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Pete Fleischmann

HH-60G Pavehawk Kitty Hawk 1/35

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While it's photoetch, it's still bloody stunning. Those knobs (lol) look excellent. Totally picking some of those up when I get to my modern birds.

This whole thing is just inspirational, amazing work. Truly.

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5 hours ago, Hawkwrench said:

Pete, Is shipping a hassle? How long did it take to get your package?

Or is their a US distributor?

 

Tim


order direct from them- typical German efficiency! Quick shipping.. about a week I guess.

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11 hours ago, Pete Fleischmann said:

Hey all-

 

Here’s a different look- GegcyVP.jpgthis thing is pretty small in 35th scale. The photo etch was designed for the Academy kit, but will work out fine on this Kitty Hawk kit. 

 

Cheers

 

Pete

 

Damn I like the look of that. I'll be ordering some of those knobs and switches myself. I should have looked further down the Anyz page when I ordered the generic instrument detail decals last week. Great service from Anyz BTW.

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Hello all-

 

a few bits around the overhead. The fuel levers are folded over strips of lead foil, with ball knobs added from white glue- the corrugated hoses connect to similar hoses that run down the inside of the windscreen frames-

 

cheers

 

Pete

 

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Hello Pete,

 

INCREDIBLY  detailed work which I love.  :wub:

 

PHENOMENAL  work on the instrument  panel and roof. 

Looking forward to your SUPER  work on the cockpit. 

:yahoo:

 

 

Mind blowing  and So PRISTINE and precise work Sir.

 

:wow:  :bow:   :bow:

 

wish I could see it in person. maybe at San Marcos  IPMS  show when I come...

:whistle:

 

Thank you  Pete on a Masterclass build.

 

:punk:

 

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13 minutes ago, Hawkwrench said:

How did you make the handles for the PCL'S (Power Control Levers)

 

Tim

 

Hey Tim-

I cut off the molded-on ones..then made 2 new ones by slicing off some styrene rod for the knobs, and then attached some styrene levers to the knobs. I don’t worry too much about getting the lever length the same until the knobs are attached. Once I have two rough ones, I’ll trim the levers to the same length.

 

here is a look at a few map lights coming together. I use double sided tape to keep tiny parts from flying away. Also; I’ve had a bag of random wristwatch parts for years..I use this to find assorted tiny details/shapes that might be useful- in this case I’m searching for 3 identical posts for the map lights. You can find a bag of watch parts on eBay for a few bucks-

 

cheers

 

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