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Updated: November 12, 2019
4. September at 10:54:17 Share
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Kerry COX Gents, I do appreciate all your opinions and suggestions.
I did try and create a sea scape with some dedicated materials for such a result but with no avail. :(
A waste, but gained experience in the attempt. ;)
4. December at 20:07:43
Martin Oostrom I'm shocked! Kerry's account is hacked! This guy is suggesting that there is stuff in our hobby that Kerry can't do.
Just a joke mr Cox! Water is an tricky thing to get just right. I've seen beautiful models drowned out by ugly water. But also beautiful water wasted on a rubbish model. That sweet spot is hard to find, at least for us mere mortals.
4. December at 21:28:38
Kerry COX Martin. Your comments are well taken my friend. !
I have seen some great work done by some ship modellers here, but in so many cases, the 'water' let them down. :(
But show me a build that is in dry dock, and I can look at it all day, as all the attention is on the detailing with no distractions.
4. December at 21:46:02
Alec K It's progressing nicely mr Cox. I think dry dock presentation is the way to go, but that's just my opinion.
5. December at 05:19:11
Kerry COX Alec. Thank you for your assurance. :)
The sea making is a bit overwhelming really, even with all the videos and step by step images I have seen, and my miserable attempt, I think the dry look will be my best bet. ;)
5. December at 06:05:40
Richmond Kerry have you seen Scaleatons latest effort - as difficult to follow as many other Youtube water dioramas videos (they seem to assume we all know how do build one) but still worth a look. I may work it out eventually if I watch enough of them! There is an amazing one on here (probably the best I have seen), its a Harbour Tug with water pouring over the decks, but no instructions I'm afraid
5. December at 07:49:52
Kerry COX Richmond, my Darwinian friend. ;)
Thank you for the heads up and the name of the youtube crew who have some vids of the water world tips and tricks.
I will do a search and see what they have on offer, as the failure on my part has ignited a desire to one day, get it right, and anything that can help, I am keen to look at.
Again, I thank you. ;)
5. December at 10:11:02
Bart Goesaert We can only offer options, final choice is always with you. Nothing wrong with placing it on blocks or even the pedestal provided in the kit.

This is also nice, no sea to make:

this is just stunning:

But making a nice seascape is not the easiest thing to do, far from it...
5. December at 11:16:47
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December 4, 2019

Kerry COX added a new photoalbum.
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Updated: November 13, 2019
13. November at 21:58:29 Share
Kerry COX The box art is not too bad, and the model is much like whats on the box top.
13. November at 22:03:59
Lode Schildermans Looking very crisp, Kerry. The high standard that is your own. Always a pleasure to follow your builds
13. November at 22:05:24
Kerry COX Lode, Thanks good buddy.
This is an other 'quickie' I like to do without all the bling and tinsel.
A really simple but time consuming kit, but worth while if your looking for a distraction from the usual run of the mill kits.
I am pleased you had a look mate.
Cheers. ;)
14. November at 00:43:52
Peter Hardy Too fiddely for me Kerry. Nice job though. No paint on this one?
14. November at 02:31:30
Kerry COX There is more fiddling in a bike than this kit mate.
The paint is coming, just like the LAV. ;)
14. November at 05:17:51
Bart Goesaert Seems you are building my complete wanted list... Looking good, but care will be needed when to paint what part or subassembly...
4. December at 09:02:07
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Updated: November 27, 2019
4. November at 08:58:25 Share
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Bart Goesaert and we have twins... nice build so far...
18. November at 08:01:55
Kerry COX Thanks Mr Bart. ;)
I was so pleased with the detail, I had to have two. hhahahaha _
18. November at 08:46:40
Bart Goesaert you just wanted one on your shelf too, just admit it ;)
18. November at 09:13:34
Kerry COX Bart. I have to admit that your correct . :)
If it had not been for Peter buying it for me to build for him, I would never have seen it as one I would build for myself.
Strange how others chose what you will like. !
18. November at 14:16:44
Tim Heimer Looking great as usual!
18. November at 14:29:04
Bart Goesaert ah, he has an excellent taste...
18. November at 14:34:01
Kerry COX Thank you all so very much lads.
The painting begins today. !!!
18. November at 19:14:26
Bart Goesaert Enjoy... No hard edge camo?
4. December at 08:59:29
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November 18, 2019

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Updated: April 25, 2016
17. February 2016 at 04:04:10 Share
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Lode Schildermans Master@Work. Geez, Kerry, what do I like this build. Perfection aimed and in sight
23. October at 20:39:27
Kerry COX Lode. You sure are a boost to my confidence mate.
There are /were a few build issues with this kit, but thankfully, I have been able to conceal the worst of them. :)
Now my compressor has had a fit and I need to get that running. :(
But aside from all I have on my bench as running builds, I can see the 35 coming to an end in the not too distant future. :) :) :)
23. October at 21:00:19
Roberto Rocat Great progress
26. October at 10:03:23
Chaz Gordon looking forward to seeing the finished article
30. October at 20:46:10
Gareth Windsor It's an F-35A, but still fun to watch. The Dutch receive their first operational aircraft and in the arrival ceremony it was supposed to taxi through an arch of water. Fire trucks get it wrong.
12. November at 17:51:18
Roland Revolvermann haha, nice video Gareth rofl
Im one of the three F-35 "fans" (burn the witch) :D
Kerry, that is just amazing masterclass work! Looking forward seeing it finished
12. November at 18:16:04
Stephan Ryll That's looking like some serious work Kerry
12. November at 19:14:53
Bryn Crandell Gareth it looks like the crash crew has some explaining to do. Not good. but funny.
18. November at 19:05:59
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November 1, 2019

