C2 greyhound.
  18. Looking very nice! I'm currently building a ka-6 1/72 - got it all buttoned up and as I was masking up the cock pit for spraying and the flight instrument panel becomes unstuck! It's now rattling around the inside of the cock pit.
  19. cheers - thanks for the info
  20. great photos Gary! I'm not an expert on the C-130, just wondering why that C-130P (?) has a vey square nose? Do you know whats unde there?
  21. This isn't flying, this isĀ falling with style.

  22. Excellent! I'm currently building the 1/72 tanker version. If I make it look half as good as this one I will be happy!
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