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Hello everyone, Yet again, I have for you is my Revell Emirates A380. If you would like to see pictures, visit my Instagram page: airplanemodelshd . For now, I have uploaded the build video below. Included in the model are LED's, though the Anti-Collision lights are not accurate, I still am pleased with the final results! Thanks for viewing this post!
The first lighting kit to be offered by Tirydium Models are as follows; 1/72 FM X-Wing 1/72 FM TIE Fighter/Interceptor 1/32 Revell BSG Viper MkVII The X-Wing has 4 red, one green and one white with fibres, with instructions for fitting - £10 The TIE has a blue led for cockpit backlight and one red with fibres for instruments and engines - £7 The Viper MkVII has 3 blue engine and 2 white cockpit, resistors for 9v operation - £7 Postage on kits is £2. Website is still in development so PM if any are of interest. Thanks for looking, Warren
Hi, I'm aware there are a couple of companies out there offering ready-made aircraft lighting sets, but I'm quite keen to have a go at doing something myself. My chosen subject is the Revell 1/72 A400M - I'm not sure any of the off-the-shelf sets cater for the size or complexity required (wingspan nearly 65cm). Can anyone suggest any good resources on the subject, including circuit design, component selection, achieving the appropriate frequency for flashing beacons and so forth. It's been a while since I've wielded a soldering iron, but I'm up for a challenge! I'm also planning to add motors to drive the props. Any thoughts welcome. Thanks, Andrew
Having just finished developing the BSG Galactica lighting kit I thought it only right to finish the kit as well so here is my painted BS Galactica with said light kit. Thanks for looking and any c & c's always accepted. Cheers, Warren
I have been thinking about my current Dalek build and it really is crying out for some lights to be installed. My thoughts are two red flashing LED's on the dome and possibly another in the eye stalk. I can probably manage to wire up an LED but how do I go about creating a flashing effect? I would guess that I could get some sort of module from Maplins (there is a handy local store in Aberdeen). I think I will also have to create a base as somewhere to install the batteries. Any tips or advice from electronic wizzes out there would be appreciated. Nigel