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Peterpools

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Hi Mike
I always appreciate fine work and the effort that goes into it. Not many wouod tackle a 40 year old kit and but the effort into it to look so good.
Keep 'em comong
Peter

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1/32 HK/Fisher Conversion F.8 Meteor A77-207 No. 77
Kimpo AFB, Korea 1951
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M.Brindos

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 Thanks Peter. I will keep 'em coming.  [wink]
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Pepper-Mint

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Lovely indeed ! The bomb is top-notch ! Yes, keep them coming. 
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Brundledonk

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Mike the bomb paintwork is inspired ! That's a weapon with a real sting in the tail lol

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SimonD

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Lol love the bomb Mike, nice work. Can just see the Axis troops looking up going "What the....!!" lol
Did well with those old decals too, they can't have been fun. [smile]

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Tamiya 1:32 Supermarine Spitfire Mk.XVIe

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Wowzers that is great I love that bomb, something to cheer the victim up in their last moments on earth before they're blown to bits.
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TedUSA

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Mike, you have turned that simple old kit into a real interesting finish! love the colors, decals, and of course, that bomb!
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M.Brindos

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THANK YOU Ted! lol. I was learning how my AB worked with this one. I had a blast painting it.  [biggrin]
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I am by no means a "pro" with my AB's, but I feel more comfortable.When I first started I would actually shake and had to stop every few seconds and check everything. Mass confusion. Scared to death the first few times I took the AB completely apart. I watched Bob's video about the Veda 180 over and over. Still have so much to learn about ALL of the modeling skills.I am still saying that I will be doing standard work after about 20 kits or so. At least I hope I will.
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