Like making any model (not that I've done many) I just do one piece at a time. I really doubted that I could do the rigging before I started , but I just concentrate on one line at a time, get it right (or nearly right ) then look at the next one. It's taking ages ,but time isn't something I'm short of at the moment.You've got more patience than me, the thoughts of doing that rigging fills me with horror, so have a well done
I would be more than happy with that mate, it looks great.Thanks , very kind of you, but I've made so many mistakes building this. I managed to recover from most of them and hide the rest to some extent. Should I ever be misguided enough to try another one I think it'll look a lot better.
Slow, slow, quick, quick, slow......just ignore the quick, quick
2 1/2 later masking the canopy, breaking the front undercarriage, oops, time for a test sit with the prop blutacted on, thankfully, it's just avoided being a tail sitter - just needs all the upper sections masked off, bugger
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Somewhere where the other half is banned from dusting........something like a Grand Piano perhapsOh yes, still need to find a safe place to keep it Once it's finished.
You haven't seen this place , It's already full of bookcases, guitars and a huge amount of assorted junk from time spent in sandy places. I really should have thought about this before I started.Somewhere where the other half is banned from dusting........something like a Grand Piano perhaps
Far, far better than my attempt at it....................many, many years ago, take a bow
Yep. https://www.arrse.co.uk/community/threads/military-modelling.62648/page-1098#post-10049699ME 509, Late war prototype/Whiff, the splinter cams if bad enough, but there's also the mottling to do on it