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fnick

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About fnick

  • Birthday 06/15/1977

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    Southampton, UK
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    Ship modelling (!), films, reading, rugby

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  1. "but will make a decision soon. " Didn't take long then.πŸ˜€. Looking forward to this one. Sticking with the yellow or going with a more traditional red? Or something completely different? Nick
  2. Still can't get over how good the headlights are. What's your secret to getting such a smooth finish. Don't worry it will be safe within MSW! 😁 Nick
  3. Hi Craig Fantastic work on the decals. One thing I have seen some people do is use a hair dryer for a few seconds to speed up the drying process between microsol (or equivalent) applications. There's a YouTube channel called scale modelling channel (mainly cars) that has quite a lot of good how to videos. Not saying you need it! ☺️. Just FYI... I'll stop rambling now... Nick
  4. Wow that is beyond words! Bravo. I would however like to claim 0.0001% of the plaudits as I did egg you on to stick to your plan!πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‰ Nick
  5. Stunning. Are you planning to take this masterpiece outside for some outdoor shots? Nick
  6. Here's what happens when translation goes wrong...☺️ http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/7702913.stm Nick
  7. Thanks Mike! Appreciate the comment. Also reminds me I took a few pictures with my DSLR. This last one was an attempt at a diorama using a backdrop. Idea is ok in principle. Just need access to an A2 printer!πŸ™‚ Thanks for looking. Nick
  8. Yeah cos you made such a poor job of it...πŸ™„πŸ˜‹ Just kidding superb job! Would like to see what you think you are good at! Cheers, Nick
  9. Congratulations Ekis you have just invented a time machine to go back to the middle ages!πŸ˜€. Stunning work. Nick
  10. Thanks Mark! If I had planned it a bit better I would have got some decals for the white side stripes which would have looked pretty cool. Next time!πŸ˜‹
  11. Hi Ragove. Thank you for the suggestion. I have seen that one done however I do have an alternate idea I'm hoping will work which if it does will look a damn sight nicer than my driveway!πŸ™‚ Cheers,Nick
  12. Thanks gents! Sorry Egilman lost the keys... Not surprising at 1:24 scale πŸ˜‹
  13. Morning all thanks for the comments and the likes. Well the lady's got wheels!πŸ˜€ Finally finished! First of all here is what I was hoping the car would look like. And here is the end result There's a vague resemblance!πŸ˜‹. Ok I'm quite pleased with the result!😁☺️. A few more pictures. Thanks to all again for the advice and support. I'll take some more pics with the DSLR and post them hopefully in a few days. Cheers,Nick
  14. Thanks Egilman. Unfortunately I don't think I have the right pledge product I have a multipurpose floor polish which has a milky appearance but I have tried it on a test piece and it does appear to do the job but this time I will let it dry properly ☺️ before potentially using it on the windscreen! Cheers Nick
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