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  1. woody

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    Well finished i did'nt install antenna's because of the wife she like's to break them off when dusting.I'am still learning photograghing so bear with me and thanks for all the input and pictures everybody was great help.
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    Nicely done!
     
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    Very nice indeed! And there's not a lot wrong with the camera work either!
    One little thing though - just use the edge of a brush and run a little RLM 66 up the edges of the windscreen frame, to eliminate the 'show through' . (The surface which is facing to the rear of the cockpit).
    Bl**dy nice work though - and tell her indoors not to even touch the models, let alone dust them!!
    (But be sure to say please!!!)
     
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    Very nice work Woody. I agree with Terry on the canopy - a simple fix. Otherwise, fantastic!
     
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    Great job Woody!! Wife dusting models :shock: Sounds like my worst nightmare!!
     
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    Most excellent! Nice job.
     
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    My wife goes nowhere near my models....

    Nice work Woody..!!
     
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    Super job , Woody. I particularly like shots 23. That pit looks real! And your weathering looks really realistic.
     
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