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  1. I was recently(ish) given a built up 1/72 Supermarine Attacker. No idea of what kit it is but seems fairly vintage but decent quality. Frog? Displaying isn’t really my thing and I have a more modern Attacker kit in the stash anyway so… what to do? Fortunately the Attacker fuselage seems to have been repurposed into umpteen prototype or experimental aircraft so there were lots of options to reuse and reshape this. To whit, the Supermarine type 510, Britain’s first swept wing jet aircraft to fly Prebutchery while I compared Mystere wings After initial butchery, tracing of
  2. As finished as she is going to get for now. I had planned to do very thin black line decals for the flying surfaces and fuselage break between the cockpit and engine sections but they disintegrated so here is the 1/72 Avro Z.101 as she stands while I contemplate scribing. Derived from the Blue Steel nuclear missile the rocket powered Z.101 was intended to be air dropped by the Vulcan bomber reach mach 3.5 and very high altitude as a test plane. Due to the very high approach speed (200mph) and nose up landing anticipated a parasail recovery and landing was considered. A slightly
  3. In search of a very high speed & altitude research aircraft Avro proposed a cunning plan The Z.101 manned Blue Steel A couple of variations on the theme were proposed including landing by parasail A scaled(ish) drawing and a mix of donated parts and scrounged bits from the scrap box
  4. Hunter fans please avert your eyes, this is not going to be pretty I find that an Airfix Hunter in my possession is sans wings and wheels so having also scavenged a tailplane from it for my Supermarine 510 it is entirely lacking in flying surfaces. Enter, stage left. The Hawker P.1091 Still elegant looking but a bit different from the normal Hunter fare Prebutchery and then post a bit of light butchery
  5. My intention was for this to be my entry for the car GB. That dream was dashed by the unreasonableness of Mr Mad not giving me a special dispensation to start the GB a month and a half early, on account of me being special. Bad Mad! I've not done a kit-bash before because that's the realm of weirdos (not offence if you're a weirdo). Why would someone like me, who is the dictionary definition of 'well adjusted' be doing something this odd. It's Richard's fault. No doubt my SR-71 was the highlight of your year so far (well, maybe the highlight of the 4th January at 4:35pm anyway)
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