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Albert Moore

Member Since 07 Aug 2007
Offline Last Active Jan 18 2015 07:29 AM
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1/72 Italeri UH-1B Huey Gunship

10 September 2014 - 10:59 AM

Thought I heard a rumblin'/Calling to my name/Two hundred million guns are loaded/Satan cries "take aim"/Better run through the jungle...

Hey Gang-

 This is my recently completed 1/72 Italeri UH-1B Huey Gunship, in the markings of the 120th AHC Razorbacks, circa Vietnam. Made a bunch of enhancements and additions to the kit. Huey gunships are very busy in the cargo/cockpit area, so the bulk of the work was done in those two spots (most of which can be seen in this Facebook photo album- https://www.facebook...3606216&type=3# ). I also did some exterior work where needed. The Razorback decals were custom made by Joseph Osborn of Fireball Modelworks, while the rest of the markings were sourced from various US Army Huey decal sheets. All comments and critiques welcomed, and thanks for looking!

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Revell 1923 T-bucket Ford hot rod

28 August 2014 - 12:03 PM

Hi Gang-

 

This is my just completed 1/25 Revell T-bucket Ford, built from the 'Rat Rods Amigos' boxing. I didn't get carried with any extra detailing outside of adding a few parts from other kits as I wanted a simple, hassle-free shelf build. The extras include a sewing pin shifter, five spoke rims from a Revell 1929 Ford Model A pickup, and headlights from a Revell 1932 Ford. The windshield frame is from the kit, though I chopped it down a bit for a more contemporary style. The decals came from various sheets, while the license plates are from Gopher Graphics. The finish is Dupli-Color Flat Black with a satin clear coat (Model Master Acryl semi-gloss to be exact). For the finishing touch, a skull was added to the radiator shroud (sourced from a diecast rat rod model). Comments/critiques welcomed, thanks for looking!

 

Cheers,

Albert

 

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