Kerry COX added a new photoalbum.
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Updated: October 11, 2019
22. September at 12:14:18 Share
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Chaz Gordon That was the winning car the year I went to LeMans, I remember it well, but I also remember it didn't sound anything like the incredible sound of the V8s it was competing against.
30. October at 20:12:53
Lode Schildermans I think it is the winning car in Kerry's collection
30. October at 20:57:49
Kerry COX Lode. I do have a nice collection of 1/24 comp cars.
2 Ford GT40's
2 Sauber Merc C9's
2 Ferrari 250GT's
and soon, 2 Mazda 787B's. :)
31. October at 01:47:09
31. October at 14:57:32
Lode Schildermans No doubt, Kerry, they are all beauties
31. October at 19:18:44
Kerry COX Lode, I have posted all of them at one stage, and my little CV2 will get the same happen too. ;)
31. October at 19:23:11
Peter Hardy Hey guys, saw this thing in the flesh yesterday! Got a guided tour through the "Cox Collection" at Modelling Heaven. Respect for Yoda's skills has elevated even further if that was possible. Models everywhere! Open the broom cupboard and there is a small collection of works in progress. Open the garage door and there is a BMW bike taking pride of position, surrounded by model boxes, dusty old dioramas and air brushing equipment. The lounge room has four display cabinets full of works of art. Dining room has a small collection of kits I have never seen before. Another visitor? Yep, none other that Dave Dalton, Oz ship building champ! And, of course, taking centre stage, a real life Yoda! I love this man! Well, I do have Mammy and we are talking plutonic of course but I had a wonderful day with Kezza! From living in a remote mining town with no peers, here I am with Australian Modelling Royalty! None of this possible without Scalemates! Thanks Tim, you have made dreams come true!
31. October at 23:38:12
Kerry COX Yes, there was a gathering of the three modellers yesterday. !
My house is as described, with modelles everywhere and occupying all available space. ;)
It was wonderful to gather with good friends and just talk plastic, techniques and passion for what keeps us in the brotherhood.
Actually, I have five display cases in my living room with a sixth being added this week end. :)
Not to mention the HUGE display case, (A former candy shop resident) turned into my very first display case some 25 years ago.
Peter has commissioned me to build the Trumpeter 1/35 ASLAV-PC PHASE 3 for him, wanting a 'COX' built kit for his collection, and that was a great compliment if ever there was.
Pictures will follow, all steps and stumbles faithfully recorded.
1. November at 12:52:28
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October 30, 2019

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Updated: October 26, 2019
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Bart Goesaert looking good, maybe a check on the 30mm flash suppressor. Seems like a small droop in it with regards to the rocketlauncers in pic 101 (I know, nitpicking...) would be nice to show one in action:

28. October at 08:30:41
Kerry COX Bart. An optical illusion my friend.
Check 99.............and 98. ;)
28. October at 09:11:50
Bart Goesaert 99: left side seems ok, right side... but only a hair...
28. October at 09:38:25
Kerry COX And that hair, I am not going to split. ;) hehehehe
28. October at 13:44:55
Ingo F Kerry if you need some pictures of the back, search for: Кортик 3М87
30. October at 13:24:10
Holger Kranich Interesting weapon... But i dont know if i should love it or hate it...
30. October at 14:41:00
Kerry COX As with all my choice in models. It's knowing how it works, why and it's effect that attracts me.
Plus, one will never get as close to some of the items we build in real life too. ;)
30. October at 15:46:18
Peter Hardy Pretty sure if I got close to that thing I'd want to be BEHIND it'
30. October at 23:17:04
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October 28, 2019

Kerry COX and Mario Facundo are now mates.
28. October at 21:27:16 Share

October 24, 2019

Kerry COX
Guys and gal's, I found this video of the QMHE comp for 2019. Excellent presentation.

Youtube Video

24. October at 20:54:51 Share

October 16, 2019

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Updated: October 16, 2019
22. September at 12:19:17 Share
Kerry COX Yet to be started.
22. September at 12:21:51
Holger Kranich I am somewhat looking forward!
26. September at 10:21:10
Chris Greathouse Looking forward to this... Looks wicked :D
26. September at 10:39:02
Lode Schildermans I already saw kits from them. Nicely detailed
26. September at 12:25:13
Kerry COX I am just about to load the images of the build with some text in image of the things I found that were fun and a bit of to 'Look out' for. :)
I loved it. :)
26. September at 14:31:34
Olivier Really impressive ! Pity for so many seam lines...
26. September at 17:24:50
Stefan Schacht very nice so far, I take a seat
26. September at 19:56:15
Kerry COX Thank you Stephan and Oliver, but thankfully, the removal of all the seam lines is no big drama, and has a positive impact on the overall appearance.
And being their first kit, it's still a joy to assemble.
26. September at 21:41:33
Lode Schildermans Great kit, Kerry. A pleasure to see how each part of the kit get its high level treatment for the making of a superb build.
16. October at 05:14:38
Kerry COX Lode. Thank you my friend. ;)
Would you believe I have three of them now, thinking of a small diorama of 'Airfield defense'.
The kit is really simple but so well detailed. !
:) :) :)
16. October at 07:56:56
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September 22, 2019

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Updated: September 22, 2019
22. September at 12:07:41 Share
Kerry COX Work yet to start. Just a teaser of what I am about to tackle. ;)
22. September at 12:10:38
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September 11, 2019

Kerry COX and Michael Drover are now mates.
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September 8, 2019

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Updated: August 25, 2019
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Thomas Mayer Congrats, Kerry! Well deserved!
7. September at 18:21:52
Kerry COX Mr Mayer, Thank you very much my friend.
It did create a lot of attention for such a small kit. !
Especially the unpainted one I had on our club table, with lots of questions. :)
7. September at 20:24:11
Thomas Mayer Will "try" to get mine ready for the Friedrichshafen show. But I´m, still doing the bends on many, many PE parts... :(
8. September at 09:59:02
Kerry COX Thomas, I have no doubt that you will nail the PE without any problems. The little ones on the four vinyl pads on the base will be the ones to really be careful of, as there is a curve that has to be created and they end up looking like kats whiskers. :)
Image 89.
8. September at 11:43:26
Thomas Mayer Been there, done that:
8. September at 13:17:33
Thomas Mayer And this one:
8. September at 13:18:24
Thomas Mayer These are the hooks I soldered together:
8. September at 13:19:19
Kerry COX As always. A superb result. !
The soldered hooks look stunning Thomas. :)
I am now looking to get a good soldering iron for the bits on the I-400 sub. :)
Keep the images coming Thomas, as I am always keen to see what you do mate. :)
8. September at 20:22:57
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August 26, 2019

