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Hi there. Can I go first? When I saw the announcement I just knew right away what to build. This Tomcat, along with VF-103 christmass special scheme has been on my mind for a while now. The 1977 variation of VF-142 scheme. There are quite a few photos of this jet on the net. I'm using the 1/72 scale Hobby Boss Tomcat. Never built it before, so that's new. Very nice boxart. OOB Decals I'll be using. There was a while I considered the VF-41 gray/white scheme. But I'm sticking to this one. I did start this kit a ye
Hi All, It's been a while since my post on the hangar thread about my build plans. I actually had planned to bring the kits and several (read: limited) tool with me to work (I work in an off-shore rig). And hence, my progress will be very slow and filled with blurry pictures from my phone. Start with the cockpit I spray the tub with Tamiya XF-69 Nato Black and brushed the panels with Revell Panzergrau, and Revell Mausgrau. And permanent marker pen for the screens. The weathering was done with Tamiya brown panel liner wash, Flory model wash, and dusting with Tamiya weather
Hello folks this is Tamiya's stug3b built oob. usual tamiya, built was a breeze, working suspension was a real nice touch but of course the vinyl tracks are letting down. anyway the model isn't mine and i was asked not to do any kind of weathering, tho there is still panel fading, drybrushing and pinwashes. enjoy.
Hello all, this will be my entry to the GB. initially i was thinking of doing a 1/72 HB Bombcat but lately this A-37b came as a commission build, i thought it'd be a subject better suited for this GB Began the kit yesterday: After a day this is where i am at, fuselage is closed and mated with the wings: Fit wise OK, there are issues in the usual places like the inlets but nothing extraordinary so far. Cockpit will receive seatbelts, IP and it's coaming, than an oil wash to pop the details a bit more. Aircraft