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stevej60

Modelling Madness!Revell He111 in 1/32

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Hang on a minute. You started this build on 8 January. I assumed she'd be done and bombing Wapping by now. You're slacking! Mind, she is just SCARILY huge. Love what you're doing so far...

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On 18/01/2017 at 11:57 PM, Newbie(kinda) said:

Hang on a minute. You started this build on 8 January. I assumed she'd be done and bombing Wapping by now. You're slacking! Mind, she is just SCARILY huge. Love what you're doing so far...

It's too exhausting getting the huge box out every day so I'm pacing myself,that and the VW bus,jeep,bren carrier,Fw 190,Me109g,and Phantom

I,m tinkering with :evil_laugh:

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Morning folk's very little modelling time over the weekend but catching up today,started some of the rear fuselage internal's.

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Some nice internal detail there. Are those bits included with the kit or have you cunningly fashioned them by your own fair hand?

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44 minutes ago, clive_t said:

Some nice internal detail there. Are those bits included with the kit or have you cunningly fashioned them by your own fair hand?

All kit part's Clive but you could go mad with extra detailing if you were inclined!

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Hi folk's,still pottering with sub assemblies etc and detailing the internals of the fuselage,back wheel assembly to do then add

windows and I can button up the fuselage.

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Hi all,next couple of stages in this build,bomb rack's assembled and painted plus wheel wells as well.

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And inner wing uppers fitted.

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Morning folk's just added a bit of detail to the cockpit by picking out dials switches etc and masking tape harness detailed

with a pencil.I,m calling it done ready for installing it looks busy enough for me.

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I'm just about to start the younger smaller brother of this kit - the 1/72nd version. I was looking for aftermarket for it and the vast majority was for the 1/32nd beast. I'm keen to see how it goes together! 

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Hi folk's back out the box again,I had trouble with the join on the upper inner wing twice it popped out which was one of the reasons I

left this build a while,I've superglued the dam thing now and started the complex engine cowl assembly typical of most German aircraft

in model form the exhaust's will be the usual pain to paint as they need to be fitted internally.

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 have to take issue with your thread title Steve - 'madness' is doing a Zwilling in 32nd scale. Looking good from here!

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31 minutes ago, FalkeEins said:

 have to take issue with your thread title Steve - 'madness' is doing a Zwilling in 32nd scale. Looking good from here!

Ha that IS  true madness,this one's wingspan outsizes my work table!

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