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Nachtwulf

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  1. https://www.scalemates.com/products/img/9/8/6/102986-19848-29-pristine.jpg
  2. Oh, now that is simply beautiful! I am halfway through this same kit and it is a gem. I love how you weathered it! especially the worn section on top of the wing. Some of the best I've seen. Are you going to do the La-5FN? I hope so! Thank you for sharing!
  3. That was the best example and I missed it!
  4. Wow! so few parts for the fuselage? Is that really a Kinetic kit? Interesting looking jet I look forward to you build!
  5. Here is a link to a video on the A-10. IT is a good video but if you want to, skip to 2:45 through 2:55 and 15:50 through 16:00 to see the slats in action. it is really quick.
  6. These pictures would seem to indicate that they move. Please correct me if I am mistaken.
  7. I may be mistaken but I believe they do in fact move up and down depending on angle of attack.
  8. maybe this thread on Hyperscale would interest you. It regards the oil cooler housing. https://www.tapatalk.com/groups/hyperscale/bf109g-10-oil-cooler-and-the-new-eduard-kit-t498072.html
  9. I agree that is a beautiful shot, but couldn't that be fuel coming from the wings?
  10. Very well done! Excellent paint work!
  11. I got it! I got it! Here is the pattern. i got nothing for the colors though..... Please, please don't tell the Mrs. ( They're quilt patterns )
  12. That looks amazing! I've never attempted an airliner but that makes me want to!
  13. Thanks for sharing the nice pictures! I love the A-10. If I am not mistaken, this aircraft did not have production sized vertical stabilizers. Both sets seen in your pics are taller than production units. If you look closely you can see where the added on portion was repainted.
  14. If it would help I could send you a spare fuselage from an unstarted kit I have wasting away in my garage.
  15. If it doesn't work out for you let me know. I have the USAF release of the F-104 and it has the non bulged doors. maybe we could work something out.
  16. Pretty simple really, fill them in with milliput and sand down the bumps. The gear doors are only a couple of inches from fully closed when on the ground so seeing what they look like inside would be darn near impossible.
  17. Oooooh, that's a pretty one! Nice looking paint job, what brand did you use?
  18. Perfectly illustrated! Thank you!
  19. The only pictures I've seen show the straps disappearing over the top of the seat. Maybe I'll just raise my seat to that position and replicate that look.
  20. Does anyone have a picture or drawing showing how the shoulder straps were mounted? I have nice aftermarket belts in photo etch and fabric but neither one shows how they are really mounted. The instructions would have you just glue them above the back of the seat. Some show them mounted to the top deck others to the vertical bulkhead behind the seat. Any help would be appreciated.
  21. Try putting water on it. If it clears up with water then you can put future or some other gloss on it and then when that dries you can flat coat it again.
  22. Wow! There are some very nice pictures in that bunch! I noticed from those pictures and other that there is a lot of differences in the G-6 gun cowl bulges. Some are quite bulbous while others are rather flat. Some are rounded in outline and others are more rounded square in outline. I only bring this up because as I was looking at all of those pics I was thinking to myself ( because the Mrs. couldn't have cared less ), " that one looks just like the Eduard kit, and that one looks like the Hasegawa kit, and that one looks like the Fujimi kit!" ....Yes I get excited about minutia like this... Does anyone else see this?
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