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caudleryan

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  1. Hi there. I hate to say, but the links are broken. Would love to see it!
  2. I would like to clarify my last comment a little if I may. While the ps274 is a wonderful airbrush, I would classify the painting patterns as very fine. As for the ps770, I would classify the painting patterns as extremely fine. With the ps274, I can get lines as fine as a 0.5 mm pen. With the ps770, I can get pencil width and even finer with practice. But, when I said both perform basically the same, I should clarify that with patience and practice, you can achieve basically the same results between the two. Either way, both are fantastic airbrushes and each have their pros over the other. I
  3. This is going to be really good! Can't wait to see more!
  4. I second the Gunze airbrushes. I have the ps274 and it is a wonderful airbrush. I can do fine camo with it as well as spraying broad areas like car bodies. I bought mine on Spraygunner.com for around $110 shipped. I have been using it for almost two years now and haven't had a single problem with it. As with any airbrush, just make sure it is cleaned well after use and it will spray beautifully every time. I also have the ps770. And, honestly, I rarely ever use it because I can achieve almost the exact same results with the ps274.
  5. Incredible build! I love the weathering!
  6. Very nice! Not often you see this version getting built. You did an outstanding job!
  7. I thought this article was pretty interesting from our viewpoint in the hobby. Using 3D modelling for use in the military to plan and execute raids against high value targets like the Bin Laden raid. https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/36368/meet-the-little-model-shop-that-played-an-big-role-in-killing-osama-bin-laden
  8. Another incredible build! I believe that no matter what you build, aircraft or helicopters, they all turn out top notch!
  9. Some more info in the Bonhomme Richard and the recent fires onboard the Kesarge and JFK. https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/35046/navy-chief-uss-bonhomme-richard-fire-damaged-most-decks-gutted-island-warped-flight-deck
  10. Oh dear. Is it just me, or does this draw parallels to the Fitzgerald and McCain incidents? I don't know much about Navy protocols, so I 'm not going to comment about it. Just strikes me as odd that there have been two fires within a week of each other onboard two LHA's.
  11. Very cool! Although I would need about 6 dozen of those. I think I have around 250 bottles of paint on those shelves alone. Not to mention all of the paints for my car models.
  12. I don't know how your store is set up, but I found this across from the model aisle. There is an aisle that has a different assortment of shelves. I got this one on clearance for 50% off. It still ended up being around $60, so not that cheap.
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