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Kit: Tamiya Scale: 1/48 Type: P-51b Mustang Extras used: decals, eduard photoetch Paints used: Tamiya, Mr metal and Vallejo Built this alongside my other one, slight difference with this one, mounted on a base, in flight, just after takeoff with wheels being retracted. And a motor added. Extensive chipping again on this one. First time painting a pilot, dont think i did too bad. Also another first for me is my first metal finish on a plane. I used Mr Metal, i found these ok and excellent to brush paint with too. I have since tried out alclads and much prefer these (apart from the smell!) motor running, its not as noisy as this in person...
Hi everyone, No, it's not April 1st! This is probably a shot in the dark but does anyone have any experience of knowledge of motorising props on a 1/72 model? Me and another modeller are planning an F-14/Tu-95 diorama build where the Tomcat intercepts the big Bear. For the Bear, we were thinking of motorising the props....just to make it more difficult for us! Clearly, the contra-rotating thing only addsmassively to the difficulty...so we might go for a single motor instead (and just power one set of blades) Any ideas on types of motor to use or set up would be really appreciated. Thanks in advance, Dermot
Hi Guys (are there any female members?) Here are some samples of the Formula One kits that I have built in the past. Am I a Ferrari fan? Sorry, but yes. Am I a Schumi fan? Yes again (but not sorry) Anyway, the quality is not that good and it looks like I will have to put my apron on and do some cleaning of my kits, but if you want to see more of them then please click HERE Formula 1