Academy SB2C-4 HELLDIVER

austin132010

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Hey guys, I have started on the helldiver and will have the first vid up soon. Meanwhile here is the OOB review of that model if you have not seen it yet:
OOB Review Academy SB2C-4 HELLDIVER 1/72

AND A PIC:



This looks like this is going to be a great build.

Thanks,
Austin.
 

spud

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oh sweet. i remember building one of them about 20 odd years ago and i recon it was one of my first aircraft kits.
 

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Hey austin it's great to see a new generation of builders! I have heard that kit is pretty good , the only academy airplane i've done is their 1/48 P-47D, it when together well. I will watch and wait for new vids!
 

spud

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Na I was younger than you are now when I did it so it is well gone
 

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That's a big kit for 1/72! Good luck on this, can't wait to see some progress!
 

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Off to a very nice start, Austin.
As I said on your channel, nice technique
 

Chris S

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Good start there Austin :) , great little vid too btw ;)

Chris.
 

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Nice Videos and Nice Job buddy !!!! this is gonna be a sweet model !!!

Keep up the good work !!!!


Later !
 

JMac

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Looks sharp Austin. Good work on the painting the details.
 

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Looks like it's gonna be a beauty Austin. Well done.
 

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Great work there Austin. You are building skills are well beyond your years.

I wish I had an answer for your question, but I'm just not sure mate. I DO know that there are some printed sheets out there you can get for your scale. They aren't to expensive so you might be able to use those instead.

Good luck.
 

austin132010

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Thank guys!

Norm, thats a good idea. I'll look into doing something like that.

Austin
 

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