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Hello Britmodellers! My second build on our forum is finished today: This old and well-known kit has a nice surface details, and the new Revell decals is great: As usual, the Huey painted with a Gunze Sangyo acrylics with a Tamiya enamel washes. I decided to use all the weapons from the kit, looks nice: An intake cover is removable, to have access for an engine: This time I masked exhaust area before the clear coat to preserve the matt finish: The rotor and its mechanics looks very detailed: The belly is not so detailed, but a stencil-busy: The front view with a «Thumper»: And this time I don’t forget about a position lights (!): The tail: During the sanding the roof was slightly distorted, but under the paint coats looks smooth: I’m glad that I can preserve all the surface details, with this soft and thin plastic the fuselage looks very natural and in-scale: The bad things happened, too: After the door window was attached, I decided to use an alcohol to remove the fingerprints from the outside... Looks like the CA glue was not so ready, or I was so hurried. The starboard side looks better: The results is not so bad for me, and if I want to build a Huey again, surely I put my hands on this kit again! Sorry for for a bit dark photos, there is not so much daylight today: If you’re interested, there is the link to the WIP section: Thanks for looking!
Just one photo for now, will get more up tomorrow night of the sprues etc Will be done as per kit, but with AM decals as the kit ones are bust.. I have a good feeling about finishing this one Huey Hog by Rainbow 1984, on Flickr
Hello friends! After the long and complex Voodoo build, I decided to build something less-detailed - just for a rest... So, I chose the classic Monogram kit (copyrighted by 1977), repacked by Revell in 2005: First time I sawed this kit in 1994 when my friend’s brother built it, and I was impressed by the quality of the mouldings. Some years ago I bought it (just to have, you know ) and stashed; now its time! The sprue with fuselage halves: The roof, the floor and very nice engine: The crew looks good, very good for this scale: The (not so visible) clear parts and armament: This time I started the build from a little subassemblies for simplifying the (very enjoyable, I must say) process: I love the quality of a plastic, surface details and its color! Thanks for watching