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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. Nicely done! I've been working on a Do215B-5 and I have found it to be a fun build also, as long as care is taken with the engine nacelles.
  2. Thank you for the kind words! The Aluminum primer is just so I can see any flaws that need to be fixed that much easier. I also though it might make the paint look better.
  3. I am still waiting to finish the weathering. Health has been a problem. Nothing life threatening thankfully.
  4. Welcome! Here is my pitiful thread on my Tempest build. Maybe something in it will be useful, but I doubt it. looking forward to more of yours!
  5. Nachtwulf


    Zvezda is the better kit by far! The only small complaint is that the intakes in the wing roots are a little squished but Vector makes a nice replacement that include new wheel wells.
  6. Yes, that is the entire nose from the Monogram kit. Here are a couple featuring the Acc.Min. nose. A.M Monogram A.M. Monogram Sorry for the poor photography. I build models.
  7. Here is mine loosely taped. It is a big imprivement to my eye.
  8. The Monogram/Revell nose will fit the Accurate Miniatures kit with very little trouble if any at all. I recommend it.
  9. I used to get so excited about continuing a build the next day that I couldn't sleep! At that point all I had was tube glue and it took for ever to dry!
  10. Lends new insight to the term "bringing up the rear". I would not want to be there when the whole thing does a fiery dive into the ground. Unless I had a lot of marshmallows.
  11. I can fix it. My dad was a tv repairman,he has an awesome set of tools.
  12. Hey! That's just up the road from me! They do have a few nice pieces.
  13. And...viola! Do you want my paypal account info?
  14. If only there was some way to find out. Could be quite interesting, or rather dull! I found it jammed in a credit card reader of a city parking meter.
  15. Found this in California today! Poor fellow must have got lost!
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