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About DenPink

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    Denis R
  • Birthday May 1

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    New Zealand

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  1. British Beginner

    Hi Mark First welcome to MSW. Dry fit all parts before gluing , if you are not sure ask on this forum. The most stupidest question is the one you did not ask Ok. Most of all take your time and have fun. Denis.
  2. Happy birthday! Cristi

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      DenPink

      Hi Cristi

      Thank you so much that means alot to me.

       

      Denis.

  3. Hi Graham That is the best one I have seen so far, well done. I love it. Denis.
  4. What a good idea, can I use this for my self, dont wish to steal the idea off you. Denis.
  5. A Modeler does a TED Talk on making miniatures

    Lost for words. Den
  6. What grit for disc sander?

    Hi Cliff I use 180 and 320 for finishing.. You may find it hard to get them off, so I use a small brush with acetone and pull the disc as you apply the acetone to the back of the disc. Denis.
  7. Pets

    Well said Ken I miss all my dogs. Denis.
  8. Hi Messis Why don't you make the knight your self it is not that hard. Denis.
  9. New to the forum

    Hi Doc Welcome to MSW. Denis
  10. RP 20170211 180238

    Nice build Chris Denis.

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