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Nachtwulf

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About Nachtwulf

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  • Birthday 08/10/1964

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

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  1. Very well done! How about some pictures from below?
  2. I can recommend the Vector Tempest prop for a replacement 4 bladed prop. Here is mine. The spinner is not yet glued on in the picture, hence the small gap. In my estimation it is the best Typhoon/Tempest prop.
  3. Winner!! Simply an awesome post! I love how you covered the faces with the names of the models.....priorities!
  4. Your right! I feel like the smart one in a horror movie that says " allright, you go in first".. you know like all the red shirts in any Star Trek episode.
  5. Loren, Nice work thus far! I was thinking that you might want to copy those turrets for the sure to be released HPH 1/48 Death Star! Of course when you build that you will need your own country to convert to a work space but your almost there anyway!
  6. Excellent work! How did you achieve the oil stained look to the dark grey?
  7. Ah yes! I remember those too! My brothers and I had some one time, but they didn't last long once we found that strapping a bottle rocket to them was the way to go! Too bad they were the type that exploded at the end of the ride!
  8. Funny, that did cross my mind!!
  9. Very nice! I look at your model and think.... i build model to.I use glue. sometimes I use paint.... oh whats the point!
  10. Stunning! Excellent photography as well! That's some smart paint work that is.
  11. I sent that picture to HPH and they promptly sent the correct wing. I was very happy with how they handled the problem. I am worried though that someone has a kit with 2 right wings!
  12. In reality the amount of ballast would be located approximately the same distance behind the center of lift as the engine assembly is forward of the center of lift. no?. Or to put it better, more ballast weight the closer to the center of lift and less the further aft you put it. It seem correct to me but then again I am a shade tree mechanic. Dale
  13. You get extra credit for the Joe Cocker reference! Looking forward to your experience with the B-36. This was what I found upon inventorying the parts on mine.
  14. Nachtwulf

    Eduard 1/48 Tempest

    Perfect! Now remove that bar going across the cockpit opening. You cannot fit that part over the head rest with that bar in place. I believe it is for seat height adjustment . Anyways it can be replaced later, if you want, with a piece of plastic rod. my credentials..........
  15. Very nice work and excellent photography! I did not know what a Bristol Sycamore was until your post. It really does look like a graceful Dragonfly. Can't wait to see more of it.
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