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  • Birthday April 15

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  1. RGL

    USS Spruance, DDG 111. Trumpter kit with Pontos aftermarket.
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    Just magnificent
  3. RKR Varyag 1/350

    The modern and the first Russian Varyag
  4. Your Images for our Facebook Page :-)

    HMB Endeavour by RGL
  5. 24. BDK pr.775 Azov (Ropucha class).JPG

    Simply marvellous build
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    Oscar, what kit is this? What scale? What else did you use? What are the big gaps in the hull for? Where is the build log? Help a brother out?
  7. For those of you on Facebook I have attached this image of a FB album containing 600 images from the Musee national de la marine. Its not not my album, but it's open source.
  8. At the end of the day if we can see each other's work and offer positive advice or praise we're still ahead.
  9. IJN Isuzu

    1/350 Aoshima Kit with Flyhawk upgrade and numerous other aftermarket bits of dandyfunk.
  10. Yamato

    Tamiya's Yamato with Pontos upgrades
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    Magnificent
  12. HMB Endeavour

    A heavily bashed AL Kit of the Endeavour. Everything but the hull and deck planks was replaced or scratch built. Just to prove I can do more than plastic.
  13. HMS Dreadnought

    Zvezda 1/350 Kit with Pontos and other upgrades
  14. Artwox Varyag

    Artwox multimedia kit using the Zvesza Varyag and a lot of extras from Komplect Zip, North star and others.

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