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Updated: August 26, 2019
26. August at 08:42:19 Share
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Patrick Hagelstein Especially for the coffee cup! ;)
26. August at 17:34:28
Kerry COX LOL. Thanks lads. :)
I now regret not taking more images as there were some wonderful club presentations I just didn't have time to grab, as I spent most of my time on our club stand answering questions about all the items we had on display.
And would you believe it was the women who were the ones who asked the most questions and had a truly good knowledge of what was out in the scale modelling world. !!!
The Marty McFly character actually comes with the kit. ?!
And the model it's self is built up section by sections sent to you in the post from China. ? !
The same with the Marlborough Mclaren F1 behind it. !
26. August at 19:29:28
James C Wow... looks to have been an awesome show. A nice variety of subjects as well for some amazing looking presentations!
Many thanks for sharing Kezza... and congrats again on your placings.
26. August at 19:41:51
Agustin Prellezo Thank for this!
26. August at 20:03:13
Christian Bruer Excellent work over there Thx for sharing Kerry :)
26. August at 20:10:54
Spanjaard what a great show! thanks for sharing
26. August at 21:11:45
Lode Schildermans Kerry, nice to see what happens on the other side of the planet. The same as here, awesome modeling. Thanks for sharing that with us
26. August at 21:40:52
Kerry COX The pleasures of modelling have their advantages mates. It was one of the best experiences I have had for quite a while. :)
26. August at 22:24:26
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August 18, 2019

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Updated: August 14, 2019
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Slavo Hazucha Kerry I consider a well done foil-surface one of the real "crown" techniques in this hobby... I've never done one, my (very) long term plan is to approach this slowly on some trial builds over time & when it works maybe do a 1:32 F-104 at some point :) In the meantime, I enjoy following your ever growing digital encyclopedia of modeling techniques over here ;)
17. August at 09:47:28
Kerry COX Slavo, you have all my attention with the BMF aspect of this hobby, and an F-104 1/32 is my dream.
Many hard curves to contend with, and I am part way through one at the moment, and a project I have dabbled in for over two years now, but with the new type of foil that BMF are producing, it is getting easier to do.
There have been many things I have seen here on SM that have been a great help to me, and as it happens, I have been able to pass on some tips and trick from my end too.
The biggest thrill I ever got as a modeller was doing the 1/32 Zoukei Mura Ho-229 with the Uschi wood grain decals that was posted by the President on his blog, that started a craze where every modeller just had to replicate what I had done. :)
And it also set new sales records for them and got me the opportunity to be one of their many 'Test shot' builders, which got me many new kits that had not been released to the world yet. :)
17. August at 12:08:03
Lode Schildermans Kerry, looked at the link. Well, the recognition of the manufacturers is well desserved. Thanks to builders as 'Red Roo', manufacturers keep improving their kits. The fact you share your tips and tricks is a real help for the bunch. @Peter (Hardy) : I feel a padawan too seeing Kerry's achievements. Glad we may call us padawans of this jedi master
17. August at 17:16:29
Kerry COX Lode. Your observations are quite to the point, and I will add here that I didn't post the link to big note myself, but rather to say that we are all capable of producing wonderful works of art from time to time and it's a big deal when we are recognised for doing it. The recognition by the company was for me, the greatest achievement I could possibly hope for. And the kind words from all my mates I have here. :)
17. August at 19:10:28
Maciej Bellos Kerry your craftmanship is unique! Fantastic result! Hats off sir!
17. August at 20:24:01
Kerry COX Muchas Gracias my friend, :)
18. August at 01:44:47
Slavo Hazucha Kerry you really stole the show with the wooden finish Ho-229 :D No wonder it got you a lifetime supply of goodness :) About Uschi - I want to try their metal dust products on some future engine nozzle works - any experience/intel on that?
18. August at 20:38:21
Kerry COX Slavo. I am anxiously waiting for the 'set' of the Uschi powders, having been given some 'chrome' by my club mate on an experimental basis and, I am finding it is like using 'alclad', in that you need a gloss black base to start with for the powder to do it's job.
I will be putting together a little blurb here on how I find it's applicable and how to get some good/or bad results, but at the moment I have no images of the stuff I have done, as these examples are all packed in boxes ready for the QMHE 2019 event on August in Brisbane/Ipswich.
As for the wood grain decals and how that build happened, it was from hearing the stories of how Germany had started to run out of the metals needed for aircraft production and the fact that there were more furniture makers than metal workers in Germany at that time and how the Horten brothers had been glider builders before the war.
I tried to imagine what the Ho-229 would have looked like before it was passed through the paint shop as
I was just not happy with all the paint schemes I was seeing of the Ho-229, as there was NO information about what it looked like except from what the one that was 'captured' looked like after the yanks had painted it before shipping it back to the USA for the reverse engineering by Northrop happened.
I did the same thing with the V-22 'Osprey'. Having seen some images of it in it's Bell-Boeing paint scheme when it was going through it's prototype configuration and the paint scheme it had before main production started after the project got the approval of congress. Much better than that drab gray scheme and the yawn factor that went with it. Italari's V-22 "Osprey" in prototype colours from 1994. | Album by RedRoo

