Newbie JU88 1/48 and my JU87

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  1. Bell214

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    #1 Bell214, Nov 26, 2010
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    Buddy thought it would be a fine idea to install 1.5v brushless motors, and nav, position lights. Kind of cool to see lights out!
     

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    Looks pretty nice but reduce the pic size please.
     
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    #3 Bell214, Nov 26, 2010
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    Libya. Right click for view image. Sorry for the size!
     

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    guess he missed the announcement on resizing:idea:
     
  5. Njaco

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    Bell, I re-sized for you and I'm moving this to the Modelling section.

    Great model. Do you have any info about it, scale, kit maker, etc?
     
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    I re-sized the pic. It probably wouldn't load because the pics are far to large. Check the signature section on some tips to re-size a pic.

    Are these your models?
     
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    What a dumbass........
     
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    Now, Now, Dan a bit of pity on the newbie....not much...just a bit....
     
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    Nicely done!
     
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    How the hell did that happen?? Both threads were merged? hhmmmm.

    My question is how a 'newbie' does a model such as that.
     
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    Excellent work.
     
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    I have done that. There is no reason for keeping them both separately. Recently , I have noticed that many of new memebers here posted pictures of all their models as separate threads . But there has already been existed one for that titled Post Your Models in the section.

    The matter of who made a model it is the different thing. The diorama with the Ju-88 and the Fw190 in the background seems to look familiar. So you might be right.
     
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    Ok Wurger, no worries. :)

    I know, as a 'newbie' after almost 30 years away, I couldn't have that level of completion wth my models. Just curious.
     
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    That's true Mate. But I'm still getting an impression I have already seen the diorama somewhere......
     
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    The JU88 and 87 pictures with the 190 in the background have never been published via the internet nor paperback to my knowledge. I do appreciate that some question my integrity. Makes the work more worth it. The 88 ,87 have only been entered in one exhibition on the west coast. The JU88 was my tenth build. 1/48 scale, resin interior (That hurt to close up). Thank you for the help resizing the pics! I built the diorama in order to have the power supply run through the 1/48 APU cart. The JU87 Hasegawa out of the box. JU88 Dragon kit With AIRES resin cockpit. tires.
     
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    Well the modeling is superb, whoever did it...
     
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    Looks awesome! 8) :thumbright:
     
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    Welcome to the forum! Fantastic modeling!
     
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    No worries. Its just excellent work just starting again.
     
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