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RogerTee55
Roger Trewenack (RogerTee55)
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Arado Ar (E) 555
Amerika Bomber

Now to become a Diorama, featuring 3 kits:
Arado Ar (E) 555 ; Bedford QLD ; German Fuel Truck

Project summary

Title:Arado Ar (E) 555
Amerika Bomber
Scale:1:72
Status:In progress
Timeline:Started on December 1, 2013

Project inventory

Full kits
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Colors

I use following colors in this project.

Exterior
Details

Photoalbums

Comments

13. November 2013, 08:35
Roger Trewenack
As this German bomber project was never realised, I intend to devise my own colour scheme, based around my interpretation of what I believe would be suitable for such an aircraft in operation.
* Night Raids across the Atlantic at High Altitude, above fighter operating ceiling.
* Based in France or Spain to increase its cross-Atlantic penetration.
So, this would require low visibility in the air, and on the ground.
....watch this space!!!
Roger Tee.
13. November 2013, 10:28
Torsten Wendt
Interesting, I think it's 8) project. I'll watch
13. November 2013, 10:31
Roger Trewenack
There's some comments in the (now attached) photo-album, that I've been diverted and distracted during the remainder of 2013 - mainly due to work (sigh).
I'm definitely going to be adding LEDs and Fibre-Optics (now waiting on the filaments to arrive), but have a problem with getting power to the whole show.
After many trials I have finally found the answer - the Bedford QLD & QLT truck set - there's enough room in the back of the fully covered truck to contain a 9volt battery, so the truck will become part of the diorama (my first diorama), with a "chunky" fuel pipe between the truck & Arado.
Before I found the Bedford I was going to modify the "German Fuel Truck & Schwimmwagen", but felt that the necessary mods would have been beyond me. With the Bedford, it will be much easier (I hope).
So I'm 1/76 Truck building for a little while!
2. January 2014, 06:35

 

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