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Crossiant Oliver

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About Crossiant Oliver

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  1. 1/72 Eduard Hellcat

    Man the camoflauge blend looks phenomenal! Good job! Just one thing that is bugging me are the panel lines look like zebra stripes almost, but that's just a nitpick.
  2. Movie & TV Airplane Group build Proposal.

    As a native and resident of Los Angeles I fully support this
  3. I honestly thought those were real aircraft photos, Amazing job!
  4. Movie & TV Airplane Group build Proposal.

    Count me in for this. Probably something simple like a spitfire fro me Dunkirk or a 109.
  5. Thanks man, really appreciate it
  6. Anyway I could still join this build? I love P-47s and I would probably build the revell or hobbyboss kits. I'm also only 15 and I think it'll be great to see what a younger modeller does to kits compared to older modellers.
  7. I didn't know Buchons had four propellers. How long did it take you to build that kit? I would definitely consider buying one. Like someone said before I think a group build for movie planes would be a blast.
  8. Revell 1/48 BF-109F Question

    I have a question with the BF-109F. For the build you have to assemble the engine. I started this kit 5 years ago when I was 10 and didn't know anything about modeling in general. The engine is already built but in pieces, some I can't find. Is there any way I can build the model without putting the engine assembly in it?
  9. Airfix 2018

    What I want: 1. That 1/48 Spitfire XIV 2. New 1/72 American Fighters. Would like to see the Hellcat or P-47. 3.P-40E
  10. WW2 U.S. Pacific model recommendation plz

    A good price and a great build was the Academy 1/72 Corsair. Everything was good except the decals, but that's all Academy kits. To fix them either use Mircro film or buy aftermarket decals. Another good one is the Airfix Wildcat and Martlet. They're around 9 pounds (12 bucks for me) and it's quite a fun and easy build. If you're in 1/48 the Tamiya Corsair is a good build. If you can afford it I would recommend an Eduard weekend edition Hellcat in either 1/48 or 1/72 if you want to start something more advanced.
  11. What Color are Luftwaffe Cockpits?

    Yes, I know that question is a little stupid, but the only Luftwaffe kits I have are from gift sets, where most of the time they say to paint the interior the same color as the fuselage (I mostly build allied aircraft). I would think interior green, but is there a more specific and accurate Luftwaffe interior color? If there is tell me the model master/humbrol number or name (those are the paints I use the most).
  12. Best Bandai Star Wars kit

    Cool, I'm gonna make a Scarif Diorama. Only problem is that I don't know where to get induvidual 1/144 X-wings (Bandai bundles them with the 1/72 X-wing)
  13. Best Bandai Star Wars kit

    Looks great! By the way do you know where to get the markings for a blue squadron x-wing?
  14. Best Bandai Star Wars kit

    Thanks for all the tips. I'm thinking of the 1/144 U-wing, is that good? If not I'm getting the Tie Fighter
  15. Best Bandai Star Wars kit

    I have a question: what is the best Star Wars kit by Bandai? Anything besides the Y-wing and Original Trilogy X-wing. I've built those already. Can be any model, any scale (1/72 is preferred).
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