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Kerry COX (RedRoo)
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Kerry COX
11. January, 23:46

January 6, 2021

Kerry COX added a new photoalbum.
4 | 30. October 2020, 11:05
gorbygould
Excellent work so far.
30. October 2020, 15:20
James C
Looks like one hell of an intricate kit... following
30. October 2020, 18:06
Kerry COX
It certainly is JC. And, it offers two versions of frontal Armour. !
30. October 2020, 19:08
Rui S
Nice surprise I'm in 8)
30. October 2020, 21:39
Kerry COX
Hi Rui. :) Yeah, it's been a while, but worth it I will add.
30. October 2020, 23:04
Bart Goesaert
Looking great,

Here is the only remark I'm seeing:

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The pe belt should be straight instead of the 90° bent at the bottom
3. December 2020, 11:24
Kerry COX
Good point Bart. But as yet, it is to be anchored in place and it will be then I will correct my blunder. ;) Cheers.
3. December 2020, 18:09
Rui S
How his this model coming along? 8)
We look forward to see it complete ;)
5. January, 21:25
Kerry COX
I have been working at a friends place to help her get her storage shed sorted out and the modelling has had a rest from me.
Not long to go though and I will be back sniffing glue again. :) :) :-0
5. January, 23:53
Augie
Wow not sure why I didnt see this before, nice going kezza
6. January, 00:05
Tom
Woah, an amazing kit, and great work on it so far
6. January, 00:16
Kerry COX
Wow. ! Thank you all. :) The kit certainly is beautifully detailed, and it surprised the hell out of me once it started to go together.
Very happy with it's over all appearance for sure. :)
6. January, 05:20

December 24, 2020

Kerry COX
8. December 2020, 07:39
James C
G'day Kerry, just wanted to wish you a Happy Xmas and all the best for 2021.
24. December 2020, 15:56
Kerry COX
G'Day James. Thank you for your wishes and the thought for a better season and year than it has been. I do hope you stay safe and are well guarded against the Covid demon. Take care and see you next year. Merry Xmas mate. ;)
24. December 2020, 20:48

November 4, 2020

Kerry COX added a new photoalbum.
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Box art is everything to me. And this is the most spectacular livery you will ever see, except maybe for the Mazda 787B.
6 | 8. August 2020, 10:06
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Kerry COX
Friends, one and all. :)
How sweet it is to read your comments.
It never ceases to amaze me, just how lucky I am and have been.
"I once complained when I had no shoes. !
THEN, I met a man who had no feet. !"
I am indeed most fortunate, and If I sounded like I was feeling sorry for myself, then I do apologize.
I must stop and take stock of where I am at in my life, and who I am. And count my blessings and get in touch with those who I call my friends.
Especially Mr Peter Hardy.

27. October 2020, 21:07
Lode Schildermans
Kerry, it didn't felt at all as a complaint from you. We were just worried not to have your always positive comments around. You motivate us much more than you can possibly imagine. We walk the path of building, you made the path where we are walking, and that is quite a difference. Thank you for that, my aussie friend
27. October 2020, 22:14
Peter Hardy
Rui is correct on so many levels! This hobby has done us all a huge favour though, it has connected us all with some wonderful people. Friends we may never see with our own eyes or actually touch physically. I am grateful to have joined Scalemates. Tim, and I have said this before, Has done far more than put a group of like minded people in touch. He has given us the median to make friends with someone, even lots of people whom we will never actually meet. The whole difficult year has created challenges for the whole world, least of all grumpy old Boomers from around the world. Sure, we have our families but we also have our friends who don't just tolerate us but actually care. I know the challenges that Kerry has faced this year, you know of some but some he hasn't shared with you. His inner strength is something you would wish for your children, his courage to fight what seems insurmountable alone is truly awe inspiring. I am very proud to call him my friend.
28. October 2020, 03:10
Slavo Hazucha
I was actually looking up lately what you two - Kerry & Peter are up to, glad to hear you´re soldiering on - in life & the hobby... I for myself may not have been here from the start/for all too long, but you gave me a lot of inspiration & motivation (Kerry with all his commented builds & you both during the F-111-run :) )...

