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    Gelderland, Netherlands
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    Model ship building; Asian (mainly Japanese) crafts, culture and martial arts; Photography; Gardening (a bit); International cuisine; Vintage English cars (not to have); Music (Jazz, Blues, classical, folk, reggae, rock); Reading (novels, fantasy, autobiographies, study material ...);

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  1. A really lovely build Frank. Very crisp and clean, and lots of tips and tricks I picked up during the road to completion. Thanks for sharing
  2. Now I know where the hospital beds come from ... Very well done, hope the last one flushed the toilet!
  3. I wonder if they ever used naval colours at al Jason. German planes passed most of their time above land
  4. Thanks, Lou. I still have another one of these kits, probably make it a flotilla leader, which implies a lot of kit bashing ... First things first though. Did you hava a good holiday?
  5. And me thinking you were nearing completion! Great start Patrick, another of your interesting builds on the way. Oh, by the way, it makes perfect sence.
  6. Thank you Mark. Actually I do. Besides the V and G class I've build Now it's up to take up RGL's challenge ... next stop: Seydlitz
  7. You are quite good at it. The masking that is. Love how the airplanes are turning out
  8. Very well done. I really do like your display. In all a build which was fun, creative, and educational. Thanks for sharing
  9. AT this scale, colours should be lighter to make the objet look farther away, so actually your choice is quite good!

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