Its lines and sheer brute force is so evocative of the US attitude to the Cold War in the s and this aircraft looks like it means business. The top and bottom fuselage halves also poorly fit together, also requiring substantial filling. Bottom line, is that you need a lot of effort and planning if you want the final result to look good. The afterburners are a huge feature on this aircraft and again these are only adequate in the kit so the Fisher or, if you prefer, Aires resin replacements are in my view essential to accuracy and doing your model and the aircraft justice. AudiobookStand Discount Audiobooks on Disc. Just a matter of when i get the photos "processed", work is ongoing! Brooklyn, New York, США.
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You must be logged in to post a comment. Thanks to Jaj Miller's B book, I found their location. Richard Mcstay said on November 19, I started one of these a while ago, but the thought of all that rescribing, plus the bare metal finish That cockpit looks the mutts.. I added details gleaned from the Jay Miller book, plus ejector seat rails. I must say it's inspiring what you have done so far.
1/48 B Hustler SAC Delta Wing Bomber by Revell | HobbyLink Japan
Al , great to see you tackle the old beast at last , great progress.. Some work on the seats: After some dicking around with plastic card and wire bits you end up with a close-enough approximation of the kit's seat:. Finishing this kit is an accomplishment, filling in the seams or making the seams appear seam less for metalizer is frosting on the cake. I sanded this down, micromeshed it to grit, then sprayed thinned Tamiya X-1 Gloss Black over it.
Description: View blog View profile. This is an old Monogram kit that I found on Amazon for far less than I could have purchased it anywhere else. I haven't decided whether i will finish it in Alclads or foil - i will try the alclad first and if it goes its usual way with me, i'll just foil over it! That's why it's inaccurate, but it's the only way to make everything fit!