Kevin

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  • Birthday 08/31/1958

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  1. Good evening Gil, permission to follow your build
  2. Wonderful work Sjors, sorry I have not been around more to see it completed
  3. 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
  4. arrived yesterday merit 1/200 USS Hornet
  5. wonderful work, great fun rereading you build, as I tend to be away a lot from MSW recently. I am currently working on a 1/200 trumpeter kit (Sovremenny) to get used to the airbrush, then hopefully get back to the Bismarck to test the new skills on her, Yesterday my next big project arrived Merit 1/200 Hornet
  6. Lawrence Good evening I changed my job about 6 weeks ago, and now work in the real world 5 days a week, it has taken me some time to adjust to the work, but now getting into a new routine, its not hard work, but on my feet from 0900 to 1730 working for a private health care trust. I get into the man cave when I have the chance, and working on a 1/200 model, but that is not on a thread within MSW, it a OOB with some PE but everything else is again on hold, have a week of soon so hope to post something new
  7. good evening Sjors, sorry not caught up with you recently, your build looks fantastic, hope yourself and Anja are both well and a belated Happy New
  8. Good morning Lawrence, and happy new year I made a new years resolution to complete a model, so the Bismarck is being worked on at present, the reason i put the Victory to one side again, is that I dont know how to proceed wrt to the sails and a final way of finishing her of in a diorama setting,
  9. ]Good morning Lawrence, and happy new year I made a new years resolution to complete a model, so the Bismarck is being worked on at present, the reason i put the Victory to one side again, is that I dont know how to proceed wrt to the sails and a final way of finishing her of in a diorama setting,
  10. 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
  11. 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
  12. And still a lot of amidships detail to go in, I already have my next project lined up in the same scale, 1/200 Sovremenny, with the detail set being sent from WEM
  13. good evening everyone, today spent some time on the aitrcraft, and at the end of it, I just placed two of them and put some of the ships boats into position (possibly not the right position) to see what it looks like, I am actually quite pleased with it
  14. spent a few hours yesterday and today working on the ships boats, only the outer hull is original from the kit, the rest is PE only the outer hull is used, everything else comes as part of the KA PE kit all parts for one and four well that's 7 done