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Hey Keith,
 
Wow nice choice and a lot of resin to go with it, did you get it all in a big sin set? 

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Super cute dogs too
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Hey Keith,
 
Wow nice choice and a lot of resin to go with it, did you get it all in a big sin set?


Yes it's the Big Sin from Hannants. Depth charges, bomb bay rocket projectors, bomb bay doors, turbo chargers, wheels and engines.

Expensive, but should liven up what is a very basic box kit (poor engines, no ordinance for bomb bay, no tread on tyres and better detailed turbo's) so making the finished results nicer.

Went with the interior upgrade PE, there's no side wall detail in the cockpit and the PE makes it possible to open waist gunner hatches and show some interior detail.

pdf 73647.pdf      

Going to order the bomb bay PE when have £20 spare. I'll be showing the ordinance so seems a good idea to spice up the bay.

pdf 72489.pdf     

Think for the 1944 version you wouldn't need to use so much as you can use the supplied bombs, the MK 3 and MK 5 carried bombs (later MK 5's were recalled to fit the rear bomb bay projectors)

The 1945 Mk6 and Mk8's had rear bay rocket projectors and either 4 or 8 250Lb depth charges in front bay.

I knew totally nothing about Liberators before the start of this GB, if nothing else I've learnt new things.

Found a nice interior reference site:

http://www.nmusafvirtualtour.com/cockpits/WWII_tour/WWII-4.html

The 360 x 360 veiws of interior will help me a lot 😉

They have 360's for some other aircraft as well




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OH   MY  god, that is some serious detail! WOW. The image of the interior is fantastic! I gotta go get more popcorn!
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More detail ... im with Ted more popcorn to watch this one!.


That interior 360 is excellent ... i love looking at those.
I found one for my spitfire build a few years ago ... im sure there was others on the site too though.

https://www.haraldjoergens.com/panoramas/spitfire-td314/files/




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the last 360 on the site I linked is a spit cockpit
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360s are so cool
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Hi Cellarrat just one question? When you go to post some more photos of your model for the GB do you post them back on the same page you created? Cheers
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Hey William,

All you should do is reply on the build post and post your images there, hope that helps?

so   Tamiya Kawasaki Ki-61-Id Hien (Tony)

thats your post and you use reply to add any images you want to display in it

Thus:

IMG_4126.jpg 

It wasn't me, honest


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Thanks that helps!:)
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So no Genessis Models live 17th session tonight!

I surmise Bobby must have some problems in his life and was unable to do tonights Live.

I hope all is well or gets well soon Mr Waldron.

I really enjoy your Live sessions and hope things in your life resolve themselves so you can resume soon.

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Seems so I'd set the alarm on for early in the morning to see it today lol o well maybe next time then.
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well now you have a full day to live, enjoy it.

There's a lot of things happening early morning that can be interesting to see

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True I'm probably going to do a bit of modeling today
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I'm searching for 1:72 interior stencil decals, things like "Breathing Oxygen", "Deep step" etc.

Does anyone know if such stencil decals exist and if so, where can I get them?

I know in 1:72 they would be illegible, but would spice things up a little more than just plain interior

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