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wingman777

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About wingman777

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  • Birthday 07/18/1960

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    Raleigh, North Carolina, USA
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    Christian music, bible, fitness, fishing, aircraft, model building, photography

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  1. yes, very impressive build. I did the exact same paint scheme on the Hasegawa 1/32 F6F-5.
  2. very creative, nothing wasted.
  3. I built this kit years ago and thought it was a surprisingly good kit that often gets overlooked. You did a really good job with it. I like that you included a pilot and did the ground shots...very convincing.
  4. good work on that beautiful beast...the pictures are done well but dont give us any idea about just how large the kit is. can you put something like a bottle or can close to it for scale?
  5. bwahahaahahah!! Absolutely love it. good work on the lights on the car but mostly the humor of the outhouse. The upside down bat on the door, the graffiti from his life-long pal the Joker. Keep up the good work.
  6. Aw heck yeah, that works for me. Looks deadly.
  7. I really like what I"m seeing, great detail right out of the box and the size of this beast is impressive. I"ve built the 1/32 F6F by Hasegawa three times so I"m a big Hellcat fan anyway. Can't wait to see this one completed.
  8. oooh, very original.....looking forward to this one big time!
  9. so what are you doing with the much improved versions of these 1/18 kits once youve completed them. museum, auction, hanging from the ceiling?
  10. one of the most realistic models I've ever seen, fabulous weathering...convinces my eyes that this could be a real aircraft. I need a tutorial
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