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Ju 388- Planet Models 1/48 Resin

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I too have always enjoyed your step by step presentations of your builds, cant wait to see more!

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Many thanks!

I've been forming a strategy for this build- and have launched into it. Take a look!

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Great start to the new year Chuk! I can tell you are a true professional because I could never "deftly" break off fragile pieces, I'm more like Shrek in a china shop :(

Looking forward to the next installment.

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I do DARE to stay tuned chuk ;) , your job is awesome, great tutorial for me i have learned toooooo many tricks and tips from you, so i am ready to take my chances :) . Keep posting my friend.

John

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Bookmarked! This will be a joy to follow. Hopefully I'll learn somethin' along the way as well...

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Terrific work and hugely informative as always. I've never seen a resin kit being built before so will be watching this with great interest. Thank you yet again Maestro Chuk.

:D

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Always entertaining and informative Chuck! Can't wait for the table book :thumbsup:

Keep it coming mate!

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so does Hannah have a sister?

This is a great tutorial on how to build a resin kit!

Thanks Chuck!

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Paging ChukW, Paging ChukW, Please pick up the white courtesy phone.

What's happening, Chuk...everything okay? You haven't posted for seven weeks...

SEVEN WEEKS! I'm going through Chuk wthdrawals!!!

Jim

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Paging ChukW, Paging ChukW, Please pick up the white courtesy phone.

What's happening, Chuk...everything okay? You haven't posted for seven weeks...

SEVEN WEEKS! I'm going through Chuk wthdrawals!!!

Jim

+1.... I have been waiting patiently, really hoping for an update.

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Err.... hello, everybody! Sorry for the lack of updates- life's been kind of busy lately. I have gotten some work done- built an assembly jig, fitted all the main parts- time to start the cockpit! I hope to have an update tomorrow evening, In the meantime, check out my target build here: Well Provisioned!

I'm switching between two modeling projects- so keep your eyes peeled for both.

Cheers!

chuk

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Err.... hello, everybody! Sorry for the lack of updates- life's been kind of busy lately. I have gotten some work done- built an assembly jig, fitted all the main parts- time to start the cockpit! I hope to have an update tomorrow evening, In the meantime, check out my target build here: Well Provisioned!

I'm switching between two modeling projects- so keep your eyes peeled for both.

Cheers!

chuk

Chukw

Great things are taking place I see. :monkeydance:

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I'm having some technical issues that are holding up the latest post- arrgh! I have a dual-monitor et-up, and moved my setup around Saturday morning. It involved swapping the monitors left and right. Everything's jake except for one thing: certain pop-up windows open somewhere off in left field, and I can't get them back onscreen! For example, the Dreamweaver window that I click to upload photos to my site. :crying2: I'm running Windows XP, if anyone has any helpful tips.

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Well, I think I have things straightened out- let's give this another try!

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yaaa!

Love updates.

Nice work Chuck!

For your foil belts, do they require any different technique when painting? I have some foil to try on my next build.

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I plan to just prime them in dark grey along with the seat, then paint 'em acrylics as usual.

BTW- I corrected the post and added a pic that got left out- second from last.

Cheers!

chuk

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Wunderbar !

Can't wait for more (no pressure)...

:D

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nice progress Chuck

lovely job on the seat belts

cheers

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I'm so glad to see you're a Porco Rosso fan...love that flick! Any chance we'll see a Macchi flying boat getting the Chuk Treatment sometime?

This thread is fascinating, as always.

Thanks for sharing your imagination & skills with us.

Wayne

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Thanks!

I would have posted this last week if not for a monsoon rain that caused a short in an outside receptacle that could have burned down the house! As it is, all is well with just a few scorch marks- whew! I was two-thirds done with the intro cartoon, too- lost that when the circuit breaker tripped. Oh, well, Hauptmann Hannah's back to introduce this much-delayed update- read on!

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