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It wouldn't be the same without you Fabian. You modelling skills are superb.
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Hey Fabian,

Came across this today ... thought id post it here link to more at the bottom

Would be a very interesting Diorama 

[bettyt10] 

http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/src/Yap/site4betty.htm


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It wouldn't be the same without you Fabian. You modelling skills are superb.


Ohhh, thank you so much Nigel. Glad I'm part of the GB :-)

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Hey Fabian,

Came across this today ... thought id post it here link to more at the bottom

Would be a very interesting Diorama 

[bettyt10] 

http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/src/Yap/site4betty.htm


Cheers 

Alba


Yes that would be an amazing dio, but I'm definitely not up to something like that, whoaaa... But thanks for the pictures. I guess now I know what a scratched today:

This is a pic a got from pepper mint (thanks again mate). Check the two bottle shaped things...


This is what I found in your link. They say it's a fuel sight, visible on the inside of the fuselage...


And that's what I build...




Having fun :-)

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Very nice scratch building, keep coming!!![thumb]


Love to ;-). Here are some more pictures of my efforts busy up the cockpit. Added some little stuff and wiring...



















Sorry, maybe too many pictures, but it's a big big fuselage :-)

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I dont think you can ever have too many pictures, im seriously loving this kit, i do have a soft spot for Japanese aircraft though, il need to get one sometime

I was looking on another site earlier too the pictures werent as good as the previous though, but it was apparently the wreck of Isoroku Yamamoto

http://www.pacificwrecks.com/aircraft/g4m/2656.html

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Haha, me too. Can't put the finger on it but very like the Japanese WWII airplane designs. Would love to build the Tamiya 1/32 Zero!

Oh, that crashed Betty definitely needs some serious putty :-)

Maybe an Japan GB???

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too many pictures??? NEVER. details, details, details....loving ALL of it. thanks for a super WIP thread!
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Looking very much the part Fabian nice work!!
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This is looking very good. I love all that detail Fabian. Can't wait to see this interior painted up and weathered.

I would hate to be the judge on this GB.

Poor Bobby has his hands full.
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All that detail is going to look even more amazing with some paint on it. Looking very good, and like everyone has been saying. You can't have too many pictures.
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too many pictures??? NEVER. details, details, details....loving ALL of it. thanks for a super WIP thread!


Thank you Ted, but far from you infamous threads ;-)

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Looking very much the part Fabian nice work!!


Thanks! I kinda like the absence of clear reference material. Makes it easy to just make up stuff :-). But for my next project I would love to go 1/32 with a nice reference book on my bench, haha

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This is looking very good. I love all that detail Fabian. Can't wait to see this interior painted up and weathered.

I would hate to be the judge on this GB.

Poor Bobby has his hands full.


I delay the painting... thinking loudly about getting myself a AB! Maybe next week :-)

And yes, this GB is topping the Phantom one already. So many interesting builds and amazing details going on. Very much like to just brows through al the threats - pure inspiration! But judging this GB... puhhh, I'm glad that's not my job!!!

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Your brush painting skills were evident on your Phantom Fabian, but I'm sure you'll jump a few levels with an AB. As they say in the classics, "Just do it" [wink]
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