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  1. STOP! If you’re looking for buses, I’m afraid this is the wrong thread for you. If you like multi-winged flying things, read on. I am a little bashful at proposing a group build, partly because as a proposer I will be expected to host the thing if it gets through the ritual bunfight. Let me, nonetheless, set out my stall. Since I joined Britmodeller, I’ve noticed a few of us show some reticence where models of aeroplanes with more than one set of wings are concerned. Rigging seems to put people off, perhaps understandably. However, like many of you, I find I do
  2. A rather classic subject, and thus unusual for me, but here is a build of two Moths. I bought the Amodel and Avis releases believing they were different molds, but no luck. A very old Amodel mold was released long ago, and that was different (and not in a good way). Therefore, here are two Moths, one for me and other for dear friend David the Tall of Chicago. As much I may know about really arcane subjects, I am a total illiterate on these widespread types, and had to start to educate myself. In any case, here are the boxings and contents. There are many versions out there in diffe
  3. Hi everyone, I've got up the courage to post my first build in a few decades, and have decided on putting together a 1/48 Revell Stearman PT-17 Kaydet. I confess my main interest is in maritime models and before I watched a few YouTube builds of this kit I'd never heard of the plane. However, from what I've read it's an interesting aircraft and a relatively easy build despite the Level 4 billing Revell give it. Hopefully I'll gain a few skills before moving on to my first ship. I'll be building the kit 'OOB' to make life as easy as possible for myself, with the exceptio
  4. Hi all - thought I'd start a build log on this one. I've always wanted to tackle building a 1/48 Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) Bulldog. The RAAF operated twelve Bulldogs in the early to mid 1930s; these aircraft represented the forefront of the RAAFs fighting force during this time. From their introduction into RAAF service until 1935 the Bulldogs were considered almost sacrosanct; a pilot had to be of Instructor rating before being allowed to fly one. I've always liked the Bulldog because of its important inter-war role in the RAAF, plus I've always thought it looks pretty mean
  5. Hi All, Is it OK to join all the fun with a DH2? It will be the Eduard Profipack version and I intend to add a little detail and will not be using the marking options supplied, but basing the airframe on a picture in the relevant Windsock Datafile. Photos to follow. Christian, exiled to africa
  6. Dear Fellow Modellers, Feeling really encouraged by the reception to my first two RFI posts, here is my third This time I'm presenting the Airfix Grumman OA-12 Duck 1/72, in the colours of the 10th Rescue Squadron, USAF, Elmendorf, Alaska, 1948. I started this model in parallel with the Hurricane (posted here) and Spitfire (posted here), in early August 2014. However, just after finishing the cockpit and closing the fuselage, I left it untouched for 2 and a half months, while finishing the other two. I only managed to finish it by the end of January 2015. This kit is a very
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