Your builds always radiate that strong feeling that you really have a relationship to the subject you´re working on & the results then speak for themselves

So likely speaking for the "lots of people whom we will never actually meet", I´m proud to have met you virtually & Kerry & Peter, even if you are not cranking out dozens of builds, a life-sign or a tip or comment is always most welcome!! Hope you all stay safe & nothing changes towards an all too terrible course - If you cut it through life half as tenaciously & brilliantly as through the hobby, nothing can shake you guys! ;)
2. November 2020, 15:51
Kerry COX
WOW. ! Slavo, your words of sentiment and endearment are well received my friend.
Thank you for your concern and well wishes, as they mean a lot, especially in these times of uncertainty and anguish.
This virtual world we live in is certainly what we all need right now, and it makes me wonder how we all got through our troubles before it became the most important medium for communicating in our lives.

Strangely though. We here in Australia have no respect of distance when it comes to knowing each other, saying that some one you know lives 'just up the road a bit', when in reality, it's a thousand miles or so away from you. !

And that is what makes Peters and my friendship so unique, is the fact that when I visited him in his house in Moranbah, west of Makay, it took a train ride of 12 plus hours and then a car ride of an other 4 hours to get there, and it was, worth every minute to get there.

Scale modelling for me has become a life style really, always looking for those things in miniature of what it was that you could never have had in real life, answering the question in your heart of what it was that fascinated you all your life so much.

Like my Bren gun carrier model. It was born of something I used to play in when it was positioned in a play ground not far from my home, that was in reality, a 'Memorial' to all those who passed in the WWII, giving me much delight to know that I actually sat in something that a brave group of men had done so when called on to preserve something some nasty people were trying to take away from us, only to serve in the same capacity some few years later when I signed up to serve Queen and country.

All those memories became as clear as crystal when gluing all these minute pieces together, and even the 'smells' were flooding back.

And then, getting permission to do a 'walk around' (on behalf of all scale modellers) of what was then, the most secretive of aircraft, the F-111 at Amberley Air Base was for me the pinnacle of all it was to be a scale modeller, being so close to something that mere mortals could only dream about, being allowed to walk on the upper wing and fuselage surfaces, recording every step, with my son there to share that moment was as good as I could have ever imagined, having only ever seen them screech across the skies above our towns and cities, thrilling the masses with their 'dump and burn' !.

Slavo. As for bringing a piece of inert plastic to life, I will always be in admiration of your skills and imagination, as it has been your postings that have me getting inspired and wanting to head out and buy me a Russian air force. !All in miniature of course. !! :) :) :)

I do have a great deal to be grateful for, and now I have made it through this 'event', I am, with all my heart, looking forward to what the rest of my life has installed, and with mates like you my friend Slavo, and all my other friends involved in Scale Mates, that will not be a chore at all.

Cheers one and all.
I love you all. :)
2. November 2020, 21:48
Tim Heimer
And we love you.
3. November 2020, 01:09
Stephan H.
Fantastic work!
3. November 2020, 22:10
Kerry COX
Thank you Stephan H I did work hard at getting things as close to the real thing as I could. And, it was fun. !!! :)
4. November 2020, 20:02

