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Hello, So I've been wanting to do this for a long time now, and its really my second attempt. This one came out much better than the previous one. The engines are stolen from an A-10 kit available at Hobby Lobby for around 20 bucks. The weapons are off the IG heavy weapons sprues. Everything else is 1/16th inch Balsa wood. Hope you enjoy!
All it needs now is rivets (hundreds of them) and paint.
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Not bad at all! Proof that scratch built is an excellent alternative.
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I agree with CBrate, it does need alot of rivets and it will look really authentic, but overall yes that is amazing
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Nice work, but I think the engines would look better flush with the fuselage. Great overall regardless.
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Any suggestions on how to make dozens of rivets?
I just put my scratch built models under my pillow and pray that the rivet fairy will come in the middle of the night and put rivets all over my model... I usually just wake up with a headache and broken model though...
This is very cool, the smooth wings and engine casings give it a different look than the bulldog nosed FW model, the engines being moved to be flush with the body sound good though.
And he said it's balsa wood
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