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  1. So this will be my contribution to the Training Day theme. It will be a while before I have substantial work to show, as I need to finish my Zero first, AND I have an airliner kit that I may build in parallel. But I can definitely get it done before the end of February... It's not a complex kit in terms of the plastic, but there's the joy of biplane rigging to consider, as well as the opportunity to detail the engine... And then that color scheme. The kit provides several suggested monotone schemes, but who could resist that two-tone green camo OVER trainer orange? "Eye catching" to say
  2. Hi Guys, I was wrapping up the George and doing some work on a customer build when I spotted a Frank lurking in the stash. It shouted at me "Oi! What about me?" and I heard the call and took the box out. I had forgotten the Frank kit from Hasegawa that I had started a couple of years ago and opening the box I found the cockpit almost complete, painted but not finally assembled. I remembered that the Eduard etched seat had picked up some crud when I was spraying it and decided to call it a day. I found id used probably 90% of the Eduard set and most of the painting w
  3. Hi Guys, After building a WNW Junkers D.1 and a WWI resin Daimler Marienfelde truck for Aviattic, I needed some modelling me for me. The first thing that shouted out to me was the Hasegawa N1K2 George kit so just before the Telford Show I opened the box and started cutting plastic. Box Art: Test fit of the wings: Test fit of the fuselage halves: Cockpit parts painted and odds and ends of the Eduard etch set added: Regards, Bruce Crosby
  4. Very neat site. http://gunsight.jp/c/english/cockpit-e-3D.htm Hope some find it helpful Vaughn
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