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Bernhard Schrock (Yellowwing)


Travel Air Mystery Ship R614K - completed

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Winner of the Thompson Cup Trophy 1929.



This album is attached to project Travel Air Mystery Ship R614K.

Albums: 1 with 50 images
1:48 Travel Air Mystery Ship (Testors 0916)


4. May at 10:06:58 Share
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Hanno Kleinecke Here comes the next racer, checkin' in ! :)
4. May at 15:37:41
Wim van der Luijt count me in too!
4. May at 17:25:46
Stefan Schacht Hallo Bernhard, i take a seat. Cheers Stefan
5. May at 10:58:30
Gordon Sørensen Another great start, Bernhard! Watching!
6. May at 20:36:08
fj55mike OMG, your projects just keep getting better and better! Can't wait to see what you do with this one.
9. May at 21:22:12
Alec K Looking great . Taking a seat.
13. May at 00:56:48
Bart Goesaert Nice start on this one... will be a colorfull bird
13. May at 11:27:56
Dave Flitton Hmmm, another training video! I will sit in.
13. May at 11:39:07
Nathan Dempsey Bringing that old Testor's kit to life!
20. May at 18:57:38
bughunter Bernhard, in the time I think about a solution of a problem you nearly finishes a whole project 8) Great work again
30. May at 19:51:58
Nathan Dempsey Absolutely gorgeous scalloping there Bernhard.
1. June at 18:26:49
Gordon Sørensen The paint looks fantastic, Bernhard!
1. June at 19:24:50
Wim van der Luijt I was wondering how you were going to tackle the masking.....very clever solution with the circles....paint job is already looking awesome!
2. June at 08:46:11
Bernhard Schrock Thank you Mates for your comments. It was worth to spent yesterday two hours for exactly masking. I used Tamiyas white tape and I'm very content with the results. The last task today was the applying of narrow black decal stripes and the kit decals (very good quality).
2. June at 15:07:23
Hanno Kleinecke Magnificent masking and paintjob, absolutely invisible connection between painted and decal stripe !
2. June at 15:30:20
bughunter I really like your interpretation of the aircrafts of that times Impressive rigging!
4. June at 20:19:23
Nathan Dempsey Just watched a documentary on Pancho Barnes. She really loved this plane.
5. June at 23:30:04
5. June at 23:48:42
Slavo Hazucha Looks fast even in scale & stationary! Great work & beautiful result!
6. June at 11:21:41
Gordon Sørensen Fantastic result, Bernhard! Rigging looks excellent!
6. June at 15:36:29
gorbygould Wow! Absolutely stunning.
6. June at 15:46:32
Wim van der Luijt looks like it's ready for take off, a really lifelike result!
6. June at 18:07:30
Bill Gilman Another masterpiece from Bernhard! Beautiful!
6. June at 18:21:53
Bernd Korte Sieht stark aus!
6. June at 19:08:16
Hanno Kleinecke Beautiful little red red lightning, Bernhard !
6. June at 20:37:40
Bernhard Schrock Thank you for the nice comments. It was an unusual modeling project based on a 55 years old kit. It's stunning that Hawk released an entire series of planes which were built only once or very few. Some of them I have built already, for example Supermarine S6B, Howard Ike and Laird Solution and I remember that I had a lot of fun.
7. June at 04:20:26
Bart Goesaert splendid result... maybe an old kit, but a very beautiful one, and very nicely enhanced...
7. June at 06:33:51
7. June at 10:31:53
Neuling Beautiful colour!
7. June at 14:19:27
Murad ÖZER it's a gem, gorgeous model executed beautifully. 8)
30. June at 12:59:15
Michael Hickey Absolutely beautiful.
30. June at 13:15:51
Ben Schumacher Definitely not a project for the faint-hearted... the result is absolutely perfect!
12. July at 08:00:12
Slavo Hazucha Just reviewed this again... Still puts a big smile on my face - such a thing of beauty this is
12. July at 16:32:17
Matt Smurfmm Lots of hard work for a great result!
12. July at 16:57:22
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