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Airfix Harriers - jssel, AndrewR, fredk, Maverick321, Sir T
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PostPosted: December 5th, 2013, 10:32 am 
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Hey I love those action shots :)

Looking good.

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Oh yes, I also like to see a good action shot from the Basement Lab :grin: I must admit that I'm quite lazy when it comes to U/C doors and antennae and generally brush paint them if I've forgotten to airbrush them on the sprues whilst the main airframe was being painted - which is often the case and generally I tend to notice just after I've finished cleaning the airbrush :roll: I can't be bothered setting up the airbrush etc for one or two small parts even though that sometimes risks spoiling the ship for a ha'porth of tar.

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Oh yes, I also like to see a good action shot from the Basement Lab :grin: I must admit that I'm quite lazy when it comes to U/C doors and antennae and generally brush paint them if I've forgotten to airbrush them on the sprues whilst the main airframe was being painted - which is often the case and generally I tend to notice just after I've finished cleaning the airbrush :roll: I can't be bothered setting up the airbrush etc for one or two small parts even though that sometimes risks spoiling the ship for a ha'porth of tar.


The paint mix is with Vallejo Air paints which don't brush very well, so AB is the way to go. :)

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Even less action tonight, I sprayed the other side of the doors with dark grey primer!

I blame the cost of Postman Pat's stunt double for the lack of action. :grin:

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Undercarriage door painted dark blue this morning and fitted this afternoon.

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The tyres also got painted :)

Just a few little vanes and scoops to fit now...

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Really good Andrew.

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And the Blue Harrier is finished (apart from one of the undercarriage doors which fell off during the photo shoot :oops:

Photos later when Photobucket cooperates!

Which it is doing now...

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Looks nice in the blue scheme.

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Another nice one - it looks brilliant Andrew and a very different scheme from the norm.

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Great to see this one finished Andrew and it looks to be a good 'un.

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Ok folks 2 more Harriers have arrived!
Matchbox FRS.1 and Hasegawa GR.3.
Both will go into Royal Navy colours.
I know the GR.3 never served in the Navy but they did have 1.

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Has this SB ended or has anyone got anymore pics or updates for us?

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I think this particular one has finished, but you could try for another. Plenty of people like Harriers

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