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So you think you are a good modeller.

This has to be the most perfect model ever

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Peter Miller15/05/2012 12:19:58
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Watch this video. You will then know what boggling of the mind really is.

I estimate that you can't get closer to perfection. I know it isn't a flying model but this amazing.

Note that what you think are real hangar doors are also scale models.

Now boggle your mind.

Tony Bennett15/05/2012 12:40:10
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that is mind boggling.

Jon Laughton15/05/2012 12:46:20
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Almost unbelievable - a true testament to the modeller's art!

IanN15/05/2012 14:37:10
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Good grief ...

Absolutely awesome - especially to someone like me, who's finest work is best viewed from fifteen paces wink

Simon Chaddock15/05/2012 14:48:08
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An amazing feat and looks increadible.

I suppose one advantage of modelling a WWii warbird is that most of the airframe is fabricated from sheet.

Something like Barry Hares scale Merlin most is machined from solid.

However they are both quite beyond anyhting I can even dream of.

Mike Rolls15/05/2012 17:41:35
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Absolutely incredible!!


Mark R15/05/2012 17:54:21
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Very impressive there was a few 'has to be scale' geeks at the various shows trying desparately to find fault with the build.........really hope they were disappointed

Doug Ireland16/05/2012 08:33:08
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The B-17 model is just as impressive! I can turn my hand to most things but I wouldn't know where to start creating a work of art like that!

Cyclicscooby17/05/2012 01:26:13
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I suppose someone out there must be that good, and it looks like it's him...

People like that are there to give the other 99.99% of the population (us) something to aim for..


Amazing... !! He must have many many tools, and the patience of a saint..

Thanks Pete..



Chrisie.. xx

Edited By Cyclicscooby on 17/05/2012 01:27:20

Peter Miller17/05/2012 08:27:10
11094 forum posts
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Back in the 70s a modeller in the UK built a R/C Beagle Pup in metal. a superb piece of work al though not to these standards of detail

I believe he ended up with a nervous breakdown.

cymaz17/05/2012 08:57:54
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There is a retired  dentist (I think) who does similar but all aluminium


Here it is

Edited By cymaz on 17/05/2012 09:02:42

Major19/05/2012 01:04:23
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It is just amazing. The Art in its pure form. Would compare it to DIY engines, but even far better. My English does not contain enough words to describe my feelings about it.

Big Bandit19/05/2012 04:04:43
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That's just fantastic, an inspiration.

Barrie Dav 219/05/2012 07:58:39
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Well, not up to my usual standard. You should see my Gentle Lady.....

Martyn K19/05/2012 09:33:41
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Stunning (buy I haven't seen the gentle lady yet). The attention to detail is amazing.

I wonder how much he gets paid to make them..

I am also a little puzzled about his aversion to using powered tools, if this is a commercial venture then surely the objective would be to get the model built to the same or better standard as quickly as possible.

I would not have thought that the organisation commissioning the model would really care how it was built.. I certainly would not want to file umpteen brass bullets at 1/15 scale.. for a personal venture then I can understand the labour of love. I also wonder if he has a family.


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