Revell B-29 Superfortress

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Good Day Folks!

Heres my entry, more pictures to follow. This is my first time ever, entering a model contest. I know my skills, are amateur, but it's all about having fun.



Good Luck Everyone who Enters, and Thanks to Scott, and all the Folks at SMA!

-Steven​
 

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Wicked kit Steven!! BIG!!! Can't wait to see this one come together!!! ;D
 

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1/49 scale, she's gonna be a bigun ;D
 

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Not sure what happen to the first picture in the post, I do not see an edit button to fix it.....












Looking forward to seeing all these builds, has I know they will provide inspiration, to the community here at SMA!

-Steven
 

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1/49 scale ?? :-\ you know what I meant, lol.
 

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Eastrock said:
this one would be huge :D
yeah thats what all the girls say when i hummmm show them my model....


Joking appart are you foiling it or painting it ?
 

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Looking forward to see how this turns out

I was looking for the 1/72 of this kit to use it's cockpit for my Concept Millennium Falcon entry



John
 

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Good luck WigWam, I'll be following along.
 

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WigWag Workshop said:
Good Day Folks!

Heres my entry, more pictures to follow. This is my first time ever, entering a model contest. I know my skills, are amateur, but it's all about having fun.

Good Luck Everyone who Enters, and Thanks to Scott, and all the Folks at SMA!

-Steven​
I hear ya Steven! And good luck to you as well, this looks like a huge plane!

Jaitea said:
I was looking for the 1/72 of this kit to use it's cockpit for my Concept Millennium Falcon entry

John
John, that is an awesome idea!
 

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my workmate named Steven funnily enough, just had this kit arrive and it is an absolute monster alright.
It might be an older mould but the details is still awesome and I cant 't wait to see how you get on with this, 3 months is not gonna be a lot of time for that much styrene :)
 

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Good Day Folks!

I was reading through some information on this kit, what are "raised panel lines"? and how do I deal with them?

Thanks In Advance,

-Steven
 

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Raised panel line means it a older style mold and instead of having grooves for the line between the aitcraft pannel they are raised lines. To deal with them IF you want to you must sand down the model/sctibe and rivet the hole thing...

Lost of tutorials on the net for that
 

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Neo said:
To deal with them IF you want to you must sand down the model/sctibe and rivet the hole thing...
Lost of tutorials on the net for that
You can also recreate the raised panel lines with stretched sprue and a few other methods...
 

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