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Hello, Here's something silly I just finished. It's a 1/32 kit from Arii, and it was only a few bucks from HLJ, so I figured, why not. It was a joy to build, not super detailed, and not the best clear parts, but otherwise pretty decent for a kit from the mid '80's. I used the recommended mix of Gunze paints for the blue, and the rest is mostly Tamiya and Vallejo. Thanks for looking!
My new project! I know it's not the best kit of a 'Stang, but it's a Mach 1 - one of my favourites - like the one that James Bond drives in 'Diamonds Are Forever'! I plan however to give it my own personal look! Here we go: Boxart: The body: I've already glued the doors and frontspoiler on. The rear: Dechromed the tailbumper. Trying out some new taillights (2 transparent sprues glued together and sanded into shape): And here painted transparent red: I kind'a like it. Only an idea, but I'm contemplating going with it. I plan on putting wheels from a '66 GT-40 on it, painting it bright yellow and putting some black stripes on the bonnet (not 'Hood' this is after all Britmodeller! ) Well, it's a start - it's been a while since the last car: - Lindberg's 1/25 Chrysler Atlantic (converted into a Convertable! ) And a 1/25 'Vette from AMT (even more converted - new front, windscreen etc..) So that's it for now - hope to return soon (but no promises - I am- after all - a Slow Builder! ) Cheers Hans J
Lockheed Martin F-16C/F-16D Fighting Falcon, from Polish Air Force showing their special c/s for the NTM 2013 in Bielewicz, Krzesiny AB, Norway. Kit:ARII 1/144 F-16AM converted to F-16D & REVELL 1/144 F-16C Decal:DIY decal
Hi folks, here's the Arii 1/144 SR-71A Blackbird, doing a nice pirouette for you out in the sun... Here she comes: turning right: showing off her long slender form: turning again to give us a view of those massive engines: impressive, aren't they? rear view: round she goes: not bad for her age, eh? coming round for that head on shot which everyone tries to capture on camera: Click! I never actually got to see one of these fly, so I had to do this: Couldn't resist it... It's not a bad little kit, some little niggles and I had to build the wheel well from scratch, but I think it turned out ok: Hope you like it. Now, what's next...? Dean