18. August at 21:07:35
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August 14, 2019

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Kerry COX Thank you Antonio, Duri and Pierre for your kind words. :)
The image of this model was used in the advertisements by Zoukie-mura to promote the wood grain decals I used that are now being made by Uschi van der Rosten for them.
It is the best model I have ever made. :)
28. January 2016 at 09:38:14
Clifford Keesler Fantastic as always mate.
28. January 2016 at 20:10:42
Kerry COX I keep getting asked what sort of stencil I used for the wood effect, so I just had to post the pro mo pic. :-/
28. January 2016 at 21:22:39
Spanjaard really great job. amazing wood effect indeed.
5. April 2016 at 09:07:01
Kerry COX Spanjaard, Thank you for your kind words. :)
This is the model that got me back to normal. LOL :)
5. April 2016 at 09:12:33
Roberto Rocat Wow, surely not a shake & bake kit! Great progress.
9. October 2016 at 08:13:21
Kerry COX I just thought I would add some imaged of my pilot. I hope you saw him. ? :)
9. October 2016 at 08:55:19
P J Glad this popped up on my feed today; a social media post said something about the V3 being restored/rebuilt in America and inspired me to read more about the Ho-229. Was going to come looking for your amazing build album Kerry, one of my favourites on this board!
9. October 2016 at 18:05:29
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August 10, 2019

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Kerry COX She is all finished now Stephan. !
Everything is where it should be and I am most happy. :)
8. August at 20:34:07
Augie Well done Kezza :)
8. August at 20:44:45
Slavo Hazucha @ yellow canopy lines - sometimes we need Mr. Kerry Cox to remind us what's actually in the box... Working with the Aussie decals, I completely forgot I got these too on the HB decal sheet... :D
8. August at 20:52:28
Kerry COX Slavo. :)
The HB decals are not that bad really.
But one thing I did notice s the 'walkway' and 'No Step' are back to front and it would have been wiser to trim them off and place them in the right positions and correct way . Other than that, a good decal sheet. ;)
8. August at 21:29:44
Clifford Keesler Very well done Kerry, my upmost admiration. Well done master.
9. August at 01:12:23
Kerry COX Clifford. Thank you most kindly my friend. :)
I had an immense amount of fun.
9. August at 02:27:55
Stephan Ryll Beautiful work Kerry
10. August at 10:31:15
Kerry COX Stephan. I am obliged my friend.
Thank heaps. :)
10. August at 11:09:26
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August 8, 2019

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Bryn Crandell What a unique vehicle. A lot of interesting detail which is typical for a Tamiya kit. I agree some internal deatil would be cool. I would like to see a drivers interior and enging compartment that could be diplayed open. I may have to hunt one of these kits down.
8. August at 11:19:53
Holger Kranich Hey the molds are from 1974. I wasnt even Born back then. So be Kind to this kit-grampa. :)
8. August at 11:27:58
Kerry COX What's that you say sunny. ? Wah. ?
Hehehehehe. All is gently placed in position and totally devoid of any offending seam lines and flash. ;)
Only two crew members in 'tropical/desert garb and should be easy to "paint", doing just a single coat of matt clear and weathering the dried result. (just for kicks) as the colour of the plastic will allow me to avoid having to paint the sand colour, only to then 'dust' it in the colours of many miles on dirt. :) 43c in the shade. Make it look sunburned/bleached and thirsty. ;)
8. August at 12:03:18
James C Awesome Kerry, going to be cool to see what you do with this one.
8. August at 19:13:51
Kerry COX James. That goes for both of us mate, having only ever done one with just the matt clear and then weathered.
8. August at 20:37:13
Slavo Hazucha Nice job on the wheels the masking really worked flawlessly, top!
8. August at 21:01:04
Kerry COX Slavo. The 'trick' to getting a good result after painting was to remove the parrafilm as soon as possible after painting. As it will still be a little damp, but soft enough to help over come the paint flaking and feathering on the demarcation line where the rim meets the rubber. ;)
Letting the paint dry to total hardness creates problems when the masking is removed. But if one was to 'score' a line with a sharp blade along the demarcation line, that is the way to get dry paint to not shatter or 'feather'.
8. August at 21:36:26
Lode Schildermans Kerry, I'm in. Curious how you'll alter this into a 'typical' Kerry special build
8. August at 22:00:02
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July 28, 2019

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Nathan Dempsey Can't wait to see the build Slavo.

Another good thing Kerry's images show is the exhausts when parked. Note how one is open and one is closed much like on the F-14.
5. July at 17:13:28
Martin o hello, I can no longer see the contents of this album. did that happen just for me or is it gone for the others as well? It vanished just as I was using it to build my TF30s.. guess i should have saved those pics huh
28. July at 18:05:03
Augie Kezz whats happened bud?
28. July at 18:07:06
Kerry COX There were many of my images used by some one out in the web land who claimed them as his own so I challenged them on copyright and told them to give me the credit for the images., and I deleted the images until I heard from him that he would honour my request.
28. July at 20:11:33
Augie Ahhh
28. July at 20:19:33
Martin o oh thank god :) and godspeed!
28. July at 20:46:05
Slavo Hazucha Oh man... Good you sorted that, having the the Wrangler images is really great & particularly useful for my G-version build... Which I'll gladly state in the description once it gets done! ;)
28. July at 20:51:50
Kerry COX That was a great result in being granted permission to 'shoot' the Bone bandit for scale modellers, Being the ONLY, (up to that point in time) film crew to be able to actually walk the wing upper surface and crawl right into both the wheel wells and bomb bay. I will post the correspondence dealing with the shoot for you.
28. July at 22:03:44
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28. July at 12:29:12 Share
Kerry COX The very first time Brisbane saw a 'Dump and Burn'. It scared the shit out of every one. They thought that WW3 had started.
28. July at 12:33:07
Kerry COX Roland. There were a LOT of people in Brisbane who had not heard that a 'Dump and Burn' was to happen, and a LOT of people shit their pants. Phoned the police and car accidents all over the city. hahahahahahaha. :)
This is an OOTB build with no bling added at all. :)
I will post more pics as I draw closer to the finish.
Thanks for the compliment mate. :)
28. July at 13:09:47
Stephan Ryll Very fast „Vark" Kerry :) looking very good
28. July at 14:25:15
Kerry COX I have been concentrating on it to have it ready for the QMHE comp in August.
28. July at 14:26:31
Slavo Hazucha The SEA camo looks great, once the silvering in the decals is sorted it should be a beauty Looks like you'll be first to start - first to finish in the group build... :)
28. July at 20:47:56
Kerry COX There is NO 'silvering' with the decals. What your seeing is the light reflecting off the decals.
I eliminated the effects of air being trapped under the decals (silvering) by using a clear water soluble glue mixed / diluted with the Microsol fluid that penetrates the matt surface and stops air being trapped under the decal.
A technique I developed a long time ago when I first 'discovered' the properties of the 'Elmers clear paper glue', and have used it constantly when applying every decal since.
It is what Humbrol sell as "Clear fix".
I am a long way off the 'finish', as now I do all the nav and clearance lights, and FYI, the F-111's had no 'slime lights' on the ends of their wings, just in case any one goes looking for decals to brighten up the wing tips. :)
28. July at 21:55:28
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July 20, 2019

