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nigel56

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I had a Aunty like that...we used to call her the Moseley Troll. She used to put a polo in her tea and the sugar in her handbag...she was always in the cellar.
So to me...your Normal, sunshine [rofl]
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Awesome Build and recovery. Congrats to another great model.
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Haha, don't be shy Pete. You are inspiring me a great deal with your work. I'm fascinated by this hobby and you and your work are a great part of this fascination. Very well done mate!
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Well done on getting over the line, it's a real beauty and one to be proud of
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So glad that sanity prevailed after the "crash" and we all get to see the spectacular finished product. I think the pictures are great. true that an overcast sky is the best "filtered" light source you can get. Still plan to make a portable photo "box" for shooting my pictures someday--right now, Photoshop corrects as many of my color/lighting snafus as possible.
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I vote for best recover! [smile]

Honesty, great work, awesome recovery. Who would have though just a week ago you were thinking of bining it. 

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Excellent work Pete! I really like the cockpit. Greenhouse glass might be a pain but it sure does allow a great view of all your work. This could win the comeback award if there were one,

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Slowly working through your build buddy ...

But i this just looks incredible, cant wait to see what you will do next.

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What can I say...another masterpiece...and coping with everthing and correcting accidents during the build...it'snot just a patch you should get, but a medal for endurance where others would have given up (you can include me in that list). You've managed to inspire a lot of modellers and painters, a true Master of the art. Well done Pete...I take my hat off to you. [thumb]
You are very kind Nigel, I don't know how it came over in my post after I had dropped it but I was far from cool headed lol, I really did have to dig deep to get myself to carry on with it and if this had been a build that I was doing before I had an online presence and I hadn't got the encouragement from you guys I'm certain IT would have been a bin bag job. I still find it hard to take compliments on my models. Before I started posting my stuff on here I really didn't have any idea of where my level of ability was, the only people who saw my finished stuff were my family and a few friends and although they would tell me that they were good I wasn't sure if they were just being polite. The comments I have recieved on this forum has shown me that I do have some ability but more importantly it has given me a bit more confidence and self belief (something I have always lacked in my artistic side) and given me a real boost to push myself further. I dont know what to say in reply to being thought of as inspirational. I'm just Pete, a bloke just on the right side of 50 going on 15, mad as a balloon who has a tinfoil hat wearing skull called Fluffy and a unicorn called Trevor as friends living in a tiny villiage in the middle of nowhere and builds models underground. Pete


Humility always has a problem in the face of cheering crowds Pete. I have always had hobbies that needed a bit of recognition sharing in order to get full satisfaction. Art, photography, now its models. You will just have to live with our praise as long as you keep turning out these Rembrandt's! LOL. Your WIP threads really boost the site and help all of us to learn. I'll make the mistakes and you and a few others here keep teaching us! thanks

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I had a Aunty like that...we used to call her the Moseley Troll. She used to put a polo in her tea and the sugar in her handbag...she was always in the cellar.
So to me...your Normal, sunshine [rofl]


Lol !

You are the only person who has ever considered me normal mate lol, I don't know if I'm what you would call eccentric but I'm definately a bit odd lol

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Awesome Build and recovery. Congrats to another great model.


Thanks Thomas

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Haha, don't be shy Pete. You are inspiring me a great deal with your work. I'm fascinated by this hobby and you and your work are a great part of this fascination. Very well done mate!


Thanks Fabian, I appreciate that mate

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Well done on getting over the line, it's a real beauty and one to be proud of


Cheers mate

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So glad that sanity prevailed after the "crash" and we all get to see the spectacular finished product. I think the pictures are great. true that an overcast sky is the best "filtered" light source you can get. Still plan to make a portable photo "box" for shooting my pictures someday--right now, Photoshop corrects as many of my color/lighting snafus as possible.


Thanks Ted,

Overcast up here is like dusk lol ! I would really like a photo tent or box too, if you build one please post your progress in a thread as I would totally be up for building one

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I vote for best recover! [smile]

Honesty, great work, awesome recovery. Who would have though just a week ago you were thinking of bining it. 


Thanks mate,

I'm glad now that I stuck with it

Pete
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