Jump to content

Gerhard

LSP_Members
  • Content Count

    2,120
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    1

Gerhard last won the day on March 30 2018

Gerhard had the most liked content!

About Gerhard

  • Rank
    Senior Member
  • Birthday 05/11/1966

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    South Africa

Recent Profile Visitors

461 profile views
  1. Gerhard

    Acrylic rod bending

    Hope you washed the socks!!!
  2. Gerhard

    B17G "D Day Doll"

    Oh wow!!! That is superb.
  3. Gerhard

    Acrylic rod bending

    A heat gun works well if you use something like a pipe of sorts that will form the bend, so you dont have to judge free hand. You heat the rod and bend it around the pipe.
  4. Gerhard

    You know you have a problem when.....

    Jeepers, where in Canada is this? My kids are going to Canada on holiday in two weeks time.
  5. Gerhard

    My Day Job

    Damn, that's brilliant.
  6. I tried to count rivets, but my calculator ran out of 0's.
  7. Gerhard

    My 1/24 Trumpeter P-51

    What a disaster this was. I had to strip the paint three times. 1st , my chosen OOB scheme, the Trumpeter Decals disintegrated. Back to the drawing board. Stuffed up the 2nd paint coat and redid it. Now at the decaling stage. I just want this off my bench!!! This is my 1st 1/24 scale in as many years. I will complete the weathering etc today, and then crack on with the 1/24 Mosquito for the GB.
  8. Gerhard

    Airscale B-24 IP soon to be available..

    Stunning.
  9. Gerhard

    B-24 Liberator Lead Ship aka Judas Goat

    Forbidden You don't have permission to access /images/air_liberator39.jpg on this server. Additionally, a 403 Forbidden error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request.
  10. Gerhard

    F-100D Super Sabre 1/32 Trumpeter kit

    Very good NMF, one of the best I have seen.
  11. I learned something new!! The phrase (Judas Goat) was also used in World War II by the 8th Air Force, U.S. Army Air Forces B-17 Flying Fortress and B-24 Liberator crew members. Each bomb group employed a nearly worn-out bomber known as a formation, lead, or assembly ship. These aircraft were brightly painted with group-specific high-contrast patterns in stripes, checkers, or polka dots, enabling easy recognition by their flock of bombers to form up from various airbases over England and fly strategic bombing missions over Europe. After guiding their own combat bombers into the appropriate formation groups the assembly ships would return home—thus their poor condition and lack of camouflage and weapons mattered little.
  12. Gerhard

    How would YOU do this camo?

    For mottled camo I use this: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Airwaves-AEMM503-1-32-Luftwaffe-WWII-Fighter-Mottle-Mask-Bf-109-Fw-190-etc/372565925829?epid=28012034312&hash=item56bea8dfc5:g:dtYAAOSwzTFcEqi7
  13. Gerhard

    Revell Mosquito.

    OOP right?
  14. I use the whit tack method you described.
  15. Gerhard

    "White Death", it's comin!!!

    And we had a sweltering 36 deg C yesterday.
×