- Apr 24, 2009
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Yeah, looking great. Love that design.
Thanks John. I'm trying hard to keep this one moving, it been a while since I've managed to finish anything, (my desk/bench is littered with started builds). Should be easy to finish with this one, so far it's a fun build. Some minor fit issues, nothing crazy. I'm actually really looking forward to painting it up...Grendels said:Moving along very well.
Me too. I've also got the Tamiya kit also, and I built a 1:72 Revell Do 335 kit a long time ago. I'm actually surprised, there are a number of kit offerings of the 335 from Revell, Tamiya and Dragon.Scott Girvan said:Yeah, looking great. Love that design.
You should join us - Would you plan to do the Revell kit or the Dragon night fighter version?PANZERMAN said:Jason,
You've got that "Flying Aardvark" looking sweet. Definitively one of Germany's more
unusual designs. Very cool.
You've got me inspired to join the 46+ group build. Think I'm going to do a Horton.
Doing my best to keep the mojo throttle wide open ;DKen Abrams said:Here's to keeping the mojo and crossing the finish line.
I like painting cockpits now - never used to. Have to agree with you about the seams though. The other task I don't like is masking the canopies (which is what I'm working on right now ). I have yet to find a "good" method that I like. Some German aircraft have the "green house" syndrome...Ken Abrams said:I had some seam lines to re-scribe as well, probably my least favorite part of aircraft modeling... after cockpits that is.