Alexander G. I've built the 1:48 version and it was already huge, but that comparison picture, holy crap! At 1:32 it has a wingspan of exactly 1 Meter oO
Good luck with that mate, we'll keep you motivated
07. October at 20:55:20
bughunter Kent, this is really a cool project. You said, all resin, but I heard, that the fuselage and wings are made of glassfibre (GFK) ?
You could also do the famous one of Jacques-Yves Cousteau, but it was a 6A.
09. October at 20:12:43
Kent Karlsen Sorry, yes the fuselage and wings are glassfibre...
10. October at 07:36:47
Adam Farnsworth Great work on the details. Also liking the Danish colours it's going to be getting.
11. October at 18:15:25
Kerry Cox Most impressive to say the least. !!
I will be keen to know if the waste gun positions have the shell casing scoup/funnel included, s I remember seeing them on the refurbished Cat at the RAAF base at Amberly some years back. Just wondering really. But I love your results so far.
13. October at 19:37:29
Rui S Great work in this huge model (not to be surprised about this)
I'm definitely in this one. Better late than never.
1/32 That's my scale for aircraft hehehe
Mike Daniels Wow. It looks like Shuttleworth. Congrats on both models and photos and diorama. I have only recently discovered Roden models. They are really good, if a little tricky with great details. Wingnut Wings - I dream......of winning the Lottery.
My only question is - How did you do those weeds ? Photoshop graduated mask ?
08. August at 23:54:08
Kent Karlsen Thank you all! Photoshop with some layer transparency I think...
09. August at 06:51:24
Hans Haag Excellent dio Kent incredible, my respect!