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About SAT69

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    San Antonio, Texas, USA
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    Airplanes, Model Building, Reading, Writing

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  1. Now that's sharp. High quality build, beautiful paint work, very realistic weathering and great attention to little details. That's one to be very proud of.
  2. Nothing like seeing a great looking model with an interesting story associated with it. Glad the real airplane didn't end up being scrapped. Kudos to the pilot whose quick thinking saved it and herself from disaster.
  3. I usually cut a piece of clear sprue stock to the proper length and square off the ends and then glue one end to the bottom of the fuselage to provide a tail support. It's hardly noticeable and lets your model sit properly on its landing gear.
  4. Looks like the pilot might be leaning forward toward the instrument panel, so kind of head down.
  5. The issues you mentioned aside, your model looks quite good. Like the varied tones of the metal finish on the underside and the cockpit console details looks very nice to me.
  6. Impressive collection of Harriers. I was especially impressed with the consistent quality of the masking of canopies and windscreens across the builds. That's an area I'm still working on.
  7. You don't often see Grumman Intruders built in that configuration. Looks really really good! Appears to be lightly weathered and I like that a lot.
  8. The cockpit, and especially the instrument panel, are works of art all by themselves.
  9. I like it! Did you design and make the stand? It looks like an original design (not mass produced), hence my question.
  10. Very nice build and the markings are awesome!
  11. There's a company producing a 1/72 777-300. Believe it's made of resin but the point is some folks seem to feel there's a market for these things and they produce according to their belief. Modelsvit is producing a 1/72 scale AN-225 and we've seen a 1/48 B-36 from another firm (and a beautifully built example from one of our BM modelers). Based on the large scale models we've seen produced in recent years, I wouldn't be the least bit surprised to see Zvezda do this. Now if someone will just produce a 1/72 C-124 I'd be thrilled. 1/48 C-124? Bring it on! I'm a dreamer? Oh yeah!
  12. I like that idea too. A B-36 nose would be nice too. And a B-58 nose with all three cockpits and the encapsulated ejection seats.
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