Hi Guys and Gals
I’m in for a bit of Double Trouble or is it Terrible Twins!
I’m hopping this will give me the incentive to get back on the plastic hobby horse - been struggling lately with just looking at bits with no umffffff to get going.
So my choise is an old venerable British Jet.
Two Booms - Two Tails & Two Crew
So I’m thinking I might qualify for this one. Picked this kit up cheep as chips at the Avon Model show last month. So this gives me an excuse to get it out and give it a bash
Always the first shot - The kit box
Inside, quite a bit of white plastic. Bit old and not tuns of detail - But hay I’ll see where it goes - But best of all its got teeth!!!! I like teeth on a plane, plus a giant snoopy nose - this is always a winner in my book.
My fist thought on this one is to do it in an in flight pose, seeing as you get a crew with this one. Just need to try and work out how to mount it!
First thinking is up the jet pipe or some how on the belly - anybody got any ideas or pointers on how to do this?
Okay first port of call lets have a look at the cockpit
UHHHHMMMMM!!!!! Just slapped together with blue tac think the kit is showing it age here - might see what I can do to tart this area up. Suppose most of it will be hidden by the bods in their seats, we will see what I can do!
Thats all for now! But at least I have got the thread going - till next Double Time and Happy Modelling
Cheers - Taff