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TheDude

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About TheDude

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    http://www.abqscalemodelers.com/
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  • FirstName
    Brian
  • LastName
    peck
  • IPMS Number
    40769
  • Local Chapter
    Albuquerque Scale Modelers
  • City
    Albuquerque
  • State
    New mexico
  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Albuquerque NM
  • Interests
    Planes, Trains and automobiles!!
  1. All these WWI builds are looking great, good work guys! As for me I haven't dropped off the face of the of the earth and haven't abandoned my wingnut wings fokker D7. I recently stopped internet service on my home PC among other services to save expenses. My only online connection now is via my vintage droid cell phone lol. I completed my D7's fuselage and lower wing and in the process of working on the upper wing and fiddly bits. Once I figure out how to effectively post pix, I will asap.
  2. Thanks for the comment Chris, got a little more done the last few days. Cockpit is done. Engine in progress. sorry for the slightly fuzzy pic... Seeing all the cool builds and people enjoying them in this thread i helping me fire the burners to build.
  3. ok, I had a lot of time last night and today (about 8 hours total) to start this project off, I got part of the cockpit and ammunition/gas tank done: Painted the subassemblies last night and put them together and weathered them today. Right in the middle of working on the instrument panel now:
  4. ok I have decided what I am going to build: 1/32 fokker dVII in this scheme, Nothing fancy just an out of the box fun build. Hope to start in the next few days...
  5. I still plan on doing this. Unfortunately between fighting building burnout and trying to finish a previous project that won't end up on the shelf of shame it's getting difficult. Hopefully I can fire the burners and get going again..
  6. Cool, I can probably get in on this but I will have to decide on which of my 20 Wingnut Wing kits to do though.
  7. IIRC wasn't it marine corps green FS34052? Not 100% sure on that though ...
  8. My favorite was the 1/200 Bismarck. I don't think it won any awards, sadly, but it was impressive to see on of those superkits built up. I breifly talked to the older gentleman that built it as he was taking it out at the end of the show.
  9. I"m leaving in about 45 minutes to head to Colorado, looking forward to seeing everyone there!
  10. No shortage of tenax at our local hobbyshop. There are 4 boxes (48 bottles) sitting there on the shelf... :)
  11. He has a pretty secure system to transport all his stuff plus he has a big GMC Suburban to haul his big models like that around. :)
  12. That Langley was built by local Albuquerque Scale modeler member, Dave Straub. It was like a 2 year scratchbuild project.
  13. I've got a bunch of the 1/100 scale entex airliners and the are pretty good size. A 1/72 747 would be awesome but a 1/48 would be too much IMO. I would think a 1/48 737 would be on the large but managable size. I would also guess it would be pretty expensive as an interior would probably be needed among many other details (dropped flaps?). The hardest part would be deciding which version to do because as we all know, if any one version is done, folks would be crying that it shoulda been another version, lol.
  14. I got my reservations too. The gal from India with a heavy accent named 'Kristen' taking my info was nice and all went well.
  15. Sounds like some good places,. I agree if it is to be a 'special' anniversary convention that a centerally locacted place would be best for both coasts folks to have a equal chance to attend. just my .02
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