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Discussion in 'Your Completed Kits' started by 520516MA, Jul 9, 2008.
so big ,maybe you wanna buy a new house to put it .
He he he .....for sure. But not always what is big is good.
Im struggling to get my 1/72 models done, a 1/24 would scare the crap outta me
The 1/24 scale hurricane is a pretty basic model, it dosent have heaps of interior detail , you only put the cockpit and motor together and the fuselage goes straight together, it goes together very nicely, the one i built was the MK.1.
Too big for me... don't have the room!
I have a 1/24 Airfix Bf 109E of Wick's that I'm afraid to open.
Njaco if you do build it, where on this earth are you gonna put it ?
You have good reason, that model's a nightmare. Fit is God AWFUL!
I think if you want something nice you have to get "dirty" yourself.There is no possibility to avoid it.
I'm afraid to touch it! Mistakes at 1:72 I can hide but that size would be magnified! freaking box is huge!
Catch, you've built this one?
I don't know why you are afraid to touch it.Fortunately the bigger model is the easier correct them.
I only re-started building models again about 9 years ago after a 25 year lay-off. I've noticed I'm not as - creative? - as I was when I was younger. lost a lot of skills. This thing is intimidating. I'm waiting until I get better then try. But like Erich said, I have no idea where to put it once finished. I already have a large Stuka and Muncheburg's Bf 109 I think in 1:24 sitting in my living room. They were already pre-made so no building.
Do they sell putty by the gallon?
C'mon NJ you can do it!
That exact one sir. The fit around the cowling is brutal!
But I'm with Wayne.
As far as the putty is concerned it is not offered by the gallon but by kilograms . Fortunately for the model one small tube of Tamya putty and some sandpaper 1000 and 1500 grade will be enough, I think.
trade it in Njaco for a big wad of cash and get a 1/72nd .........
The wad will be enough for some 1/72 scale kits.
i have two 1/24 airfix plane too .spitfire mk 1a and hurricane mk 1.big scale model need you have a big room .but it looks very grand!
Have they been assembled yet, 19MA?
two big guys will take me about 1WEEK to finish them.use 1 bottle oil paint!!