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PostPosted: January 20th, 2018, 11:48 pm 
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Not a fan of jets but the Harrier has a unique shape all of its own,all your models are first rate.
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The Harrier looks great, Mav and didn't the centreline bomb sort that pesky seam out nicely? :grin:

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She sure was Celt.
I'm just so glad the gap she left 7 8 years ago is finally being filled!

Thanks guys means alot!

Yep that sure did sort it out nicely haha funny how that seam line isn't there now aye!

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Today I went against what I said about an unofficial birthday blitz build and got the old Vulcan out.
I'm going for the "Fresh out of the paintshop" look XH558 wore in this pic:
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So onto the model.
After many trials and having her time as my fleet "buster" I sanded her smooth:
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I'm currently deciding what shade of green to use along side Aggressor Grey.
1st coat applied:
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You're almost tempting me to dig out a Vulcan!
Looking forward to seeing this progress Mav; nice job!

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Looking good 8-)

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