October 28, 2020

Kerry COX and James C are now mates.
28. October 2020, 19:49

July 31, 2020

Kerry COX added a new photoalbum.
4 | 22. September 2019, 12:14
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30. July 2020, 15:18
Kerry COX
Thank you Laurent. :)
30. July 2020, 20:57
Lode Schildermans
Kerry, with the new configuration of Scalemates, I've lost some modelling done by the matees, but not all of the mates. Reason why I didn't comment on this Mazda yet. It is looking fabulous and all the efforts, sometimes 4 times the efforts, pay off. A true asset to your already vast collection of beatiful models. Well done, Sir
31. July 2020, 06:47
Antoine Meylan
Rien que de penser au travail de peinture et de décalque, j'en ai mal à la tête... Quel courage! Bravo c'est magnifique!
31. July 2020, 09:23
Kerry COX
Lode and Antoine. Many thanks for your kind and encouraging words, and I did understand the French side of it all. ;)
31. July 2020, 10:29
Alec K
This is another fantastic effort Kerry. The paintwork is just perfect, and the detailing, well what can I say... Hope you are well in these crazy times, and an opportunity will arise soon to take this baby to a show
31. July 2020, 13:05
James C
That's a stunning looking build Kerry
31. July 2020, 18:13
Kerry COX
Alec and James. :)
Like me, I am sure that this hobby has saved our sanity in some way, with most of us all being couped up like a fearful ferret, scared of the grim reaper. :(
As concentrating on this build as much as I had was certainly of benefit when it came to my recovery for sure, but worth every second. :)
Thank you all for your support and encouragement. It has certainly helped me persevere. ;)
31. July 2020, 18:38

July 8, 2020

Kerry COX added a new photoalbum.
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4 | 8. July 2020, 00:37
JD
I like the hurdy gurdy, to me it has a very haunting sound. Watching...
8. July 2020, 01:44
8. July 2020, 02:21
8. July 2020, 03:03
Kerry COX
Guys. It will be a L O N G build. Much can go wrong. ! :(
8. July 2020, 08:02
Choppa Nutta
Ok Kerry you have definitely out weirded me with this strange build !! haha :D
Looking forward to seeing how this one pans out !! :)

Anyhow, hope all is good with you m'dude !! :)
8. July 2020, 12:45
Nathan Dempsey
Is Kerry officially The Hurdy Gurdy Man now?

Add this to the list:
World Class Model Builder
Hurdy Gurdy Man
8. July 2020, 14:13
Alex
A, excellent kits! I just finished the windmill, it's an amazing piece of engineering, and it actually works! Have fun with it!
8. July 2020, 14:35
Kerry COX
Hey Choppa. ! Thanks for the loan of your crown for a short while mate. Even if it is made of laser cut ply wood. hahahahahaha :) ;)
And the old ticker is now stronger than ever mate. .
And here is the original "HG Man". Youtube Video

 
8. July 2020, 20:48
Kerry COX
Nathan and Alex. This just goes to show how we all embrace diversity from time to time. , and so far, it's been a bit of a mind teaser, but enjoyably so I must add. hehehehehe :) :) :)
8. July 2020, 20:50
Treehugger
Btw, the song is features in the thriller movie 'Zodiac'.
8. July 2020, 20:55
Choppa Nutta
I am so pleased you are back to good health !! :)
Do me the honour of sharing pics of the kit contents if you would ;) :D

btw will you be painting it and if so what camo scheme will you be going with ? :D :D :D
8. July 2020, 21:20

June 13, 2020

Kerry COX added a new photoalbum.
19. July 2015, 00:39
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Kerry COX
Sorry to disappoint you all but this beast died an indignant death quite some time ago when I decided to strip the cammo paint job because of the botched effort, but it still had some problems with all the internal gun and magazine assembly. :(
I should have deleted this album a long time ago.
12. June 2020, 21:42
Augie
nooo.. nothing is beyond salvage!.. I has every faith
12. June 2020, 22:03
Augie
Noo, nothing it beyond salvage.. I have every faith
12. June 2020, 22:04
Kerry COX
The Owl has flown the coup Augie. And thankfully I didn't have to pay for it originally, as it was a gift from Zoukie Mura for the build I did of the wood grain Ho-229, so no big loss really.
But I am still looking for more space to put something as big as the Uhu, as they were one of the better beasts the Germans came up with amongst all the other strange birds they produced. :)
12. June 2020, 23:59
Clifford Keesler
That is a bummer, it sure looked good.
13. June 2020, 00:10
Kerry COX
Clifford. All the images on that page were of the ones posted on the Zoukie Mura web site of the Uhu that had all ready been built by them.
All the work done by me on this group build are here.
He-219 "Uhu" Groupbuild | Album by RedRoo
13. June 2020, 03:26
Rui S
@Kezza, sory i've revived this painful issue for you, it was not the intention.
You may remmember, at the time I've loaded a lot of info on my MT1 álbum, and end up buying the Revel 1/32 kit. Not very expensive and a great biiggg kit still in my stash.
13. June 2020, 12:19
Kerry COX
Rui. Not a drama mate. :) :) :)
One consolation is that I still have the nose weight to remember it by. hahahahahahaha ;)
Besides, I am still struggling with finding enough room for what I still haven't built and what I am currently building, short of buying a new display case. !
And after my little medical episode, I am now wondering just how many models and how much stuff I have that will have to find a new home if I do shuffle off this mortal coil.. :-/
The ZM build was a lot of fun from the point of view that ZM did give you so much more detail to stuff around with. :) :) :)
Now I have many more distractions to play with. Now I have become hooked on the ICM kits. ! O-O

