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About medic

  • Birthday 01/12/1971

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    NSW Australia
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    Military modelling; fishing; football (Australian Rules- Is there any other????)

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  1. Welcome aboard, I'm sure you'll get a lot from the site. Cheers, Medic
  2. Hi all, This build has inspired me albeit I'm not sure I have the confidence to scratch build one. Can anyone provide advice on a good manufactured kit in the same vein that I could give a go. Cheers, Medic
  3. Hi all, So taken have I been with following Popeye's Syborn trawler build that I'm now inspired to try my own. It is too ambitious for me to scratch build one, so can any provide advice on a good manufactured kit on the market. Cheer's, Medic
  4. Welcome to the forum Jim. Cheers, Medic
  5. Ok so to model a well kept cannon in good working order I should paint as suggested above. What about the smaller things such as chain link and metal strappings? Cheers, Medic
  6. Well having just journeyed through the forum it is fair to say that there are a lot of gifted and hard working modellers out there. Cheers, Medic
  7. The decks come up nicely, keen to see more. Cheers, Medic
  8. Hi all, Albeit I'm yet to complete a project/quite new, I was a little surprised to read through the threads and see such a high volume of modellers advising about painting the cannons. I come from an armour and resin figure back ground an have certainly used and like both Tamiya and Vallejo paints. But if the cannons are metal (brass or other) I was of the belief or misconception as the case may be that a patina was more appropriate. Cheers, Medic
  9. I for one will be very disappointed if this is as good as it gets................... don't kill the dream. Cheers, Medic

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