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Nachtwulf

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About Nachtwulf

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  • Birthday 10/08/1964

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  • Location
    Santa Rosa ,CA USA
  • Interests
    1/48 aircraft with primary focus on WWII

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  1. Bf-109 detail photo collection

    Wow! There are some very nice pictures in that bunch! I noticed from those pictures and other that there is a lot of differences in the G-6 gun cowl bulges. Some are quite bulbous while others are rather flat. Some are rounded in outline and others are more rounded square in outline. I only bring this up because as I was looking at all of those pics I was thinking to myself ( because the Mrs. couldn't have cared less ), " that one looks just like the Eduard kit, and that one looks like the Hasegawa kit, and that one looks like the Fujimi kit!" ....Yes I get excited about minutia like this... Does anyone else see this?
  2. Modelling 1/72 later P-40 / Kittyhawks

    I believe he means the auxiliary air intakes on either side of the nose just in front of the exhaust manifold.
  3. Welcome back to modelling! You will be on a rather steep learning curve for a while but to me that is where the fun is, learning. I like what you've done so far and look forward to your next build!
  4. Sacramento Talon

    Darn, 1/72. I have a couple of the 1/48 sword kits and I thought I may be able to help you out. I know it can be quite discouraging when the resin and plastic parts don't match up right. I hope you get to finish the T-38 in the above pics as that is one of the sweetest looking schemes I've seen on a T-38. Good luck ,and if I can be of assistance you need only ask. ......also Thanks for your service.
  5. Sacramento Talon

    Beautiful! That is one sharp looking T-38! Thank you for sharing. May I ask, what is the reason for your kit languishing on the shelf of doom? Have you seen the Wolfpack kit?
  6. Wow! What a nice looking,well built model! It looks like you have tamed the Hasegawa kit's many separate fuselage pieces perfectly. Great finish too!
  7. Wingsy Kits 1/48 A5M4

    Nicely done! Such a delicate looking aircraft.
  8. Mid 1970's on. NEW ADDITIONS!!!

    What's this?! A U-21 sighting!!! My Dad flew these in Vietnam in '69. Actually he flew Guardrail RU-21's .You just don't see many pictures of these. Thanks for sharing!
  9. 1/48 P-47 cowling lower lip question

    The Tamiya P-47 is by far the best Jug in 1/48 you will not be disappointed, and they did the best job representing the area you are asking about. I get all warm and fuzzy just thinking about it.....
  10. Zlin 50 - Legato 1/72

    Wow! That looks sharp!
  11. Trumpeter 1/48 MiG-19PM Farmer E

    Very nice work! You are doing a great job!
  12. What do you call a cat .

    Quackers!
  13. Do we want these as BM members?

    Do not trust them! They work for the Mrs. and they are trying to sell off your models!
  14. 100 Years #3 - Vought F4U-1D Corsair

    Your captions are quite funny! Seriously though, did someone pay you to take that kit off of their hands? Are you sure you wouldn't rather build the Tamiya 1/72 corsair? Tell you what, send me your address and I'll send you a 1/48 Tamiya corsair( I only build 1/48) to keep you from hurting yourself on the one you have.
  15. Nice! It looks great next to the mustang! Have you ever tried giving it a light flat clear coat? I also have used paper Q-tips for burnishing. cut them at an angle and you can get into the small corners and such. Hope you finish her soon!
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