Kerry COX and Greg Jones are now mates.
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July 7, 2019

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James C It was this build that convinced me to get the Hobby Boss 1/48 F-111 kit
27. June at 20:56:23
Kerry COX I am pleased I did a fair job with it otherwise no one would have considered the Hobby Boss kit at all.
27. June at 21:06:29
Augie I love the hobby boss kit, Just not got to building yet.
27. June at 21:22:09
Kerry COX Augie, you will be blown away when you see the most finite detail that all their kits come with, especially the rivets and surface details.
Have you bought any yet or have your eye on one. ? let me know.
27. June at 22:05:23
Slavo Hazucha Thanks for bringing this to my attention Kerry! The HB kit surely looks decent enough, details, lines & rivets a joy to work with... But it is the builder who has to show on no uncertain terms where the journey will go and you handled that business with flying colors! Will surely come back to you when I get to start building mine.
27. June at 22:09:40
Augie hey kezza, I have two and looking at another lol
27. June at 22:16:08
Clifford Keesler I will get one someday when I'm rich. LOL. Meanwhile I will keep grinding out the Acadmey monsters. Have 2 FB-111A's. I am going to do one in the "Dark Vark" scheme and the other in SEA camo.
28. June at 00:03:36
Kerry COX The secret to the SEA cammo is blue tack putty. So good for compound curves.
28. June at 00:36:16
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June 28, 2019

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Kerry COX Any time for my friends Komoras. :)
15. March at 17:44:43
Christian W This is great! I'll Keep it in mind. Got that stuff from a freind but never used it.
28. June at 09:21:46
Derek Huggett Finally succumbed myself Kerry - easy to find on evilBay among all the other surgical supplies. Saw some rubber tubing also advertised, which bought back all the old nightmares....AAARRGGHH, Nurse...Not the rubber tubing again...pleeeze!!! :)
28. June at 10:13:24
Kerry COX To think that Parrafilm started off being used in the horticultural business, being a wrapper for cuttings when spliced into other plants. ! Then pathology grabbed it for use in labs to seal glass tubes and the like, but now, more modellers use it than any one else. !!!! FACT. :)
28. June at 10:56:37
Derek Huggett Likewise, a certain floor shine liquid that is now 'the modellers friend' (Klear)! What an inventive/innovative bunch we are! 8)
28. June at 12:21:48
Spanjaard Well, we gad yo do wit what was at hand, Boeing that floor polish, foid wrapping, electrical cables.....
28. June at 19:07:19
Christian W The modellers are quite good inventors :D Or are they just practical? Creative. They are creative.
28. June at 19:51:26
Kerry COX All of the above me thinks. :) Adaptation of so many things that really had no basis in modelling, like the simple little piece of plastic that goes on the bread wrapper/bag. ! How many times has that humble little square helped me out of a jam. :) :) :)
28. June at 20:24:47
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Peter Hardy Young Kerry. You'd have to have five years on me! That'd make you what? 38. 40?
12. August 2018 at 04:37:53
Kerry COX Duo Finito. !
14. August 2018 at 21:54:09
Peter Hardy Too much time in Latin classes Kez. Nice job on the duo though. Love the body paint!
14. August 2018 at 22:03:22
Spanjaard both fantastic Kerry
14. August 2018 at 22:31:13
Michael Hickey WoW, you've done a superb job on both these Stallions, you should be very pleased to have these in your collection and I am sure their going to turn heads at the QMHE.
14. August 2018 at 23:38:46
Kerry COX Gents. :) Thank you so much for your wonderful comments and hopes for the comp. I am happy, though I can still see faults with some aspects. But that's our nature yeah. ? :)
15. August 2018 at 01:24:46
Christian W Great built! The Dashboard Looks good with the "glas" on it. I used to use "weißleim" (PVA glue?). It dries clear but the survace is concave.
28. June at 09:24:32
Kerry COX The 'clear' is also called 'clear fix', made by humbrol, but dries badly, loosing that nice smooth surface. But thank you for the . :)
28. June at 11:07:34
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June 25, 2019

Kerry COX and Paul Juliano are now mates.
25. June at 20:38:25 Share
Kerry COX
Every model I have ordered from them arrives well packed and in the factory cladding. But make sure you get it by paying for 'tracking'. Good souls mate. :)
25. June at 13:01:40 Share
Holger Kranich Very good to hear that, Kezza! I´m curious how Long it will take till i hold it in my Hands. :) And it is a bargain! Just 27€ plus shipping. Way cool, thanks for the hint Buddy! 8)
25. June at 13:11:42
Kerry COX Remember this and your understanding of why it will take as long as it takes to get to you is because, the Hong Kong international airport handles more than you can imagine, and all done with 'bar code'. and.................. Youtube Video

25. June at 13:30:37
Holger Kranich Oh my gosh, what a big terminal! LOL :D
25. June at 13:50:43
Kerry COX After all Holger. China is one of the biggest manufacturing economies in the world. In fact, all kits we buy, Tamiya and most others are made in China under licence.
25. June at 15:08:24
Wim van der Luijt which shop are we talking about?
25. June at 16:33:10
Olivier I have the feeling the start of the conversation is missing...
25. June at 17:06:14
Wim van der Luijt i have the feeling this should be a PM and we are snooping
25. June at 17:12:51
Martin Oostrom
25. June at 18:45:55
Nathan Dempsey ..and attaining the 1:35 Sea Wiz.
25. June at 18:56:40
Chris Greathouse Cool video! Thanks for the knowledge bomb :)
25. June at 19:11:59
Kerry COX This post was the response to Holgers question to me of my dealings with any model supply companies in China and why it may take a bit longer than usual to receive anything you may purchase from there. A general knowledge thing I guess. :) :)
25. June at 20:37:33
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June 24, 2019

