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Allok

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About Allok

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    Never eat more than you can lift (Miss Piggy)
  • Birthday 02/21/1969

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    Christchurch, New Zealand
  • Interests
    Umm... Building plastic kitsets? Have built aicraft in 1/144, 1/72, 1/48, 1/32, 1/24 & now 1/350! Also built SciFi, Armour, Ships, Autos & figures in various scales. Have specialised in N-scale New Zealand Rail (1/160, scratch-built) and now 1/32-scale Royal New Zealand Airforce. I also enjoy a good movie and I'm a bit of a Mercedes Benz fan.
  1. Looks good. Great subject too.
  2. Hey there Kev. All that hard work paid off Mate. Looks terrific.
  3. Looks terrific. The decals really bring it to life too. Nice work.
  4. I have just been hit by this (I'm in New Zealand) and I haven't shopped at Hannants in years. Actually, the last international charge I did was through Paypal but who knows when the info may have been stolen... Same M.O. as everyone else. First a small charge and then a large one shortly after. Stay vigilant people.
  5. Aftershocks still keeping everyone on edge. They appear to be settling down a bit but there are still a few big ones rolling through. Recent activity.
  6. Allok

    1:32 Jajuar

    This looks HOT! And unbelievably overdue. Well done Trumpeter.
  7. If you don't want to wait for the HC release, you always buy a Combat kit. I'll take one of each please.
  8. Completed, at long last; Better late than never.
  9. Seeing as HobbyCraft will be releasing a 1/32-scale Bf 109B in 2009, I will not be proceeding with this build. The HobbyCraft issue will complete the entire 109 series as far as injection kits go, can't wait to get mine.
  10. A couple of progress pics showing the beginings of the camo.
  11. Thanks for the encouragement, guys. The earlier pics a possibly slightly deceiving. Prior to painting the camo, I usually assemble the entire airframe to make it easier to tidy up seams and joins. This also tends to include a few little things such as aerials, pitots and under-wing hard points. Things like the undercarriage, clear parts and props are dry fitted so I know they won't disturb the paint when they are finally attached. RLM02 is next, see you guys at the weekend.
  12. All major construction is complete;
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