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iModeler store ‘Best Thing Ever’ says David from London!

October 10, 2017 in Uncategorized

I was just sitting working on my latest build when the postman dropped in this rather rakish hoodie and a yellow beer drinking thing (some would say it looks a bit like a mug) – couldn’t be more pleased.

Bravo iModeler!

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19 responses to iModeler store ‘Best Thing Ever’ says David from London!

  1. How cool is that?
    Many thanks for posting this, David.

  2. Cheers, Robert. Feeling like James Brown.

  3. Johannes, you are welcome – glad to support what you and the team are doing with the site.

  4. Let’s see, guitar, Marshall stack, black hoodie and a Viking helmet. David, are you in a Scandinavian death metal band like!? Be sure not to crack that sweet mug when you’re screaming from the bowels of your lungs. (Yes, bowels. Because everyone knows that screaming at the top of your lungs is for bands with blonde hair.)

  5. Nice shot…..why didn’t I think of doin’ that? 🙂

  6. Lots of nice stuff over there 🙂

  7. Hi Bartek, and thanks for posting. Your Mig-15 is one of my favourite models I’ve seen this year – we going to see more of your work soon?

  8. I expect to see you on the cover of GQ magazine any day now David. You be stylin.for sure. Speaking of rockers one of these days I’ll have to tell you my Lead Zeppelin story.

  9. Really, you can’t leave us on that teaser. A Led Zeppelin story? Come on, Tom…

  10. David, stylin’ and profilin’. I was wondering if your guitar had horns on it. I’m glad it doesn’t, that just seems a bit much. I once saw Jonathan Winters (a bizarre comedian in my youth) put on this horned helmet, and say “Talk about your wisdom teeth!”

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