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Seamus' 2010 in builds
Topic Started: Dec 19 2010, 08:33 PM (4,255 Views)
Seamus
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Evening guys,

Here's my 2010 yearbook- not as productive as previous years, I seem to have got into the nasty habit of starting too many models then losing interest, but still not a bad turnout B)

All in 1/72, and in chronological order, first up was the massive Revell Junkers Ju-290

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Airfix MiG-15

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Hasegawa E-2C Hawkeye

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Revell Me P.1099B

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Hobby Boss Rafale C

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Tamiya Spitfire Mk I, finished as a Mk II as flown by Douglas Bader. One half of a commission build for RIAT

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Hasegawa Hurrican Mk I, finsihed in the markings of Sir Denis Crowley-Milling's aircraft during the BoB. The second half of the RIAT commission

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And the finished trophy B)

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Revell F-14D, a bit of a mojo restorer this one

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Hasegawa F-117A Nighthawk

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Trumpeter Tu-22 M2 Backfire B probably my favourite of the year

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Revell F-22A Raptor- built as a mini commission for a workmate

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Having started with a Luftwaffe heavy, I ended with a monster :lol: Revell Bv 222 Wiking

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As I said, plenty of kits started that are in various states of assembly, so I should get off to a bit of a flyer next year- looking forward to it :thumbsup:

Cheers

Shaun :)
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Mike W
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Great collection Shaun :clap:

Faves for me are the backfire and BV222
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Gary West
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you'll have to go some in 2011 to better that lot Shaun - do love that MiG-15 :clap:
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snipersmudge
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Nice collection of very interesting subjects, very nice indeed :clap:
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peebeep
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An outstanding year's work Shaun, the Tupolev and Wiking are my personal favourites.

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Some brilliant stuff there Shaun :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap:
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ratch
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I like the F-14 best, which is strange because I usually find grey smokers boring :wooo:

Good stuff :rock:
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Seamus
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Cheers lads, much appreciated :clap:
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General Melchett
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Come on Darling........we're leaving !!
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Great work Shaun but as I mentioned elsewhere I really like the Backfire, (not that I'm biased or anything!!).... :whistle:


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Seamus
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Thanks very much Andy :coolio:

I reckon they looked pretty good sat together at Telford, will have to team them up again at more shows this year ;)
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Seamus
Jan 5 2011, 10:27 PM
will have to team them up again at more shows this year

Yes please chaps, they're a real draw to the table, bees, honey pot etc, etc.

The trick will be getting you blokes to the same show!

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Seamus
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I imagine Cosford would be a goer B)
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