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Thanks everyone.
I worked in a methodical manner with the decals.
I applied the fuselage spine decal first then worked my way outwards from there.


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Looks good, Mike.

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Well tidy striped tonka.


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Thanks chaps.
I must say that i forgot to post up the finished Tiger Tonka.
So here she is in all her stripey glory :razz:

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That's greeeaaat :lol:

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Sublime stripeyness, Mike. That is a really great looking Tornado 8-)

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Holy cr@p. That Tornado is 1/72?!? Wow! SUperb decaling.


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Looks awesome Mike.

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Thanks chaps, much appreciated.
This little Tornado took Silver in 1/72 and smaller category in the competition at the Hailsham and District scale model show last week , which was a pleasant surprise!
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You were robbed Mike!
Gold must have been something pretty special!

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I agree, the gold winner must have been something to beat this little masterpiece. Still, silver is not to be sniffed at and is certainly better than a poke in the eye with a dirty stick! Well done, Mike.

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Thank you guys.
The Gold winner was an immaculate Olimp 1/72 Curtiss Jenny.


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My current muse...
Tamiya boxing of Italeri 1/72 Grumman A-6 Intruder.
Ready for painting here....
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