Fairchild Boxcar to Phoenix

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Re: Fairchild Boxcar to Phoenix

Postby Mustang » Sun Jan 17, 2016 7:28 pm

Well done Roy

You have made an excellent model, and agree with what the others have already said :clap: :clap: you have defiantly improved you're modelling skill.

I've been so busy with all that I've got on, that I've not commented before on a lot of this years builds. Time just keep flying bye :(

So congrats on a well thought out idea.

I'll be reading all the others ones there finished ;)
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Re: Fairchild Boxcar to Phoenix

Postby royjess » Sun Jan 17, 2016 10:27 pm

Thanks Mustang

Mustang wrote:
you have defiantly improved you're modelling skill.



This is thanks to everyone on this forum. I also learnt so much from entering last years comp

Mustang wrote:
I've been so busy with all that I've got on, that I've not commented before on a lot of this years builds. Time just keep flying bye :(



I know, the last two months have just flown by
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Re: Fairchild Boxcar to Phoenix

Postby steve131 » Sun Jan 17, 2016 10:33 pm

Great work Roy :clap: Nice idea for a model.
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Re: Fairchild Boxcar to Phoenix

Postby Chadders87 » Mon Feb 01, 2016 2:18 pm

The Phoenix looks great Roy, I love all the hand made mods and the level of detail you have put into it!
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Re: Fairchild Boxcar to Phoenix

Postby casper » Mon Feb 01, 2016 9:42 pm

Hi roy :)
you did an excellent job on your Phoenix :clap: :clap: some great mods and an interesting subject
I really like the Christmas competitions and have also picked up tips and skills from other members. The smaller kits are great and don't take long to build and paint so to a novice like myself your able to learn the different building, painting or weathering skills quicker and when your confident these can then be used on larger builds.
Been reading through all the entires again and there are some really great builds this year, well done everyone
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Re: Fairchild Boxcar to Phoenix

Postby royjess » Mon Feb 01, 2016 10:07 pm

Thanks Casp :)

casper wrote: to a novice like myself


You don't need to be so modest, your modelling/painting skills are brilliant :clap: :clap: .

I fully agree, the Christmas comp is a great way to learn new skills.

Roy :)
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