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  1. I did Art at school in Years 9&10. We were big fans of Frank Frazetta's fantasy art. Some of the kids were really good at replicating his style. I was shoot-house at it 😁. But when I revisited some of his pics lately, I got an idea. I'll probably not include the hot looking naked fairy girl unless I can find a suitable 1/48 figure 😉 & the other bits in the air! I'm using some old Tamiya WW2 groundcrew figures and some spare pilots for the spaceman. I've made a little progress on this, but need to add more detail with Epoxy then sand very carefully to shape. Lots more fiddly stuff to do on this guy! I'll probably use the spare transparent fuselage parts from a 1/48 Fouga Magister for his spacecraft.
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