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  1. Ha! For some reason I was thinking it was "The Next Generation" version of the Romulan BoP! This one from the original series is definitely a nice sized project. Thanks for sharing the video, too!
  2. That would be a huge kit. Curious to see some pics of it.
  3. That is so cool! I wasn't aware that the model kit included the furry critter! 😎
  4. Beyond cool!!! What an original and well done idea to have it glow in the dark and yet still look fantastic with the lights on. Wow!
  5. Great job with the finish and the lighting! Love the Tribble on display.
  6. Beautiful build and classy looking base. Well done!!
  7. A good F-86A kit in 1/48 scale would be a multiple purchase kit for me. Great job so far on your's, Raptor1 !
  8. Amazing project!!! I'll definitely be using your work as a guide when I'm ready to begin my kit. Thank you for sharing so much of your work. Truly appreciated. Alex
  9. Excellent job! Love the subtle weathering, throughout.
  10. Fantastic finish on a great model. Well done!
  11. The "J" version of the P-38 will definitely sell considerably more than the current iteration. I would be picking up at least 2 or 3 for sure.
  12. I was advised that my kit has shipped or will be shipping out shortly. Looking forward to seeing it in-hand. If I'm fortunate enough to win the two kits, I'll keep one and give the other one to another builder to enjoy.
  13. Great job so far. Looking forward to more updates.
  14. Thank you so much for the comparison, nspreitler! Truly appreciated. Would you be able to show a comparison of the engine locations as well, as the initial photos showed that the outboard engines appeared to be way to high in placement.
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