13. June 2020, 13:51

June 3, 2020

Kerry COX and Peter Muldoon are now mates.
3. June 2020, 22:28
Kerry COX added a new photoalbum.
3. June 2020, 04:30

June 2, 2020

Kerry COX added a new photoalbum.
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1:35
Ahhhhhhhh. ! The box art says it all. :-) :-) (y)
31. May 2020, 04:30
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Alec K
Looking great Kerry
31. May 2020, 11:53
Kerry COX
John D, Thank you my friend. ;)
I wish I could find a great silver paint that goes on thin and doesn't 'powder' up like it's billions of silver particles all trying to reach the surface. ! :(
I am seriously thinking of the AK Interactive 'true metal' wax paint from the tube that is buffable as you apply it. ! As I have to be sure that the Tamiya clear red I want to use, (Candy red) will hold on to it and not flake or chip off after time. :-/
3 attempts at getting the silver down but had to remove each attempt due to poor quality of the finish, wanting a high gloss with little paint but none I have tried have worked so far. The tungsten silver looked like a porcupine. !
If I use the testors buffing metalizer, the clear red from Tamiya goes all brittle and cracks and flakes after a while. !
He hehehehehe. ;) Wish me luck. !

1. June 2020, 10:45
Kerry COX
Is it a smooth high gloss finish. ? And the last thing I need is the 'orange peel effect' from paints that don't get time to 'lay down' like enamels. As the lacquer paints I have used by Tamiya dry way too fast and are not as smooth as I am used to. :(
Any advice in this area. ?
1. June 2020, 11:20
Kerry COX
I will do that JD. Give anything a go once. ;) Cheers and thank you.
1. June 2020, 12:48
Daniel Klink
Beautiful Bike
1. June 2020, 13:00
Valters Orlovskis
You should try Model Master Chrome Silver Enamel paint, it is really smooth with no silver particles visible. I've used it as base coat on some my bike models, looks great with Tamiya Acrylics over it.
1. June 2020, 13:45
Kerry COX
Valters, Thank you for the tip and I just so happen to have found in my paint locker some of the Model Masters silver you are referring to. ;)
As good as the testors (same mob) buffing metalizer aluminium plate. :)
Thanks again for all your help lads.
1. June 2020, 13:50
Slavo Hazucha
You could tie down the great wolf Fenrir with this kind of chain... ;)

Looking great as a model - for the motorcycle... well, it definitely does seem to be one! :)
1. June 2020, 14:30

