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Kit'n'Kaboodle

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OMG, those are some teeny-tiny Swordfish!  Amazing work!
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Fantastic project with historical significance. I’m still blown away by the planes! Best wishes as the paint goes on!
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Very interesting to see the wash bottles in the background... this kit is very VERY tiny 😅
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Very interesting to see the wash bottles in the background... this kit is very VERY tiny 😅


I had not even noticed those Fabian! Now my mind is really really boggled!

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It's not that small after all. Emagine my 1/700 Flyhawk Campbletown is two times smaller than this! 😉
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I would have to see them side by side but my mind is boggled
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Ho whaouw... this one is very nice too. 
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Some Island details.
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And new toys! 😃
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Now Hermes is ready for the painting. 
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Oh wow, those tiny PE details are looking amazing! Enjoy your new toys [smile]
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Got my popcorn ready for the paint work
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Ooooh gosh... wonder how you could do this... it is far beyond my skills. I'm very impressed !!!
One thing pleaaaaaase.. will you give a little review of your viper airbrush... ?looks really cool !!!

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Ooooh gosh... wonder how you could do this... it is far beyond my skills. I'm very impressed !!!
One thing pleaaaaaase.. will you give a little review of your viper airbrush... ?looks really cool !!!


Thanks! 😉 It only lools scare, but then you start building it - it goes very well. 
Yes, I do a little review here. But I think after finish painting the carrier. I planing to use Lifecolors here and they are very strange ones. Water based. Cog on the niddle tip often and so on. Adding new airbrush here can ne very bad idea...
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Very nice so far.  I have in my stash 4 1/700 warships from Trumpeter: 1915 HMS Warspite, 1915 HMS Dreadnought, HMS Renown Battlecruiser 1942, and last but no means least HMS Valiant 1939 what I keep picking up and putting down.  I'm not scared of them, I cut my modelling teeth on doing Airfix's 1/600 warships back in the day.  All the paint I have bought for these are lacquer based and not going to spay or hand paint them inside my flat. I'll wait until my mancave is up and running.
 
As a footnote, if you think Roden bad you need to try the Airfix Camal in there 100 years set it was almost not fit for purpose.


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