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    Aircraft<br>Armored vehicles<br>Ancient History<br>Science in general<br>War movies

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  1. All I see in both of your posts is Spot. Chris
  2. Oh, I don't mind using a hosting service at all. Even on forums where I can use the built-in service, I still usually use Flickr. Mostly because it's just habit now. I'm too old the change now! Chris
  3. So, I have to use Flickr's SHARE option on this forum now. Chris
  4. All they have is the Mr. Hobby Aqueous. I have some of that but it doesn't quite match the Gunze-Sangyo colour. Here is a comparison for the two, photographed from two different angles. Close, but no cigar! Chris
  5. Does anybody in North America have a bottle of this to spare? I used up my last bit spraying my Airfix Hurricane but I still need a bit more for touch-ups. I know it's not made anymore, but the Mr. Hobby Aqueous H-72 doesn't match. Chris
  6. I use Flickr: [img]https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/50611791326_de58eaba6e_c.jpg[/img] Or, on the odd occasion that Flickr isn't working, I use Village.Photos: How odd! Flickr has always worked. I've used it here before. Chris
  7. After a 30+ year gap, I have started building kits ( well, one kit ) again and have just started using an airbrush ( Badger 150 IL ). So far, I have used some Tamiya with their X20A thinner and some Gunze-Sangyo Aqueous with Mr. Color Leveling Thinner. Both have worked quite well, with no problems. I've been using 99% Iso for easy cleanup. Chris
  8. Nicely done, but both ailerons shouldn't/wouldn't be down at the same time. They could both be in the neutral position or one up and one down. Also, no yellow on the prop tips? Chris
  9. These: https://www.super-hobby.com/products/Horten-Go-229.html https://www.super-hobby.com/products/Flying-Saucer-Haunebu-II.html https://www.super-hobby.com/products/Focke-Wulf-TL-jager-Flitzer.html https://www.super-hobby.com/products/Arado-Ar555.html https://www.super-hobby.com/products/German-IIWW-experimental-jet-plane-Messerschmitt-Me-P.1099B-Heavy-Fighter.html https://www.super-hobby.com/products/Blohm-and-Voss-BV-P-194.html https://www.super-hobby.com/products/Arado-Ar-240-C-2-Nightfighter.html
  10. Somewhere, a number of years ago, I can across an article online, telling how to make a spiral mask, for any scale. Unfortunately, 3 years ago I suffered a hard drive crash. I was fortunate to not loose too much info, but I did loose that. I haven't been able to find it again. Chris
  11. dogsbody

    B-29

    I've got this AeroMaster sheet: Chris
  12. What advise? You either use the built-in photo/file downloader or you use a photo hosting site like Flickr, Imgur, Village.Photos or some other site. It ain't rocket science. Chris
  13. Some photographic evidence, please! Chris
  14. There are plenty of birch trees across the street and down to the river. I'll always have some form of butt cleaner. Chris
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