May 31, 2020

Kerry COX added a new photoalbum.
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This is a monster of a kit and so much chrome that has to be destroyed in the process, but carefully done and most of th...
29. May 2020, 13:43
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Lode Schildermans
Kerry, this blows me completely away. I've looked every photo over and over again. I'm speechless. What a fantastic build. Just one expression...You nailed it
30. May 2020, 21:10
Acki
Truly impressive! You're the master of the monsters.
30. May 2020, 21:27
James C
Fabulous chrome work Kerry and I especially like the transparent coloured lenses.
30. May 2020, 21:45
Kerry COX
Lode, Acki and Jim C. Thank you for your most uplifting and welcome comments.
It's been a while that I had the desire to tackle any model and I really needed to get this 'right', as I will be entering this one in the next QMHE comp, which at the current standings here in Oz, has been post pones till' next year, all due to the Chinese head cold that every one has been living in fear of. :(
No doubt I will be constantly attending to all the little 'niggles' I will see and correct them. But over all, I am really pleased with the result. :) :) :)
30. May 2020, 22:51
Peter Hardy
Perfect.
30. May 2020, 23:29
Augie
Sneaky.. really nice!
31. May 2020, 00:12
Kerry COX
Augie and good friend Peter. :)
Thank you both for your looking in and your assessment.
And now the second of the 1/6 builds, the K CB-750 Honda, and wit eight by ten colour glossy pics from all angles. :)
But the chain comes first, and then. ? Who knows. :) :) :) hahahahahah
31. May 2020, 04:26
Spanjaard
she is looking beautiful Kezza
31. May 2020, 11:23

May 26, 2020

Kerry COX added a new photoalbum.
25. May 2020, 09:34
Lode Schildermans
Interesting object to build, Kerry. I'm curious how you're going to challenge this one
25. May 2020, 20:47
Kerry COX
Lode, allready there has been one built and posted here on SM and a beautiful rendition of it too I may add.
The detail I am seeing before I even begin is fantastic, but hopefully it will yield the results I can be proud of. :)
The paperwork that comes with the kit is just amazing and shows just how good ICM models are becoming. ;)
25. May 2020, 22:24
Tom ...
following!
25. May 2020, 22:57
Peter Hardy
Don't leave me behind! ICM are building a very solid reputation for these historic kits. Just stashed a T model of theirs that won't be in the box vey long.
26. May 2020, 00:56
Kerry COX
Peter, I am sure you will find a world of great enjoyment and personal satisfaction with the "T". ;)
ICM have become a huge surprise for me, as I never imagined that the eastern block nations had any sort of modelling industry, but in truth, they have been around longer than the main manufacturers we had all grown up with. !
26. May 2020, 02:21
Peter Hardy
Kez, I am 'over' armour, 'over' aeroplanes. I love what ICM are doing. Interesting stuff!
26. May 2020, 02:29
René "Bilbo" Bartholemy
In my whishlist, following!
26. May 2020, 08:19
bughunter
Kerry, I think I know the one who built one and posted here on SM ;) Now curios about your result ...
26. May 2020, 13:30
Kerry COX
Buggs. I am going to be following your build of the MB 1886 Benz Motorwagen 1886 | Album by bughunter (1:24) very closely mate.
I have heaps of images from all over the place, but your build has got to be perfect in every way, and, the inspiration I needed to tackle this kit, so I hope mine turns out half of what your results were. ;) And that will have me smiling. :) :) :)
26. May 2020, 19:52
bughunter
Oh so much praise - we don't have a red face smiley here ...
Attached to the kit is a great walkaround, don't miss that pictures (but it is a replica). Wikipedia has pictures of the black one, as in ICM manual, of Deutsches Museum München,
I hope your parts have less mould displacement then my kit (see first WIP picture)!
26. May 2020, 20:40

April 28, 2020

Kerry COX added a new photoalbum.
24. February 2020, 06:06
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Box art is everything these days. This is as good as it gets when setting the scene.
28. April 2020, 10:34

April 27, 2020

Gluefinger@Kerry COX
I am moving this to another conversation, not to go too far off-topic...

>> I was born and raised at Enoggera, western suburbs.

About 15 years ago, I worked for Queensland Railway as a freelance consultant. I lived in a furnished apartment in the CBD, just a short walk from the QR offices. It was in a building called "The Sebel", the lower floors were a hotel, the upper floors appartments. I had a great view of the city from the 13th floor!

I got hooked on Straddie and went there every other weekend. Can't get a more beautiful view on this planet than the one from Point Lookout.

Spent the Summer (Christmas) vacation in Cairns. It was like living in a Sauna.

