by Brian Scott
October 18, 2014 in Uncategorized
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Tags: 1/48, Diorama, P-47, Tamiya
Bernd Müller on October 19, 2014
Nice kits Brian ! i/4 ?
Morne Meyer on October 19, 2014
Looks very nice in 1/48. Adds life to the scene / diorama. Well done.
Rob Pollock on October 19, 2014
When I first looked I thought it was the same kit in different lighting. Anyway, I like clean look. I went to an airshow in September and there was a display of vintage, restored vehicles as well. The car here was on show as a post-D-day Canadian version and really looked smart.
Simon Whitney on October 19, 2014
Nicely done there Brian. A nice diorama in the making.
Simplistic but effective.
AL HOFFMAN on October 19, 2014
Great work Brian. If you used the kit decals you did an excellent job. I can’t see a trace if the carrier anywhere. Always helps to have something in a more known size to put the other in perspective.
Tom Cleaver on October 19, 2014
Nice work, Brian.
California Steve on October 19, 2014
Great looking models Brian. I will be looking forward to more posts.
bob mack on October 19, 2014
very nice brian
George Williams on October 20, 2014
Nice looking models and scene, Brian, but couldn’t you tell us a bit more about them?
Brian Scott on October 21, 2014
George the decals are from Bombshell decals of Lt. Richard of the 352nd FG , Thunderbolt and care are from tamiya. P-47 is painted with tamiya colors . Staff car painted with Model Master paints. The PSP was made by eduard . You can probably find them on Ebay .
Rick Wilkes on October 20, 2014
Excellent Brian, you did a wonderful job on the finish. I’m with Al, if the markings are the kit decals, I’d pay money to know how you did that 🙂
BTW what brand of PSP are you using for the base, and is it a single piece.
Rick the decals are from Bombshell decals of Lt. Richard of the 352nd FG , Thunderbolt and care are from tamiya. P-47 is painted with tamiya colors . Staff car painted with Model Master paints. The PSP was made by eduard . You can probably find them on Ebay .
Frank Cronin on February 26, 2015
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