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Tomcatfreak


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#590 2007-08-07 16:09 GMT-5 hours    
I`m building scale models, since I was a young boy.I`m not a professional, but I think, some of my models are really good.
Mostly I build aircraft, military, Warbirds and modern aircraft. Sometimes I also build a car.

Already build:
- Revell F-14A Tomcat, Scale 1/32
- REvell Mirage 2000, Scale 1/72
- Revell Tornado, Tiger-Meet 96, Scale 1/72
- Revell F4 Phantom, Scale 1/144
- Revell Su-47 Berkut, Scale 1/144
- Revell Lavochkin LF5, Scale 1/144
- Revell F-14A Black Bunny, Scale 1/72
- Revell B2 Spirit, Scale 1/144
- Revell Apache Longbow, Scale 1/72
- Revell UH-1D SAR, Scale 1/72
- Academy P-38 Lightning, Scale 1/72
- Italeri Mig-29, Scale 1/72
- Heller Spitfire,Desert-Camo, Scale 1/72
- Heller F4U-Corsair, Scale 1/72
- Heller Mig-21, Scale 1/72
- Academy Subaru Impreza WRC, 2005, Scale 1/72
- Heller Volkswagen Beetle (old), individual woodland-paint, Scale 1/32

In Process:
- Tamiya F-51D Mustang, Scale 1/72

Waiting:
- Revell Space Shuttle with Boosters and ext. tank, Scale 1/144
- Revell SU-27, Scale 1/72
- Revell F4 Phantom, Scale 1/72
- Minicraft F/A-18 Hornet, Blue Angels, Scale 1/72
- Heller Peugeot 206 WRC, 2005, Scale 1/72

Here you can see some of my models:
http://www.cig.canon-europe.com/a?i=DLCMYz2qIm

Tamiya is too expensive for me, but all the parts of their kits fit perfectly. Revell is like playing a game, sometimes it goes well, and sometimes nothing will fit together.

F-14 Tomcat 4-ever!:)

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#591 2007-08-07 17:04 GMT-5 hours    
Great shot of the Su-47! Nice stuff...

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#592 2007-08-07 18:42 GMT-5 hours    
You know, here's an idea: what if you take a good balanced sharp photograph with indirect lighting and send it high resolution to me. I'll photoshop that pic into a background as if it's really turnin' & burnin'. I know for a fact that there is a site where they do it. Awesome project and we can do it too. Maybe a sidestep in this thread but worth thinking about...


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#593 2007-08-07 19:40 GMT-5 hours    
That`s a real great idea!! `cause I have some models that are build flying, without the landing gear down. And I didn`t know how to make good pictures of them. Would look kinda funny, if I would lay them down on the street and upload these pictures..

F-14 Tomcat 4-ever!:)

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#594 2007-08-07 21:59 GMT-5 hours    
Well, in my profile you can find my email address. Let's give it a try, on the house. But be sure to send HiRes pics, no 72dpi but 300dpi. You can use www.yousendit.com for sending large files.

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#3207 2008-10-16 06:56 GMT-5 hours    
Great shots i like the P-38

Ian::2thumbs_grin}

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#3208 2008-10-16 12:33 GMT-5 hours    
There's a lot of time and effort in those

The 1/32nd Tomcat must be an awesome size!

Interested to see that you do a lot of 1/144, is a scale I just connot cope with. What is your preferred scale to model?

Michael

"Rolling..." B-36H serial 51-5734 Film 'Strategic Air Command' 1955 - Six Turning and Four Burning!

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