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  1. http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f145/Joe_Zappa/IMG_0151_zpsdtbb0qq7.jpeg Since I have only a very small space to work in, and the fact that some friends have gotten my into playing Wings of Glory (combat wargame using 1/144 scale aircraft models).... I decided it was time to order one of my favorites from Shapeways. The model should be here by the end of the week, along with a pair of RAF Fe2b models. This will be a fun foray into 3d printed models - I ordered them in the White Flexible material and not the Ultra detail for a couple of reasons. 1) Since they will used and h
  2. Roden's new DC-3 finished as CF-CRX. It was the last of CP Air's DC-3 fleet, and the only one to be painted in the then current "Orange is Beautiful" scheme. CRX was used as a company hack and proficiency trainer until 1974, when it was sold. It was the last piston engine aircraft in CP Air's fleet. This one is Minicraft's DC-4, right out of the box. I'm not really happy with the painting given it was my first attempt at using Alclad. I can definitely do better. I managed to repair the rooftop decal where the two halves didn't meet with paint, and the wing where the Alclad rubbed of
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    Not large scale part deux

    I had so much fun doing the North Star and DC-9 that I decided not to stop. Part Deux of my "then and Now" build will be a Lockheed Constellation and Boeing 787 The 787's fuselage fit is pretty good Only a skim of filler is needed on the bottom I blocked off the APU exhaust hole with a piece of styrene tube and filed it to shape The wings also fit well except where I stuffed up the assembly. But filler and sanding will save that A test fit reveals the size of the beast Turning to the engines, a coating of Humbrol Polished Aluminium on the fan bits While the hot section ge
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    More not large scale

    These were done for a "Then and now" group build which stipulated that the subjects had to be from a unit/company at least 20 years apart. The North Star is finished as it appeared in approximately 1955 and the DC-9 in 1985
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