Kevin

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  • Birthday 08/31/1958

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  1. Lovely work Danny, and even nicer to see you back at the modeling desk
  2. I will be doing a build thread on here, but have some other projects that need progressing first, currently building the Trumpeter 1/200 Sovremenny to practise airbrushing (no build log on here, then have promised to complete the Bismarck, don't suppose the Victory will ever get to the finished position ( as I don't know how to achieve what I actually want on her) I could actually create a thread and show the kit details and any research , PE upgrade and lighting bits as a save up for them
  3. arrived yesterday merit 1/200 USS Hornet
  4. of course there is the Pegasus by Victory models at 1/64 http://www.cornwallmodelboats.co.uk/acatalog/victory-models-hms-pegasus.html lol I don't know if this is the same kit Amatri/victory models and from Model Dockyard in the UK http://www.model-dockyard.com/acatalog/info_VM5.html
  5. of course there is the expensive option but spreading the cost, of a part work like http://www.model-space.com/gb/model-ships.html?__utma=210999945.1924374388.1483983500.1483983500.1484343799.2&__utmb=210999945.1.10.1484343799&__utmc=210999945&__utmx=-&__utmz=210999945.1484343799.2.2.utmcsr=bing|utmccn=(organic)|utmcmd=organic|utmctr=(not%20provided)&__utmv=-&__utmk=72032720
  6. Silly question time, what is calico then?
  7. Stay safe my friend, HAPPY CHRISTMAS
  8. Merry Christmas everyone from myself, Ruth (wife) and Dobbie ( the Cocker Spaniel)
  9. Congratulations and well done to everyone
  10. toilets on old sailing ships were at the head of the ships, hence the term heads, these were normally enclosed for officers and open seted pits for everyone else, they went directly to the water the i/2 round enclosures on the port and stbd side were for the officers, the wooden seated blocks either side of the bowspit for everyone else