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James C That's some pretty solid modelling work you've done on that bike. Impressive attention to detail and looking so clean and tidy. Well done mate.
24. June at 19:01:56
Munkyslut Kerry good choice mate, luv a boxer twin, I got an 09 HP2Sport & a couple of S1000RR's to abuse Britain on :)
24. June at 19:29:23
Kim Branders Nice details Kerry.
24. June at 19:32:22
Kerry COX Primate troll ( ;) ) I am giving it away now, as it is too big and I am 73 and find it hard to man handle it around the city, and that is why I love touring, dodging the roos, camels, stray cattle and goats. hahahahahaha
24. June at 19:51:52
Kerry COX Your all so kind and supportive. Thank to all for your support. It makes it so worthwhile.
24. June at 19:52:56
Slavo Hazucha I've been watching this for some time but kept my mouth shut/keyboard locked, because I seriously lack in the "knowing anything about bikes" department... The amount of details to look at is just staggering, I particularly (but not exclusively) admire the transparent hoses...
24. June at 20:27:27
Daniel Klink This Bike is so damn cool... 250cc on 6 cyl...
Must be a joyride on this indeed
It is a real shame that my uncle did not keep his '70 Trident T150 :(
24. June at 20:43:13
Kerry COX Daniel, there are two bikes that give me goose bumps when I hear them. Those being the Triumph and BSA triples of the 70/80's and of course, the six cylinder Rc-166.

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May 22, 2019

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20. May at 21:50:54
Kerry COX Munkeymoll, from what I can gather from a "Google" search, this is one of the very first of, and many others like it, that Bandai put out for 'Entex', a yank company in California in the mid 70's. !
And as Packard only stopped making the actual car in 1962, it is still quite a popular car for those who collect the real thing. :)
I will post close up images of the parts when I crack the sealed bags it comes in, as I don't want to do that until the actual build takes place.
So until then, I will be pouring over the instructions and bag contents getting a good idea and plan of attack.
There are heaps of images of the real beast on 'Images'. so reference imagery is readily available.

Augie, I will look for a set of the handles you describe. :) But don't worry, I am a most cautious and considerate driver. ;)

And Mr Greathouse, I am pleased your along for the ride too. :)
21. May at 00:11:34
Thomas Bischoff this will be fun to watch and I think there's still a seat left? After all it's a big car :)
21. May at 19:02:22
Kerry COX A 'joy ride' like no other you have had Thomas. ;) hehehehehe
21. May at 21:21:56
Munkyslut Remember the Ant Hill Mob from the Whacky Races???
21. May at 21:32:05
Kerry COX The animated ones. ?
22. May at 03:16:26
Munkyslut Yeah that's the one! This Packard reminds me of their huge black gangster ride
22. May at 03:58:25
Kerry COX Yeah. ! Your spot on with that. LOL hahahahaha :)
22. May at 04:14:34
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May 11, 2019

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Lode Schildermans That's also why we're here for
11. May at 13:53:08
Holger Kranich Crazy? Who is crazy? Me? Who say´s i am crazy? Muahahaha :D
11. May at 14:10:27
Clifford Keesler Are you sure it's not you Holger? LOL. Nah it's me.
11. May at 15:02:46
Kerry COX The best collection of derelicts if ever there was, and all of them are my mates. ;)
11. May at 18:28:54
Tim Heimer ROTFLMAO!
11. May at 20:16:20
11. May at 20:22:45
Peter Hardy Thankfully, I am outside the asylum fence looking in at the inmates!
11. May at 21:18:03
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May 2, 2019

Kerry COX
I have just deleted the P-51D album, as it was totally destroyed by my knocking over an open container of Acetone all over the parts I had on my table ready for final assembly, totally wrecking all surfaces, all unrecoverable.
No lessons learned here. Just stupidity.
Cheers. :(
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Greg Baker I dunno... I think you should've just said it was a "Salvador Dali surrealist impression of a P-51D" and elevated all of us with a little bit more culture and class through art... I would've believed you. :D
2. May at 05:29:40
Kerry COX I think I take things a little less seriously as Salvadore, though I do like his works. ! :-O
But right now, I am in a good place, having some older kits I can go looking for spares in.
2. May at 05:42:37
Matthew A I had a similar experience involving an open shed door, a cat, Acetone, and an Airfix Super Mystere that I had spent days on fixing the length (it's missing a bit right thru the tail /bum, plus a little near the nose). I did learn a lesson and bought a new/old Super Mystere plus one of these
2. May at 10:13:53
Michael Hickey @Matthew, ROTFLMAO. :D
2. May at 12:03:20
2. May at 12:37:05
Kerry COX :) :) :) :) That makes me feel a whole lot better Mathew.
Cheers my friend. hahahahahahahahahaha
2. May at 15:21:04
Matthew A I must point out I butchered the kit not the cat. And I know it's a powerful water pistol but don't Persians already have flat faces?
2. May at 16:25:15
Kerry COX Persian cats have flat faces that get flatter every day because they never learn to slow down when coming through the 'cat doors' at full pace. :)
2. May at 22:18:11
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April 15, 2019

Michael Hickey@Kerry COX
Hey Kerry, where do you purchase this MEK product? I'm currently using Tamiya Liquid Cement and am looking for a cheaper alternative. I also use something like Holly use's to apply it with, I use a thin glass pipette with a rubber squeezy thing to suck the liquid up and to release the cement. Like a child's medicine applicator.

