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PostSubject: Re: Operation Chastise - Finished.   Wed Apr 30, 2014 2:15 pm

Ok Geoff, AA puffs in a few.... !!

Finished at last.

I took heaps of pics, dropped heaps of pics, still posted heaps of pics!!!

Airfix kit A50061
Eduard Pe interior set, which can't be seen,
added the nose arial which was on G- George
Modelmaster brass .303 barrels
Prop Blur's fitted.

I used Vallejo still water for the first time for the run off area, the white lines showing is white glue that is still drying to hold the dam in place.

hope you enjoy my take on Operation Chastise.

a few special effects from the new camera, 4 on nightvision

two on Silhouette

A lot of flak around that Dam!

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PostSubject: Re: Operation Chastise - Finished.   Thu May 01, 2014 4:28 pm

Looking good! I really like the way you did the "spinning props". Very Happy That is a great touch and well executed!

The B&W pics almost look like period shots - great stuff again, seeing the Lanc bust out of the darkenss over the dam wall in B&W!

Bigger the bang, the better!!
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