by Brian Scott
October 1, 2016 in Aviation
Another one of those Fantastic Tamiya Corsair builds . Finished with Tamiya paints and montex mask . Enjoy 🙂
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Tags: 1/48, Corsair, F4U, Tamiya
Craig Abrahamson on October 1, 2016
Great lookin’ job….can’t beat those Tamiya Corsairs….nice work.
DE4EVER on October 2, 2016
🙂 … Greetings … 🙂 :
Very nice build Brian, the Corsair ( also the A-7 Corsair 2 ) are and always will be one of my favorites. The weathering is very well done … light but very well done. Thanks for the pictures.
Rob Pollock on October 2, 2016
Smartly presented, Brian.
Tony Prince on October 2, 2016
Very well done Brian. Especially the beautiful surface finish & colours.
Jack Mugan on October 2, 2016
Nice work Brian…like the finish a lot.
Jim Sullivan on October 2, 2016
Congratulations Brian on producing a fine model of the F4U-2 Corsair. Nice finish, weathering and markings as well as good photography.
David D. on October 2, 2016
Very nice. A real beauty.
Paul Wilsford on October 2, 2016
Nice looking bird, B.
Simon Whitney on October 2, 2016
Great build Brian, lovely build sir.
Rob Anderson on October 2, 2016
Robert Royes on October 2, 2016
Beautiful Birdcage Corsair. I see a F9F in the works.
Thomas Sweeney on October 2, 2016
awome looking aircraft Great job
Bernard E. Hackett, Jr. on October 2, 2016
Brian, lovely night fighter Corsair. Where did the squadron and individual markings come from?
P.k on October 2, 2016
Very nice build i LIKE
Greg Kittinger on October 3, 2016
Nice looking Corsair!
Dirk Derks on October 5, 2016
Folded wings gives a lot of extra work, but it is worth the effort.
Looks great. Excellent weathering.
At shows it is amazing, how many visitors have no idea that folding wings is possible by the real aircraft. Always a good reason to get in contact with the people that pass by.
Nick Newell on October 9, 2016
Oh that is so nice Brian, well done!
Jeffry C. Bailey on January 9, 2017
Excellent! Great photos, too.
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