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MWS

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MWS last won the day on June 30 2020

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About MWS

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    Mark
  • LastName
    Smith
  • City
    Miami shores
  • State
    Fl
  1. Very, very nice. Look like you could get in and drive. I built one when I was a kid, and if I remember correctly MPC did it 1/16 scale. What scale is your kit
  2. You are most welcome David. I am currently working on a 67 GTO. But shelved it after paint issues. I will sand and try again. I am thinking about a ship diorama but I don’t think I will be any good at dioramas or waterline models.
  3. My girls got this for me Christmas. I lowered the ride height and modified the exhaust. The paint is Tamiya flat aluminum, the black is Testors gloss black acrylic, and several coats of Tamiya clear. Please excuse the paint I suck at airbrushing.
  4. Wow, wow, wow. Everything from parts disappearing into the ether, to glue on the windshield! Question what scale is your armor and armor transport?
  5. Thanks to all of you for the encouragement. My family wants to know how come the rest of the internet aren't as nice and positive as you guys. Thank you
  6. I used testor's model master guards red on the tip of the hellfires then cemented the lenses. I had used the sensor mask to cut a holographic "decal" from a holiday bag but in the end decided not to. I colored the inside with a purple sharpie on the large lens and a yellow one on the smaller lens. The guts slipped while drying so the projectors did not line up properly.
  7. I am not sure if you can see the guts I put into the sensor turret. I cut some sprues and hollowed them and then cut some clear sprues and made lenses.
  8. Finally finished. I now know the meaning of "fiddyly bits". Let's see I broke the hell fire assembly, the low air speed sensor, the inspection handle on the tail, the main rotor control rods, and a sidewinder. I want to thank Chris for his advice and encouragement.
  9. Almost done, decals, touch up, panel wash and dull coat.
  10. Holy that is amazing work! WOW!
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