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  1. This is my Modelcollect 1/72 B-52H Buff build. The only build review I have seen of this kit was Paul Boyer's review in FSM and the subsequent article in the new Kalmbach "Modeling Aircraft". The review was one of the more negative ones I have seen in FSM and I have to verify and agree with everything he said. There are some shape errors that I made no attempt to correct, the fit is mostly OK, just OK, I found the panel lines way to big and deep, and most of all the instructions are awful and the decals useless. One warning about the instructions that Mr. Boyer did not mention is; they have yo
  2. Boeing B-52G Stratofortress (UA72202) 1:72 ModelCollect The original contract for this long-lived strategic bomber was issued only a year after WWII, and went through some fundamental changes due to the speed at which aviation technology was advancing, initially having a greenhouse type cockpit akin to the B-36 Peacemaker, but eventually ending up with a more traditional cockpit, swept wings and turbo-jet engines, much of which has stayed the same in name at least since the design settled down from a rather WWII era first draft with straight wings and a prop. A B-
  3. This is another of my older builds. It is the Monogram B-52D Stratofortress. Affectionately know to its crews as the BUFF for Big Ugly Fat ah... Fellow. I used the Almark decal set which I was not altogether happy with. They tended to curl around the edges and silvered. Other then that it is pretty much OOB. I apologize for the quality of the pictures, it is a dark dreary day in the NE US and the model is very big and dark so it is hard to get pictures with the whole model in focus and light hence the graininess of the pictures. Early ne
  4. Well, it's 1/48 B-52 season... I'll try and finish this one (then I'll finish my Shackleton, and my Stratojet). The H version will wait, I'll start with my D. My inspiration is of course Tom Probert's build (which will be a masterpiece, as always). And a Japanese build of ID Model's BUFF: http://fg786.blog87.fc2.com/category178-63.html Check it, it redefines awesomeness. And while you're at it, check the 1/48 XB-70. And weep. So, back to my Stratofortress. My new friends are there: I'll start with building bulkheads. The fusel
  5. B-52G Bomb Bay & Undercarriage Update Sets (for ModelCollect) 1:72 Eduard We reviewed the new kit from ModelCollect here, and although it has a few faults (don't all kits?), it's still an impressive chunk of plastic. Eduard have leapt on it and already produced a bunch of sets, which we had a look at here, and now they're filling the gaps with another two, and they're both LARGE. As usual with Eduard's larger Photo-Etch (PE) sets, they arrive in a flat A5 Ziplok bag, with a white backing card protecting the contents and the instructions that are sandwiched be
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