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AL HOFFMAN said on November 11, 2013
Thanks again. I’m guessing you thoroughly enjoyed yourself.
Alan Rush said on November 11, 2013
Thanks again, Rob. I especially the wrecked B-17 being hauled away. Saw the photo in your first posting, but like the shot of the fuselage interior in this group.
Richard Mcstay said on November 11, 2013
Cheers Rob, the harrier is absolutely stunning. The F 16 and the chess board stood out also from the previous article. Looked like a good day out! Thanks for sharing, cheers.
Rob Pollock said on November 12, 2013
The chess set in fact belongs to one of our Norfolk club members. It always attracts attention.
Tom Cleaver said on November 11, 2013
What scale is that B-17?
neil foster said on November 12, 2013
I’m pretty sure the B17 is in 1/32 but it isn’t the HK kit so where it came from I’ve no idea….
I had a close look at this. I wondered if he used the HK as a base and simply cast a new shell that he could then manipulate. He could in fact cast different sections, treat them each as a separate model in terms of wreck detail, and as they are cast from the same master, they would fit nicely together.
RichC said on November 12, 2013
Hi guys – I built the B-17 diorama – it’s 1/32, and the vehicles & trailer are 1/35. Fortress is scratchbuilt & based on the Combat Models vacform, trailer & dolly converter scratchbuilt, wrecker and jeep from Accurate Armour, figures cobbled together from Zoukei-Mura, Hornet, Legend & various other bits – thanks, glad you liked it!
Congratulations on a superb build, and for clarifying the mystery fuselage!
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