Discussion in 'General Off Topic Forums' started by philo426, Oct 26, 2017.
Put on the wings,one large plane!
I built a couple of those for other folks about 20 years ago. Does the kit still have the pages showing the crash landed one as a dio? You'll also need to build the DC-3 and YF12a.........
I still have some unbuilt 1/48 kits, like a DC3, YF12a, F-104, B-58, and several Williams Brothers 1/35 racing planes.
Yes it does have the Shep Paine crash diorama booklet.
Added some decals.Went on well.
Added the top turret. Had to shave it down a bit to fit.
Beautiful, what a nice scale size too - the detail and your workmanship are excellent.
Thanks!I like the way it turned out!
out done.... The bombers are big in 1/48!
Cool display case ^^^
The bottom looks like under water stuff going on.
Yeah the advertising company was just throwing the large Lego Display away!
Preview of the next project!
They lumbered aloft at dawn....
Nice job on B17. Looks good next to the Lib.
Curious, can you even see the interior details?
Reminds me of my junior high/high school bedroom. I had a shelf with every Navy aircraft flown from a carrier involved in Vietnam built in 1/72 scale, Skyraider, A4, Vigilante, F4, Crusader, Intruder, etc..
Looks great! I was wondering about the interior details as well.
Yes the detail is hard to see but it is there.
It reminds of a 'boardgame' I had when I was a kid.
It was called Sub Search. It was just like Battleship, except it had four levels.
Or Chopper Strike with the clear plastic sky board
Can you dig this?
Good stuff. Sweet man cave.
Do you do a clear coat? I used to brush on some charcoal powder at the exhaust and then seal it with matte clear coat.
I didn't huff it, but I loved the smell of Testors glue (orange tube, not the blue tube).
I had this board game and ran missions all over Europe. No computer (other than Norden bomb site) needed
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