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Interesting website

August 8 2017 at 9:39 PM
Mark Munro  (Login Lobowwe)
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Paul Giles
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Happy days...

August 9 2017, 9:00 AM 

Thanks for posting Mark, I have owned many of the sets shown in the blog at some time in my youth. Like most lads in the 60's we eagerly awaited the latest release of figures from Airfix to create battles with, all good fun.

All the best,


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Mark Munro
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Airfix really...

August 10 2017, 12:22 AM 

is at the heart of our modelling culture. We all started with Airfix figures and even today, they serve as either standard figures or the basis for conversions. I love the way those folks have taken those ACW figures, which were pretty basic in sculpting, and turned them into some quite amazingly well done figures. I think the fact that are so basic, and I mean a lot of Airfix's output, gives instant rise to the conversion/creativity aspect- how can i mke this figure really become a work of art.But those paint-jobs- man!!

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