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This one is the eduard 1/48 FW-190A-6 profipack. Painted with gunze Mr Color. Decals from aeromaster. Ultracast seat. Weathered with ammo by mig panel washes and pastels. Represents an aircraft flown by General leutnant Adolf Galland in early 1944. This is one of the best kits of the FW-190 out there. Outstanding kit.
Well, that was fun! Good to hear from Keith! See ya next week!
TRIAD Plastic Modeling Society
Kit: ITLA Scale Models, York Industries Inc. #4157
Kit: Walthers Cornerstone Vintage Fire Escape #933-3729
Scale HO 1/87
First time I tried one of these kits. Walls are a very thick paper like material and everything is laser cut. Walls can be configured into twelve different designs.
Scratchbuilt the water tower and dock from scale lumber. Added window shades, two Woodland Scenics figures. Designed and cut JBSC stencil on Cricut. Added floor to dock area along with barrels, etc. Spent a great deal of time getting bricks and mortar correct.
Paints and weathering: YES!
This is the hobbyboss 1/48 F6F-3 hellcat. Painted with hataka lacquer. Decals from superscale. Weathered with ammo by mig panel washes and pastels. Represents an aircraft from the USS Lexington in early 1944. Nice kit.
Here is Doug Seekman's first model: This is the eduard 1/48 P-39N airacobra. Painted with gunze Mr Color. Decals from the kit(weekend edition). Ultracast seat. Weathered with ammo by mig panel washes and pastels scrubbed onto the top surface. Represents an aircraft based at Port Moresby in February of 1943. Really nice kit.
Keith Lemke starts us off this week: Hope you and the guys are well. All good here with us, no build time in for me here. Pretty busy with the house and work. Bow season was great for me, two for the wall and both before gun season. Gotta love that! Dont know if this photo format works for you. Let me know if it doesn't and I'll try something different. I'm seeing lots of tanks, ships and planes so hes one for the car guys. Finished this last march after it sat for almost 2 yrs 70% done. It's a modified and kitbashed ZZ Top 34 Ford kit. I channeled, lowered, tubbed and narrowed rearend. Extending the frames, built a drop straight front axle. Parts box interior, big block Chevy motor from the Maxx Ratt kit. Photo etched grill and misc, parts with aftermarket wheels.