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    1/32 Aircraft, usually OOB now, don`t have the time, patience or desire to superdetail any more.

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  1. dmthamade

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  2. Two builds for the year, one jet, one prop. Both are 1/32. First is a Tamiya F-4J in Vietnam era Marine markings. Loaded in CAS role. Second is the Revell Piper Super Cub in Luftwaffe trainer scheme. Don
  3. Simple colors, but looks great in a splinter scheme. Great build!! Don
  4. Thanks for the positives, guys!! Happy with the build, a Marine phantom with a loadout with Snakes, nape, and rockets!! Can't go wrong with that loadout!! Don
  5. Finished off the SOD. AOA decals, Videoaviation Snakeyes, AMS Mk 77 fire bombs.
  6. When I did this build I was using Photobucket. After they did their thing, I went to Imageshack. Don't know how to fix this so the pics are clear, I may have saved the pics to disc. I'll have a lookaround. What parts are you having problems with? Don
  7. I've never tried brush painting them, can experiment and get back to you. I used Tamiya dullcoat over the build, XF-86 I used these paints and their recommended primer on a P-38 Trumpeter build.74-660 is their recommended primer. Found the primer airbrushed great, glossy smooth... let it set up and dry. then hit it with a Metal Color overall. Masked with tape to spray various panels and the tape pulled up the paint and primer. Not small amounts, but BIG sheets of paint!! Had to strip and start again. Stripping was easy, just used tape. Primed with Tamiya
  8. Nothing accurate about this scheme, just playing with Vallejo metal Color paints. Had a bad experience with them before, just wanted to beat them into working. paints work really well, no hesitation using them. Don
  9. Time for something different
  10. Have to say, I started a build on LSP on the Super Bug, Had to walk away ( maybe for good ) as you are constantly fighting the kit. Not in a simple scrape here and there, more like half the parts are from Revell, the other half from Fisher-Price, with Fisher -Price parts fitting better. Now, I know, we're model builders, we make art from little bits of plastic, but for a mainstream kit maker that's shown so much promise lately, this is a BIG let down with the amount of work needed. Did build the Trumpeter Bug, wasn't easy either but did finish. If you really want one of these, buy it NOW befo
  11. I've been doing this for a while. Keeps the bench clear, things better organized. P-38 Trumpeter up on the board. Don
  12. Ships, armor, cars, figures? I know it says AIRCRAFT resource center, but might be a way to attract builders to future GBs if they were all included (as much as possible) Purists may disagree... Don
  13. Yup!!! Really did attract a lot of builds. One small suggestion, and maybe I missed it, a post in the car/armour/sci fi, ship forums alerting them to a Revell everything GB might have included more builds. Would your next GB have room for these? Don
  14. I see that, too. See some of the the non aircraft forums have seen 1 year anniversary dates on some threads. I remember when Zone Five started... not a lot happening there, either....good luck... Don
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