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Old 12-17-2010, 10:13 PM
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I don't believe Gary's F-107 is that large, so it would be like a big brother to his models. It appears to be a touch more detailed too.
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Old 12-17-2010, 10:23 PM
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My original post said there were four of these plane built. I was wrong on that one. Only three were ever built, however two do survive. The contract was never completed as the F-105 won out.
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Old 12-17-2010, 11:52 PM
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Well I guess your right. I'll just blow it out with tons of little fiddly stuff ( in the words of Will Aldridge) I really wanted to see it through to completition anyway, But I gotta tell ya again it's tough coming up with anything new. I think you just gotta take what's out there and just keep making it better. Will post progress as I go on.
*breathes a huge sigh of relief* glad to hear it! This is such a fantastic subject, and in 1/32 it will be an equally stunning model. I'll be watching!
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Old 12-18-2010, 12:34 AM
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Please see this one through...as above, Gary's is quite small and would probably like a big brother...

Some aircraft that have yet to be modelled in paper include the P6m Seamaster and the many (mostly unbuilt) variations on the B-36...and, of course, the Megafortress...
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Old 12-18-2010, 03:08 AM
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Hello!

That's a very nice looking model! Pretty unusual plane!
What I like the most is the canopy in a colours of the rainbow - that's the fresh idea!
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Old 12-18-2010, 08:05 AM
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Please see this one through...as above, Gary's is quite small and would probably like a big brother...

Some aircraft that have yet to be modelled in paper include the P6m Seamaster and the many (mostly unbuilt) variations on the B-36...and, of course, the Megafortress...
I tried making the Seamaster... it has been fridged. I did find great blueprints of it though, including one of its trailer, as it has no landing gear. It does look very good in this blue/grey wave scheme:
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Old 12-18-2010, 04:52 PM
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What I like the most is the canopy in a colours of the rainbow - that's the fresh idea!
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I tried making the Seamaster... it has been fridged. I did find great blueprints of it though, including one of its trailer, as it has no landing gear. It does look very good in this blue/grey wave scheme:
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Please see this one through...as above, Gary's is quite small and would probably like a big brother...

Some aircraft that have yet to be modelled in paper include the P6m Seamaster and the many (mostly unbuilt) variations on the B-36...and, of course, the Megafortress...
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*breathes a huge sigh of relief* glad to hear it! This is such a fantastic subject, and in 1/32 it will be an equally stunning model. I'll be watching!
APA-168: Yes I'm gonna finish this, I agree about the subject. I saw this in fine scale modelers magazine which got my afterburners going.

Cybermac: I'm glad you like that canopy, I thought the rainbow thing would look corny but when you get it done it looks iridescent in the light. I will probably make it more transparent though I think the color was a bit too heavy.

SJPONeill & legion: Yes I like the Seamaster also. Funny you should mention that one as I have a ton of reference material on it already It was quite a large plane ( see pic) I think that is the trailer one Legion.
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Old 12-18-2010, 05:41 PM
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Very interesting canopy design/experiment. Looks really great!

Model looks fantastic, the canopy is pure genius!

Thanks for sharing it!

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