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Squizzy

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About Squizzy

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  • Birthday 09/14/1978

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  1. I love reading tips from the master, one day I hope to be half as good, might be over reaching there!
  2. I love the lines of all Hornets, I’m going to enjoy watching this. I’ve got a some super hornets in the stash, and I’ve just started a f/a-18a+ as an aggressor. Good luck with the build, I’ll be following this with great interest, mine found itself put aside for another day! You could also use some of the air scale photo etched brass and decals kits to jazz up the cockpit.
  3. Chuck and Pete have both taken things to another level, I’m obviously taking part in a very different hobby as my work looks nothing like the examples here!
  4. I can’t wait to see the paint job you do on that cockpit Chuck! Great work
  5. This is going to be so awesome to follow, and I pretty much know I’ll learn so much from this !!!!
  6. Unbelievable Chuck, you just pump out masterpiece after masterpiece! I remember when you started this build, because I was starting a build at the same time, and I’m still at the start, and you’re done with yet another show stopper! Granted I’ve actually started 3 different kits, and I really need to settle on one, so I can finish, but congrats on your awesome Tempest!
  7. The burnt metal effect is just awesome, no different from the rest of the phantom, but that really is incredible!
  8. Bigger is better! Aircraft has to be 1/32, the only aircraft kit I have that’s 1/48 is the B1-b bomber, which is still massive. And for a break from aircraft, it’s 1/200 battleships!
  9. How did you get a blue back drop big enough to put behind the real aircraft?! Awesome paint and weathering, with step by step instructions, thanks Chuck. I’ve noticed that you haven’t used primer on your models for some time now Chuck, one question on that. Have you had any issues with the paint being sprayed on the kit coming out in slightly different shades over plastic to resin parts? For example, a replacement resin intake set that also replaces the fuselage sections around the intake?
  10. Great paint and weathering, looks absolutely fantastic! Congratulations on a great build, I love a tomcat , it’s on my to do list, but I need to finish something, anything first!
  11. And once again Chuck you take us all to school. What an amazing finish you’re achieving, and you let us know how you done it to have a crack at it ourselves. Thanks for the effort you put into your posts, and congrats on another masterpiece coming together.
  12. I’ll be watching this with interest! I’ve got one in the stash, and for some reason this kit has we worried about starting it! Must be the cost and the Trumpeter factor, but from what I’ve read, they had Trumpeter’s A team on this one. Good luck!
  13. That’s an awesome looking hornet, I’d like to see some photos of the cockpit , and good luck with the Tomcat, please make sure to post photos of the cat!
  14. Unfortunately this build hit a big snag, I was wanting to start with the cockpit , being the Avionix set. Most of the parts were unusable being badly damaged in the box, others were like there wasn't enough resin poured into the mold. I ordered another set and got started with cleaning the cockpit sides ready for the new pit. The second set was the same! Unusable! I needed a new plan, so going back through this thread, Chuck has attached his build of he's awesome F-15c aggressor, there's the inspiration to keep going. I've got a F-15c in the stash, and most of the aftermarket gear I have
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