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Richmond

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    Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia
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    Model Aircraft 1/32 Scale, Wooden Ships, Card

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  1. Hi Dirk, not sure if I have asked before, but the Vallejo primer and the Tamiya acrylic do they go well together? Vallejo being water based and Tamiya being solvent based I have had my doubts.
  2. Excellent work. Would love to see someone tackle a water diorama in a build log.
  3. Apologies if this was mentioned before but didn't Buster Keaton make a movie about the General?
  4. Dennis - maybe we have stumbled across a very small part of one particular mountain which in itself only forms a small part of a large mountain range!
  5. I purchased the blocks, sails and masts for the Wolf. I wouldn't want to tackle the card blocks that come with the kit. The masts not being kit supplied are a must unless you are able to make your own. The sails are a personal choice. Others on the site may choose the kit sails or make their own. There is a YouTube upload I did on the blocks if you refer to my Wolf build.
  6. The metallic finish is amazing - I had heard great things about the Xtreme Metals. I note you use Tamiya black as a 'primer' - rather than the Xtreme Metals primer - is there a reason for that.
  7. Apologies if I have posted in the wrong section https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OyxzC5kqbyw I thought this was really neat - the only observation was shouldn't there be a lamp and diffuser at the top of the light box?
  8. This may be of interest to some http://www.finescale.com/~/media/import/files/pdf/d/9/f/quickeasyweathering.pdf

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