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About Wulf

  • Birthday 11/07/1968

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    Southeast Louisiana
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    History, Scuba, movies, sleeping
  1. I don't make it over here often but need some suggestions. I will be doing my first dio of a sunken Zero and was wondering what you all recommend to use for the sand/silt of the ocean floor? Thanks! Andy
  2. Hello all, Just a reminder for the Region 6 clubs. AutumnCon 2011 is the 17th in Covington, LA. Looks to be a good time. All info and registration forms are available online. www.htscalemodelers.com Hope to see some of you there... Andy
  3. Hey guys, Doing a P-47 in olive drab. Need some actual photos of the plane from the top view to show fading. Any such animals out there?? Thanks, Andy
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    262 finished...

    Thanks for the kind words gentlemen... Andy
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    262 finished...

    Hey all, This one's hot off the bench. It's Tamiya's 1/48 262. This was a true 'add glue and shake' kit. Superb design and kit all the way 'round. I had it ready for paint in 5 days (which is a miracle for me). The paint scheme was a bit of a challenge but came out okay. Added seat belts, brake lines and antenna wiring. Comments always welcomed... Andy
  6. Very sharp build and a cool subject. Always liked the PBY... Andy
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    Typhoon finished...

    Gil, The wingroot/fuselage joint was poor, and I mean poor! The fuselage area around the cockpit was a separate piece all together. This created unwanted seams and seam work. Nothing that can be fixed but a pain nonetheless. Andy
  8. Looks like a super clean, right off the showroom floor build. Very nice work... Andy
  9. Hey guys, Just finished this one up. This is Hase's 1/48 Typhoon. Not a bad kit at all but has a few issues. Extras include a PE office set, brakelines and a resin seat (really like those). Weathering was done with preshading, postshading, pastels and silver chipping. Comments always welcomed... Andy
  10. I've got 1 week (about 15 hrs.) to complete a car for a show Would like to do a curbside or slammer. Any ideas on a good kit that fits this criteria And yes Matt, I'm sure you'll answer this one! Thanks, Andy
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    My first tank!

    Thanks guys for the kind words. And yes Dick, it will be at GatorCon. I'm sure it's no match for most though. Andy
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    My first tank!

    Well, as some of you know, I'm mainly a plane guy. However, I decided to cross over the darkside briefly. This is my first attempt at a tank and it was a learning experience! Needless to say, I've gained a whole new respect for good armor modeling. It was fun to try new things and techniques. This is Tam's Panther (the older kit). It was a good kit but needed some additions along the way. The add ons include a scratchbuilt cannon barrel, sponsons, side skirts, antenna and utility storage tube. The real challenge was the whole road wheel/sprocket/tread assembly. It took many attempts and adjustments to get it all right. This project almost met an untimely demise against my shop wall! However, I pushed on. The finish is acrylics with pastel, pigment and mud weathering. This was also my first attempt at a 1/35 figure. He came out fairly well but still need practice. Comments always welcomed... Andy
  13. Can you help? Looking for the Eduard week-end edition La-7 instructions. Thanks, Andy
  14. Quite the project there. Kudos to you for taking that one on. Looks great so far... Andy
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