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Bennetts

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About Bennetts

  • Birthday 01/26/1952

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  • FirstName
    Rick
  • LastName
    Bennett
  • IPMS Number
    40952
  • Local Chapter
    OMS
  • City
    Beaverton
  • State
    Oregon
  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Oregon, USA
  • Interests
    Enjoy modeling of all types but tend to do more figures and armor. My wife enjoyed figure sculpting and painting. I also enjoy painting in 2d with watercolors.

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  1. The instructions are very vague about placement of part C46 on the gun cradle. I have scoured the internet to find a picture that might show the area of the part on the gun but failed to see it. It seems to be a lever or handle that attaches somewhere to the bottom of the gun cradle. Thanks in advance for any help that can be given.
  2. Looks great. I am not that knowledgeable on aircraft subjects. What does the writing on his hand represent?
  3. I also like the Woodland Scenics snow.
  4. The Triceratops is as it comes out of the box painted with Tamiya paints and oils. The eggs are Aves Epoxy clay and base is Sculpy. The stegosaurus had the rear legs extended and the tail lengthened. Also painted in Tamiya paints and oils. Fun project.s.
  5. Great project and fun to follow. Excellent work too.
  6. I love this. Takes me back to my youth and how much fun modelling can be. Great job on this.
  7. Thank you Noel that is really quite a good idea.
  8. Thank you all, it is nice seeing them on the shelf.
  9. Thank you Chris. She was a great gift to me for 45 years.
  10. My wife Janine lost her battle to cancer three months ago. These birds were a project she had started and I decided to do my best to finish it for her. She was asked by a doctor if she had one wish what would it be, she answered "to take a walk and see the swans and birds again" I in no way come anywhere near the talent she had , but just thought they should be finished.
  11. Well, I finally got the 1/35th kit by Trumpeter built. I am not a very fast builder it seems. I have fun though. I really liked yours with the red warning marks so did something similar.
  12. Great work and the camouflage adds the the uniqueness. At first I did not realize it was small scale.
  13. Fantastic looking piece the work wa worth it.
  14. Looks great. I really enjoy seeing the vintage kits being built OOB at your skill level. Encourages me to get up the courage to bring down some of the old ones from the stash and give them a try.
  15. Looking great in process. The damaged areas are very convincing.
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