Always wanted to go back for another project, but somehow that never worked out.
27. April 2020, 14:11
Kerry COX
Gold Coast is my home now, having lived all over Oz, from east to west coasts.
I was food and beverage manager for the Sebel in Sydney many moons ago '85.
Did you ever get to Moreton Island. ? stunning fishing and diving on the 'Bulwer wrecks'. !
Cairns was a sad place for me, having to attend the funeral of a woman I met and fell in love with there, dying of a massive brain tumor. :( :( :-
Come on back to Oz mate. :)
Brisbane hasn't changed that much, well not too much since the Expo 88. ;)
Always get a lump in my throat every time I go to Brisbane. :)
Home town and all. hehehehehehe :)
27. April 2020, 14:27
Gluefinger
>> Did you ever get to Moreton Island.
Yup, but only once, after I had lost my heart to Straddie.
>> Come on back to Oz mate.
I will have to. There are still around 10K AUD sitting in an ANZ account of mine that I need to claim. ;)
Seriously, I really enjoyed the time in Australia. People are so relaxed and friendly. Like a bunch of Englishmen with all the bad aspects of their characters removed.
27. April 2020, 14:36
Kerry COX added a new photoalbum.
27. April 2020, 07:01
Peter Hardy
Love these things! Looks like a lot of parts Kezza!
27. April 2020, 07:09
Jens
Hello Kerry COX, I will never build the model 100%, but just see what the style of Kitty Hawk is for newer models, and of course your craftsmanship are reason enough to be there :)
27. April 2020, 07:12
Kerry COX
It will take a while to get organized and some mojo. But if the 1886 merc is late, I will prep what I can. :)
27. April 2020, 07:19
Lode Schildermans
Kerry, plenty stuff on those sprues :). Enjoy the build and share the photos so we can enjoy with you
27. April 2020, 07:28
Kerry COX
Lode and all my mates. I will do my best, and there is a ton of 'prepping' with this build and something I haven't done for a long time. :)
A modern day jet. !
27. April 2020, 08:39
Slavo Hazucha
The Jaguar´s last roar in the Desert! I´ll follow with pleasure ;)
27. April 2020, 09:18
Kerry COX
Slavo, Now I am a happy chappy. :)
I am looking forward to your tips and suggestions.
27. April 2020, 11:43

April 21, 2020

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It will look nothing like the box art.
19. March 2020, 05:58
Kerry COX
It will look NOTHING like the box art.
19. March 2020, 06:02
Peter Hardy
The mind boggles what it will look like then!
20. March 2020, 08:12
Wim van der Luijt
Nice! My parents have owned two of these. My dad and I even changed a chassis on one of them after it had gotten a bit crispy :D Great little cars. Looking forward to the end result!
20. March 2020, 10:00
Kerry COX
Wim, I have learned just how simple these little gems are. Researching the various colour schemes for my build.
An amazing history. !
Peter. canary yellow and black. :)
20. March 2020, 12:00
Wim van der Luijt
A yellow and black Charleston? [img1]
 


There are many very cool variants to choose from, here are a few.....
sauss ente:
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Perrier 2cv (with a cooler for two perrier bootles)
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2cv dolly in various colors
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And best one, the Sahara with one engine in the front and one in the back!
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20. March 2020, 17:06
Thomas Bischoff
I ll take a backseat
But let me go to the fridge first for a bottle of french white wine :)
23. March 2020, 17:05
Kerry COX
Thomas. I hope it will be still cold after the trip in my 2cv to the countryside. ;)
23. March 2020, 20:45
Thomas Bischoff
... And maybe some baguette and french cheese to go with the wine?
23. March 2020, 22:21
Kerry COX
And, a petite mademoiselle. Oh la la. ! ;)
23. March 2020, 23:10
Augie
How did I miss this!
21. April 2020, 18:10
Daniel Klink
There can only be one Charleston... my first and only love til today :)

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Whatever i am following of course
21. April 2020, 19:17

