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matti64

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  1. Amazing build, fully realised the potential of such an old kit.
  2. Maybe, but I've got three each of the Ju-52's and the PBY's and a couple of hunters. If I had more space I'd also have an Australian and a French PBY.
  3. The almark one was by Bill Matthews (W.R. Matthews)
  4. Pointlessly repeated pictures removed- Link Unless you would like to build it as a Dutch aircraft, they were in service as trainers well into the 1930's and were overall dark olive green.
  5. How to go advanced plastic modelling inside the front cover...
  6. Just in case...theres a facebook page for the HP O/400 https://www.facebook.com/HandleyPageBombersOfTheFirstWorldWar/?__tn__=kC-R&eid=ARBi4hkMX2GzYhNZQXMypPhGaj8NIxaofs6O2ArH_63-HP77AgegPDGqqfLo95Eto2_a_rNtG0C0wGuP&hc_ref=ARRAkIj-evcisxbu6CyB8SwJ1uI66rP9Sx8pnmg2-bvxEABV7U-CT2TsKoXac-8UGiM&fref=nf&__xts__[0]=68.ARCK2tQNnq5F6GFpK_eWQUVPUlnjGQaD0grjr2Tlr1jJMXG0AfJEPyCPOaF0Rdr14wGc4N_CgdQZetYQgX7PgsXUnx378Lj206hIz3rA8vcVB0-9iSWwjiHWQcPaeI_krF2v-vbROV7Ox8RKLuJwd5W5p_OtuM8kOvw0U8zAxBplkvkaDn4vRoCNzhs5glusIxZpPqlBFAWDRauVyGEXKV0LSm52La3IuGRSVgSjafQOYQFFrbwsb2rJXDW4krkShXl7KGaU2NSvvbR4za5RjLwsWwUT-bC1ht4NITb1_SVUa6_iWHNW9X5qxhifTahrr3RN3UXRhJBoJm4hkF9bIJzZc-S3owYfTBv3LjJb7Oke4Bo9DZ8vvq4&__xts__[1]=68.ARBzWYsCBBY204e6OWvigUtUMS7bgrqiFEi8mQRBsrGU3QcJwdISlQ5XiTSdpWgRTMCeojKBRWduONBOSyDDHcnB80MGhPBRMRMXHd5s10R7jqFcY3oN_TttNPcGb21yKPtIt8So1c0L8HOWUzamNEejfupTaiFv1Btbo4So5ogYaAWT9JGIt878Qk5zvfnl05tcUi28lXMo9t03fJ1YDuNIyRRie1dvysfPHJ_i-lXT7ZxzwWrJR5-3COtZPkEN_KKsBQpwE_gDPZAR3heovNGdFPdNhiTea5rgsfzy9ZvCQyv-goehULiVPoIlHk3vG-ha0ocxG_21f6pHQmkeS-n2u5s4RJdH1qs-qtOFWNdcx6ODGknmYPU "Bloody Paralyser"
  7. Just in case...theres a facebook page for the HP O/400 https://www.facebook.com/HandleyPageBombersOfTheFirstWorldWar/?__tn__=kC-R&eid=ARBi4hkMX2GzYhNZQXMypPhGaj8NIxaofs6O2ArH_63-HP77AgegPDGqqfLo95Eto2_a_rNtG0C0wGuP&hc_ref=ARRAkIj-evcisxbu6CyB8SwJ1uI66rP9Sx8pnmg2-bvxEABV7U-CT2TsKoXac-8UGiM&fref=nf&__xts__[0]=68.ARCK2tQNnq5F6GFpK_eWQUVPUlnjGQaD0grjr2Tlr1jJMXG0AfJEPyCPOaF0Rdr14wGc4N_CgdQZetYQgX7PgsXUnx378Lj206hIz3rA8vcVB0-9iSWwjiHWQcPaeI_krF2v-vbROV7Ox8RKLuJwd5W5p_OtuM8kOvw0U8zAxBplkvkaDn4vRoCNzhs5glusIxZpPqlBFAWDRauVyGEXKV0LSm52La3IuGRSVgSjafQOYQFFrbwsb2rJXDW4krkShXl7KGaU2NSvvbR4za5RjLwsWwUT-bC1ht4NITb1_SVUa6_iWHNW9X5qxhifTahrr3RN3UXRhJBoJm4hkF9bIJzZc-S3owYfTBv3LjJb7Oke4Bo9DZ8vvq4&__xts__[1]=68.ARBzWYsCBBY204e6OWvigUtUMS7bgrqiFEi8mQRBsrGU3QcJwdISlQ5XiTSdpWgRTMCeojKBRWduONBOSyDDHcnB80MGhPBRMRMXHd5s10R7jqFcY3oN_TttNPcGb21yKPtIt8So1c0L8HOWUzamNEejfupTaiFv1Btbo4So5ogYaAWT9JGIt878Qk5zvfnl05tcUi28lXMo9t03fJ1YDuNIyRRie1dvysfPHJ_i-lXT7ZxzwWrJR5-3COtZPkEN_KKsBQpwE_gDPZAR3heovNGdFPdNhiTea5rgsfzy9ZvCQyv-goehULiVPoIlHk3vG-ha0ocxG_21f6pHQmkeS-n2u5s4RJdH1qs-qtOFWNdcx6ODGknmYPU
  8. The Blue Rider sheet that you have has some nice enough examples on it but the JN-4H pictures are just to tempt you for the future...
  9. The Revell Kit should have both the Wolsely Viper And the Hispano engine You'd need to expose it and change the radiator. You might need also to check and correct which type of wingtips were present.
  10. And old but decent kit, with lots of potential, wishing you best of luck. Of course if you've a spare Hispano engine left over from an Eduard SE-5A then you could go with a JN-4H and keep the yellow wing and tail surfaces!
  11. I am building a French Camouflaged aircraft and am going for the effect of rubbing through the paint to expose the panel lines (silver plastic and initial black undercoat) I used this method on a previous Flight Systems Inc. F-100F built with the Maintrack F conversion and it seemed to work well. This time however, where I've rubbed down and filled along the sides of the fuselage, I'm going to rescribe with a scalpel but leaving the raised kerf and then sanding through the paint to try and expose that with 1200 wet and dry paper.
  12. Excellent. A type you almost never see modelled, but so deserving to be.
  13. Another fantastic piece of work John. Superb subject.
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