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Thanks Nigel,

remeber I am working in 1/32 so I have quite a bit more room to move around in. I wouldn't be able to do anything in a smaller scale.

I'm happy with how it's going at the moment, it's just the position of the pilot that is bugging me. I glued him to the seat without putting the seat in the cockpit and I thought he was in the right place, it made the front IP a really tight fit but at least it went on.
And I will have to leave harnesses out of this too as I should have put them on before I did the life jacket thingies, I have tried to get some on but I can't get them to sit naturally.

I just want the build stage to be done so I can paint lol, I'm hoping that the fit is good as I really don't fancy a filler monster

Pete

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fantastic front office and figures Pete!! why is it one of your guys always looks like Tom Selik???? lol....the first figure looked like he was wearing his socks in the plane lol...Looking great as usual man keep it up!!!



Cheers Neil mate !

Hehehehehehe I must have a subconscious Magnum fixation lol !

It could become my trademark, in fact from now on whenever I do a few figure I will make one of them a Tom Selleck

I really should have painted the feet lol, but I knew they wouldn't be seen

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hahahaha a trade mark Sellek  thats great!!. I hink he just wanted to be comfy flying around in his sockies[tongue]
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hahahaha a trade mark Sellek  thats great!!. I hink he just wanted to be comfy flying around in his sockies[tongue]


His feet swell up every time he flies so now he likes to aviate in his flannelette almonds*

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*Almond rocks is cockney rhyming slang for socks lol
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Ahh cool thanks for the cockney lesson!!![thumb]
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Thanks Nigel,

remeber I am working in 1/32 so I have quite a bit more room to move around in. I wouldn't be able to do anything in a smaller scale.

I'm happy with how it's going at the moment, it's just the position of the pilot that is bugging me. I glued him to the seat without putting the seat in the cockpit and I thought he was in the right place, it made the front IP a really tight fit but at least it went on.
And I will have to leave harnesses out of this too as I should have put them on before I did the life jacket thingies, I have tried to get some on but I can't get them to sit naturally.

I just want the build stage to be done so I can paint lol, I'm hoping that the fit is good as I really don't fancy a filler monster

Pete



Plenty of dry fitting and you will be on a roll.
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Ahh cool thanks for the cockney lesson!!![thumb]


You're welcome me old China

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Thanks Nigel,

remeber I am working in 1/32 so I have quite a bit more room to move around in. I wouldn't be able to do anything in a smaller scale.

I'm happy with how it's going at the moment, it's just the position of the pilot that is bugging me. I glued him to the seat without putting the seat in the cockpit and I thought he was in the right place, it made the front IP a really tight fit but at least it went on.
And I will have to leave harnesses out of this too as I should have put them on before I did the life jacket thingies, I have tried to get some on but I can't get them to sit naturally.

I just want the build stage to be done so I can paint lol, I'm hoping that the fit is good as I really don't fancy a filler monster

Pete



Plenty of dry fitting and you will be on a roll.


I have dry fitted the main parts and it doesn't look too bad, the swing wing mechanism looks like a nervous breakdown waiting to happen though lol, but I'm going to glue the wings swept so it should be ok.

Intake trunking is nonexistent though, but it may be that not a lot will be visible once it's all glued up (Iwishful thinking lol)

Pete

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China Plate...you got a dictionary fish hook?
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China Plate...you got a dictionary fish hook?


I leant it to me skin and blister, but I think I've got another in the cupboard under the apples and pears, in the box that my Daisy roots came In.

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I've got a David Hockney Chitty Chitty Bang Bang fish hook...everyone should have one.
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that office is GREAT!!! yahoo, its going to be another epic build Pete. Best wishes!!
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Funny, you doing the Tornado..you tend to have a lot of them going in and out of the valleys ...

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