April 18, 2020

Kerry COX and bughunter are now mates.
18. April 2020, 13:37

March 13, 2020

Kerry COX added a new photoalbum.
25. February 2020, 03:27
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Bart Goesaert
that kit is on it's way... so I will brace myself... With regards to the Ka-52, you should thank me for buying the resin conversion kit, otherwise that kit would have taken longer to appear on the market ;)

These naval guns appearing on the market is a joy, only a matter of time when they will include the interior or the storage facility underneath...
9. March 2020, 07:53
Kerry COX
Bart, That would be a fantastic model to build if ever it was made, and I would certainly have my name on the list of customers. !
9. March 2020, 08:13
Scott Dutton
Ditto Bart, I went the conversion path as well. Happens all the time. I had given up but got t8red of waiting so relented. Maybe the conversion parts will be useful or is even better than the kit
9. March 2020, 13:16
Bart Goesaert
At least we have resin bangseats... And a thorough mix from original and other parts as in my Dinah can be useful...
9. March 2020, 15:19
Scott Dutton
And maybe cockpit, expensive options but at least we have a model now. Given the kit manufacturer and the conversion manufacturer, we may even be better off
9. March 2020, 22:28
Bart Goesaert
maybe you can be right... these are multiplying fast... ;)
13. March 2020, 10:02
Kerry COX
It's not nice to stop them multiplying. Having so much fun too. ! ;)
13. March 2020, 10:06
Bart Goesaert
eeeeuuuuhhhhmm.... ;)
13. March 2020, 10:23

February 24, 2020

Kerry COX added a new photoalbum.
21. February 2020, 03:09
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Kerry COX
Alec K. My goodness, what have I done to deserve all this. ? :) :) :)
My life lesson.................do unto others as you would have them do unto you, and, always try to be a better person than you were yesterday.
Your kind words have made me even more grateful for being with the greatest forum on the net.
I did speak unkindly to one member here years ago and MH certainly gave me a well deserved spray over it, putting me in my place.
I am always mindful now of what and how I say what I do here, and it seems to have paid off. :) .
Thank you all your good wishes and for the patience and the compliments.
My smile gets bigger every day. :)
Cheers.
23. February 2020, 15:19
23. February 2020, 16:25
Lode Schildermans
Kerry, you do deserve these comments because of the great personality you are, and I can only affirm the comments of the mates
23. February 2020, 22:35
Kerry COX
Lode, Thank you my friend.
All the mates who have commented on this page I am truly overcome with what all of you have said. :)
You have all contributed to my well being far beyond what all of you could imagine.
I am, I can assure you, am a much better person for knowing you all, especially one person who introduced me to the clan, and that is Thomas Mayer, the guy who encouraged me to present my Horten 229 to the Zoukei Mura President, and from there, I now enjoy being in the very best of company, and wish for nothing more.
From the depths of my heart, I am most grateful for you all being here for me in my good and bad times.
I do, love you all. :)
23. February 2020, 23:21
Peter Hardy
Aww Kez, I done tole' you ages ago we were a wonderful bunch! Alec's comments are straight to the point, and, exceedingly accurate. You have been a wonderful teacher for me and definitely a mentor I can be proud of. To be a part of this community, despite all of our individual problems and issues, is warming to the core. I feel I belong here and my older brother, Kerry Cox has taught me so much and not just about modelling.
24. February 2020, 09:31
Mladen Radeka
Hiya Kerry, you asked what those triangles on the exhausts pipes are. Those depict a flying human which is the company logo of Junkers. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Junkers
24. February 2020, 10:58
Kerry COX
Mladen, I am in your debt mate. Not being familiar with that sort of thing, I would have just blindly and happily thought nothing of it. But as I have never seen any black and white images with anything like that I would have been none the wiser.
Thanks my friend. :)
24. February 2020, 12:09
Bart Goesaert
Thx Mladen, interesting fact...
24. February 2020, 12:54

February 19, 2020

Kerry COX and Lode Schildermans are now mates.
19. February 2020, 02:39

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