Jump to content
ARC Discussion Forums

PlasticWeapons

Members
  • Content Count

    2,157
  • Joined

  • Last visited

About PlasticWeapons

  • Rank
    1/48 scale modern jet builder.
  • Birthday February 1

Contact Methods

  • Website URL
    http://www.facebook.com/PlasticWeapons
  • ICQ
    0

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    S.F. Bay Area
  • Interests
    USN jets, 1950s to present day.
    Photography.

Recent Profile Visitors

13,181 profile views
  1. Check out Craig’s build here to get an idea of what mods you need to do for the centerline pylon: http://kiwimodeller.com/~kmodel/index.php/forum/38-follow-as-i-build/24670-hasegawa-1-48-av-8b-harrier-ii-vma-231?start=60
  2. PlasticWeapons

    AV-8B to GR. 5?

    If you can find the out-of-production AMRAAM Resin conversion (released in the late 1990s) for the Monogram kit, you can make either a GR.5 or 7. They used to have the Harrier Plus conversion as well.
  3. PlasticWeapons

    Resin air intake for Tamiya's F-16C 1:48

    You can, but you must modify both parts.
  4. PlasticWeapons

    Resin air intake for Tamiya's F-16C 1:48

    Oh I see. Those photos were of the test casts, the main intake and resin parts are smooth. Better photos will be shared (I didn’t take the latest photos LOL).
  5. PlasticWeapons

    Resin air intake for Tamiya's F-16C 1:48

    The photo is a resin copy of the master pattern. I still don’t understand the “outward intake cover” you mention as I didn’t make any intake covers (I don’t use intake covers in any of my builds BTW 😎).
  6. PlasticWeapons

    Resin air intake for Tamiya's F-16C 1:48

    I’m sorry, I don’t understand your question regarding the F-2 intakes.
  7. PlasticWeapons

    Resin air intake for Tamiya's F-16C 1:48

    Trying to get a build done for Nationals. After that I’ll get back to work on the intakes masters. 🙂
  8. PlasticWeapons

    Kitty Hawk RF-101A/C

    I sent Mike a PM. I guess he isn’t quite caught up then LOL! Sorry guys. Will keep you posted.
  9. PlasticWeapons

    Kitty Hawk RF-101A/C

    Yup! I received some test shots last week to check the intake fit to the kit and the resin fits perfectly. I have seamless F-16 NSI and MCID intakes in progress for the Hasegawa kits. I have huge stash of those and thought it’s about time they get some love again since the Seamless Suckers aren’t available anymore. Seamless Tamiya F-16 intakes are on the bench too but I need to finish at least one Nats build before I can concentrate on the intake projects.
  10. PlasticWeapons

    Kitty Hawk RF-101A/C

    The Z-M F-4 seamless intakes were available as a pre-order and Mike got a huge response (>200 orders) for them. He spent plenty of time trying to catch up so he turned off the order link. Now that he’s almost caught up, the links are turned on again. I sent Mike F-2A/B seamless intake masters for the 1/48 Hasegawa kit. They should be available in a couple of weeks while we make instructions and product photos for them. Hope you will like the new F-2 intakes. Make sure to keep Mike really busy. LMAO
  11. PlasticWeapons

    Building Hasegawa Tomcats in the age of Tamiya

    Intake covers won’t be allowed. Hahahahaha!
  12. PlasticWeapons

    Building Hasegawa Tomcats in the age of Tamiya

    Hasegawa/Monogram F-14 group build? 😄
  13. PlasticWeapons

    A-6E cockpit base colour

    Personally, I use a custom 1:1 mix of Model Master enamel dark gull gray and light gull gray. Tamiya XF-20 Medium Grey is another close match.
  14. PlasticWeapons

    Another New Line of Paints

    I purchased my set when shipping was free until December. They aren't cheap either. If you thought MRP was expensive, these go for roughly $15/bottle.
  15. PlasticWeapons

    Another New Line of Paints

    Since we're on the subject of new paint lines, I bought a few bottles of Archive-X enamel. It's a new brand that is attempting to bring back the old Floquil paint hues from the 1970s, supposedly the paint used to finish the original Star Wars studio models, and created for the Star Wars scale model geeks. Archive-X is a UK-based outfit and have a Facebook page, that's how I learned of this paint.
×