Cheers, Mike.
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Kerry COX Blame Mike Hickey for this one lads. hahahahahaha :).
Me and my MEK. !.............................I just dunno. ;) heheheheheh
(Good one michael.) LOL. :)
14. April at 14:56:28
Nathan Dempsey I only wanted to show folks I actually learned something from watching the Simpsons. This particular lesson came in handy while in the fire prevention industry.
14. April at 15:31:03
15. April at 00:38:25
Michael Hickey I used this MEK stuff this morning to glue the pylons/engine pods onto my B-58 and it works just like Kerry says. Some of it run across the underwing to the next pylon because I had put a tad to much on, so I thought I'd lightly touch it to see the result and it was already dry. It didn't leave any finger prints on the surface what so ever, I have now found my new liquid glue. And another thing Kerry was right about it does smell quite a lot so I'm glad I'm working right in front of my open window. :D :D :D
15. April at 02:19:06
Donald Dickson II Then I will likely not mess with it as I am in the basement. Not a ton of ventilation there.
15. April at 03:02:44
Kerry COX Michael. What I just read gave me goose bumps. ! hehehehe :)
If any 'surface damage' happens from any over flow like what happened Mike, the mark left behind can easily be removed with either a sharp scalpel or the finest of sand paper, and there is no penetration like there is with the Tamiya glue, making MEK the easiest of glues to use.
Donald, I would would be worried if there was an open container in a tin can without a lid in your basement, but using it from an old Tamiya liquid glue bottle would pose no heath hazard what so ever.
I am pleased your liking what you got Michael. ;)
15. April at 05:19:29
Holger Kranich Cool that you like it, Mike! Ok it smells not as good as TTC but it works mighty fine! :)
15. April at 06:42:27
Michael Hickey Yes the smell was strong, but then again I was working from the original bottle. I'm sure when I decant some into a smaller bottle it won't smell as strong. :)
15. April at 06:50:06
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March 12, 2019

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March 11, 2019

Kerry COX and Ingo F are now mates.
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February 15, 2019

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Bart Goesaert it's the same story everywhere. Here we have a very talented club, and some members place the club-logo on their models. In my opinion, these should be banned because they are influencing the judges... willing or not...and yeah, sometimes not the best model wins... a friend of mine took part in a modelcontest with the masters an didn't get a medal in his category... so ok nothing happened, next competition, the same club gives him a special award and comes by to ask him wether he wants to compete with his model on their show... some duhhh-moment...
29. June 2015 at 09:48:09
Kerry COX For years, it was the same guys winning with crap and the effect was that the comp table thinned out to just two or three clubs.
Now there is change and a different selection system, the numbers have improved.
29. June 2015 at 09:56:15
Tim Heimer I love your work on these mate! Just need a few more pilots to finish it up.
18. March 2017 at 14:12:37
Kerry COX Timothy, Thanks for your looking in on "Blondie" mate. :)
I have got these in my display case with the pilot and his parachute hanging off his arse and he really looks a treat. .
These were my first and only effort with the bare metal foil, as it drove me nutts with all the curves I had to work out without taring great holes in the work. :(
The judging when I placed these was all club based and outsiders didn't get a look in, but that's all finished now with the new and fairer selection of judges. :)
Cheers Timothy and thanks again. :)
18. March 2017 at 14:34:20
Tim Heimer Funny I was thinking ..what a pain it had to be foiling that! But it looks good!! As well as the other birds. Keep up the good work mate, Cheers from up north! LOL
19. March 2017 at 01:50:08
Kerry COX Timothy. :)
"Up north" eh.? lol
I attempted a 1/32 Hasegawa 'Starfighter' F-104 with the foil, but even though it had cleaner lines, it was more difficult as there were so few single panels to deal with. So it's now keeping the silverfish company in my stash recess. :-/
Right now I am in the processes of screwing up a Dragon Sd.Kfz.251 C, turning it into an "A" but I should have looked before I leaped into all the dramas. :(
But I do persist. :)

19. March 2017 at 03:35:37
Katya Hodgson That's just stunning... I could never manage anything like this...
15. February at 21:13:45
Kerry COX Katya. It is not as hard as it looks. It's just patience and keeping it all dust free and clean.
15. February at 23:04:12
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February 9, 2019

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Kerry COX I do agree Bart. But when the hull is as distorted as it is, I was left with no other option. :(
8. February at 11:29:08
Augie Good god man! my eyes go crossed just looking at all the PE
8. February at 11:50:13
Tim Heimer Hey! at least it isn't the sunken version!
8. February at 13:16:58
Rene Scheiblich Sunken version... Fine idea :D

Checking in on Kezza's masterpiece... Only to see the hull is warped :( too bad mate. After all that work to make the area around the shafts look great...
8. February at 15:03:12
Kerry COX Lads and Lassies. I guess that this is all part of the joy of why we do and what we do. Fumbles and masterpieces. :) But, there is always the one yet to be built that will have all the right things in all the right places. hehehehe :) Meanwhile, I grin and bare it.
Augie, all that PE was half the reason I went for the water line, as I have always wanted to try my hand at 'makin' water'. ;)
8. February at 16:12:22
Augie Hehe your bloody bonkers ;) I'd end up pinging most of it to hell an back
8. February at 16:13:53
Kerry COX MM. I am lead to believe that the different colors used on the turret tops was for identification when in battle group configuration/formation. Also, as an indication to all pilots that they were 'friendlies'. :) https://forum.worldofwarship..ret-colors-arent-historical/
8. February at 21:01:50
Kerry COX Thank you for the info and the link. ;)
9. February at 00:45:47
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January 18, 2019

