Thanks Joe, I'm better at armour as I'm not neat by nature and armour is automatically filthy but my modelling is a bit verlinden era so not up with all todays techniques.
David, understatement of the year. It was horrible to start with, but in trying to join the fuselage halves, there was some warpage and I snapped the nose below the cockpit. Then in trying to fix that I used hair dryer on fuselage to try and get bend out and promptly melted the area around the intake so it no longer has intake into engine properly and the fuselage is concave near intake. It was going into bin, when I heard new GR1 is due for release this year, but it taunted me so just accepted the faults and finished as a place holder in the cabinet until that kit is released, which we all know may be never, especially as it's a GR1 then have to wait for the GR3. Its done, out of sight, out of mind, but this beautiful plane and warrior deserves better.
9. August, 20:30