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About mikec

  • Birthday 10/10/1957

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    Devonport, auckland NZ
  • Interests
    Model boat buiding, boxing, sailing on 65ft sloop Ta Aroa i961 (a Ranger beater)

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  1. Vosper MTB

    Beautiful modelling. The animation of the figures are brilliant.
  2. 144

    stunning model
  3. CIMG3106

    wow. This is an incredible model. Every rivet! amazing
  4. Vue plongeante Par bâbord (ar)

    What a fantastic model. absolutely brilliant.
  5. 241C8950

    That is a great model and well built too. Fantastic. What are you building now? I will follow with interest. cheers Mike
  6. IMG 0853

    a magnificent model, worthy of any museum. Mike
  7. Endeav 09

    Nice model. I am building the eaglemoss part work. I am sure the parts are the same as your kit.
  8. Pegasus 6421

    Beautiful job, worthy of displaying in a museum
  9. victory3

    Thank you for all the kind comments. I appreciate them very much. The yellow I used was humbrol 74 matt. This is as specified by the airfix victory kit. And I have found that this is the correct colour (in scale) it just looks correct. I have found that the true colour doesn't look right in scale it just looks too dark for the scale. Cheers mike
  10. stern3

    Hope you like her
  11. HMS VICTORY (Mamoli)

    Has taken me 10 years to complete, just a few small things to do. I threw away the kit plans and used Nepian Longridge's "anatomy of Nelsons Ships as my bible

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