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Kerry COX Lode. Your a most kind man with your compliments and praise. :)
I feel quite humbled that you hold me in such good standing. :)
It must be the engineer in me that is always looking for the easiest way to solve problems, and with plastic kits, it's not an exact science, but it certainly keeps my grey matter busy.
15. January at 10:53:54
Lode Schildermans That's engineering, Kerry. As an engineer, I think the same way
15. January at 14:22:02
Kerry COX Lode. That is so true. :)
I have always had this thing where, if I can fix something...............anything, my day is complete. :) hahahaha
15. January at 19:21:53
Es-haq Khosravi Great job Kerry! I'm watching!
15. January at 20:37:29
Miro Herold Good sanding work
18. January at 10:31:29
Kerry COX I am just hope full that the chrome BMF will stay in place. :)
18. January at 11:24:18
Bryn Crandell Watching this one. Seems as if this kit needs some surgery to get it to fit right. Your challenges are felt amoungst us all. Looks like its coming together though.
18. January at 16:32:27
Kerry COX Academy do make good models, but EVERY one I have done has had major fit issues, especially the F-4 Phantom. Grrrrrrr
The bulk of the Academy molds seem to be old Revel pressings.
Just like Italeri using old Tamiya molds.
18. January at 21:08:08
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Clifford Keesler It's looking cool. Congrats. on your HO-229, It is truly a masterpiece, and the rewards were well deserved.
16. January at 21:25:58
Peter Hardy Someone's been looking in your cupboard Kez!!
16. January at 22:04:38
Kerry COX I don't mind.
At my age, you grab all the attention you can get.
17. January at 02:13:32
James C Hey cool to put a face to the name finally mate.
17. January at 17:53:05
Joerg R. I love this planeO.O Great build so far, Kerry
17. January at 18:48:49
Kerry COX Thanks lads. :)
17. January at 20:44:13
Lode Schildermans I take my hat off, when the grandmaster passes by. And he just did? Kerry, hat off for this detail to engineerig
17. January at 23:15:38
Kerry COX Lode. I just tried to make what was all ready an astounding kit just a little better in it's looks.
Cheers and thank you.
18. January at 01:26:36
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January 17, 2019

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Kerry COX Many thanks gents. :) Fully worth the time and effort really.
9. January at 02:53:09
Bart Goesaert nice and colorfull... good job
9. January at 07:55:46
Kerry COX Cheers Bart. :)
9. January at 07:57:32
Soeren . Great work Kerry ;) Didnt expect less from you!
9. January at 08:38:16
Kerry COX Sören, Thank you heaps my friend, and how are you. ? ;)
9. January at 09:10:10
Bryn Crandell The finished Hun is amazing. Well done Kerry!
16. January at 23:43:20
Bryn Crandell The finished Hun is amazing. Well done Kerry!
16. January at 23:43:21
Kerry COX Bryn. Thank you for your comment and smile.
It was truthfully, a great deal of fun to tackle, let alone finish.
I had a blast.
17. January at 02:27:49
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January 9, 2019

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January 6, 2019

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December 28, 2018

Kerry COX
I want to wish all my friends, mates and fellow modellers a most joyful Christmas and a happy new year.
Be kind to all and love all you can.
God bless.
Kerry COX. aka 'Red Roo'.
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Gordon Sørensen Merry Christmas Everyone! We have a great modelling community here. Looking forward to seeing everyones builds in the new year, and maybe actually finishing a couple myself!
25. December 2018 at 00:52:44
Kerry COX Thank you Gordon. We certainly have a fine gathering of wonderful people, for sure.
Cheers. ;)
25. December 2018 at 03:49:10
Lode Schildermans Merry C, crazy bunch of modelers :)
25. December 2018 at 09:57:42
Rui S Hi Kezza.
Thx Mate. I wish you a very Happy New Year
25. December 2018 at 22:25:00
Holger Kranich All the best, you crazy dudes! :D
26. December 2018 at 12:31:39
Roger Judd Merry Christmas to everyone. Hope you had a great Christmas. I've got a new BE2c to build. Happy modelling in 2019.
26. December 2018 at 12:44:34
arne vd burg Merry Christmas to you all
26. December 2018 at 19:00:46
Miro Herold A good year of modelling!
28. December 2018 at 18:22:40
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December 12, 2018

Kerry COX
I am taking an overdue break from Scalemates and modelling in general for a while, as all I seem to have been doing lately is nothing but be a scale modeller and very little else.
I am sure all of you will understand.
Kerry. aka, Red Roo.
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Spanjaard agree!
19. November 2018 at 00:21:08
Kerry COX Thank you all. I will be 'active' as soon as the drugs wear off. ! Right now, not much makes any sense. :-/
19. November 2018 at 20:32:15
Lode Schildermans Strenght, mate. As I think I may say, the whole bunch is supporting you
19. November 2018 at 22:42:46
Kerry COX I am most grateful for all the support my friends. :)
20. November 2018 at 05:12:05
Bart Goesaert glad it came alright... enjoy the break, and hopefully your ticke ticker (Allo Allo pronouciation in mind) keeps on ticking for a long time...
12. December 2018 at 08:05:15
Kerry COX The hearts fine. The mind is something else. Mmmmmmmm
12. December 2018 at 13:37:51
Es-haq Khosravi Nice to hear again from you Kerry!
12. December 2018 at 13:43:24
Bart Goesaert That will mend too, important things first...
12. December 2018 at 13:59:29
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December 9, 2018

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Peter Hardy My neighbors have a DVD player. Maybe they won't notice ... :)
8. December 2018 at 21:13:48
Spanjaard add the adress Daniel ;)
@Kezza, take good care of yourself mate. i do actually have a collection of stuff from old electronics too :D
9. December 2018 at 00:19:53
Michael Hickey Problem is Peter you'll use a tank of juice just to get to your neighbors and back. :D
9. December 2018 at 00:22:23
9. December 2018 at 01:51:54
Wim van der Luijt I use a slightly different method of extracting the parts, it's called "brute force" and involves repeated blows with a hammer :D
9. December 2018 at 11:20:34
Daniel Klink Hope you wear glasses when you do this Wim ;)
9. December 2018 at 11:31:52
Lode Schildermans I find this a very good way to recover model build material, but my neighbours are complaining now that they can't listen to CD's anymore
9. December 2018 at 20:06:29
Martin Oostrom Your neighbours needed your cd-player to listen to cd's? You really are a generous person ;)

Kerry, glad to see you're still cruising along
9. December 2018 at 21:10:15
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