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Paul T18/06/2019 15:18:56
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Dave

As usual another fine example of your building skills, this time along with a very arty video some scenes of which hark back to 'Ride the White Horses'

Its just a shame that the model is so small .....isn't it time that you applied your skills to building a proper size model laugh

Paul

Colin Bishop18/06/2019 15:36:28
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Have you never heard of the term 'jewel like' Paul?

1:16 is actually a very handy size for this type of model.

Colin

Dave Milbourn18/06/2019 16:11:23
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Paul

"Compact and bijou, my dear" as Mr Mercury might have said.

I have a larger model in development. I could tell you more but then I'd have to kill you...

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Colin Bishop18/06/2019 18:33:06
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Annyway, everyone knows that Faireys are small and beautiful.....

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Paul T18/06/2019 18:59:22
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everyone knows that Faireys are small and beautiful.

And live at the bottom of the garden

Image result for fairies

This one is looking for its lost Huntsman wink

Colin Bishop18/06/2019 19:22:41
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Paul, that's a Goblin...

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Paul T18/06/2019 19:37:00
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No Colin its actually an Irish fairy but this is a Goblin

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Dave Milbourn18/06/2019 20:08:05
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No!!!

THIS is a Goblin...

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Colin Bishop18/06/2019 21:02:21
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My God! Ancient technology...

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Ray Wood 218/06/2019 21:27:05
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Blimey,

We had one as a wedding present in 77 used to wake us up with a spray of boiling water, those were the days 😀

Regards Ray

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