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Vince Maddux

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    who needs instructions
  • Birthday 10/05/1975

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  1. How hard would it be to convert Hobbyboss's A model to an E without just buying and new kit
  2. https://www.cnn.com/2020/05/17/americas/snowbirds-plane-crash-kamloops-canada/index.html Rest in peace PAO Jenn Casey .
  3. I wished I could have got their TAV-8B conversion.
  4. I was hoping to see something new to the paint scheme too. but as it's been said its tradition. But its not like they haven't changed their paint schemes before (Panther to Cougar). Fat Albert is going to have a new look, why not the rest of the team?.... I have a crazy idea, get a T-6 and bring back Beetle Bomb!
  5. No one has made new update decals for it yet!
  6. https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/33307/first-photos-of-f-a-18e-super-hornet-in-blue-angels-paint-emerges
  7. Its on my list to draw and 3d print one. Just have a BIG 3d project to finish first.
  8. Here is a crazy thought, I wonder if Su-24s refueling probes are compatible with NATO baskets? I think I read somewhere that the Russian aircraft work with western ground equipment.
  9. I have an idea, we need decals for the Mitsubishi F-1,T-2, F-2 and for the Kawasaki T-4. There are tons of paint schemes out there for them. I know there are some decal sheets out there but they are hard to find and harder to get.
  10. Dave, What are you using for the ultrasonic cleaner, I need to get one.
  11. Yes, but people say the same thing about the T-37 and still no 48th scale kit
  12. Thanks for the advice and correcting my terminology. my FDM printer is a CR-10.The more I read, the more I think that drawing or scribbling the panel lines will be the best way to go. On another project I'm working on I found that printing the fuselage in "ring" sections seems to work best as appose to printing them in traditional left and right halves. Yes and no, weather its printed FDM or with Resin there will still be a post print process that will need to be done to make a perfectly smooth part. But I'm not expecting to print Tamiya quality kits
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