thegoodsgt

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    Steven Brown

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    1/72 scale Cold War and modern aircraft, all types, all services, all nations.

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  1. I know as much about CAD and CAD software as you, so if I were intending to produce CAD parts I'd take some classes at a local community college. You could probably struggle through teaching yourself how to use CAD software, but in the long run you'll be more successful with a strong foundation in the principles of computer aided design. And I imagine that classes will expose you to various software programs as well. Steven Brown Scale Model Soup
  2. You mean you don't have unlimited money and time?
  3. Thanks for adding these links.
  4. Here's a link to the contest site for those who might be intersested. LINK I always like to see contests promoted, and providing details is the best way to do so.
  5. I'm going to go out on a limb and say, yes, we will see a 1/48 B-47. Maybe within the next five years. The manufacturers are slowly running out of subject matter. LINK Steven Brown Scale Model Soup
  6. I'd suggest contacting Floyd directly. We can only speculate. info@wernerswings.com
  7. You forgot to post the link.
  8. I'm one of those guys not holding my breath. The F-101 will get here when it gets here. In the meantime I'm building the models I have.
  9. I guess I've been lucky. In my twenty years of judging I've seen only the basics assessed. I've never heard any comment regarding accuracy affect the outcome of the category.
  10. Don’t underestimate the knowledge of contest judges. You could come across a judge who points out that the No Push stencils (in Russian) on your model were not used on the aircraft that saw service in Syria. Steven Brown Scale Model Soup
  11. What scale? Trumpeter produces kits in 1/72, 1/48, and 1/32.
  12. Don't feel compelled to re-paint the model. Consider it a learning experience and move on to the next model. Link Steven Brown Scale Model Soup
  13. I followed crushkill's suggestion. I Googled... custom military patches …and found: http://www.omlpatches.com/ https://www.custompatches.net/gallery-military-patches.html There are many more.
  14. That's my guess.
  15. At the top of my curious mind: Will the kit have at least a rudimentary interior? Will the nose be positionable in the raised position? Time will tell.... Steven Brown Scale Model Soup