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  1. Savoia Marchetti S.55X 1:72 Delta 2

    Great work on that internal structure. Well worth the effort, it would look quite vacant without it.
  2. Douglas World Cruiser

    That's a nice choice, and a good summary introduction thank you. I'm interested to see the decals, particularly that pale blue. Your machine is a contemporary (1925) of my subject for this group build the Curtiss CR-3 (1923). The kit decals are similarly pale blue. I had wondered if this might be a printing error. A typical reflex - blame the kit - but your decals suggest the more likely case is my ignorance! US national insignia might have been this pale blue back then? I feel the need for a little research coming on ...
  3. & again, in agreement here too. That translucent effect is most convincing..
  4. Oh that interior is exquisite! Does it really need paint at all?!
  5. Terrific, such a dignified & refined flying boat. Great to see one here & a vacform too. Best of luck with excavating the parts, looking forward to the next update.
  6. It's the Green Kawanishi...

    Congratulations Andy- I can see, I can see!! Nice choice.
  7. ICM Heinkel He 51.

    Great choice! Powerful looking engine cowling, and what elaborate exhausts. Will follow along with interest.
  8. Savoia Marchetti S.55X 1:72 Delta 2

    Such a fascinating machine! Good preparatory work there on the cockpit, nice detailing, look forward to seeing it layering up into the full picture.
  9. Wow, that's beautiful work. most impressive!!
  10. Spectacular! Beautifully done, congratulations.
  11. Excellent, we're underway! Regardless of what the references say, those wings look all the better for those far more graceful wingtips. Nicely done.
  12. Now I see why you were contemplating aftermarket engines Ced - the kit ones clearly have one too many cylinders!!
  13. Great, well done, it won't hurt a bit! A very shapely subject Ian, I can defined see the lineage from this to the racing Macchi flying boats just as you say. I look forward to seeing it come together.
  14. You're setting a cracking pace Ced! Great box art ... Shows Auntie energetic & ready for action .. even if she is destined to be shot down a matter of moments after she's finished posing for the artist!!
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