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Monogram kit re-scribed with Super Scale decals for VA-65. True Details wheels. Enjoy!
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Craig Abrahamson said on March 22, 2016
Nice job…..Monogram rules!
Robert Royes said on March 22, 2016
Beautiful build. That’s from that classic Big E air wing.
Andrew Frill said on March 23, 2016
Thanks everyone for the compliments. Man if Monogram just retooled these releases to have engraved panel lines , think of the money they would make!
Bernard E. Hackett, Jr. said on March 24, 2016
Andy, they only did that once that I know of, with their P-51B. Also gave a better pilot figure.
One of their strengths, which I wondered why they didn’t capitalize on, was their figures. Even their earlier “little” figures, like the running pilot and LSO in their SBD and TBF. Why not figure sets? Nah, nobody will buy them, ask Hasegawa and Eduard, and the resin folks. Brilliant!
As noted, some upgrading, with better details, and they’d have sold some more. Note the continued comments here, whenever one is built and posted.
Hey, what do I know? I’m just some old busted down modeler. Must be all that zylene, and solvents.
Greg Kittinger said on March 23, 2016
Looks perfect! Love the exhaust staining. You’re post shading on panel lines looks similar to mine. Do you achieve with airbrush, pastels, or something else. I’ve got a Korean War Skyraider on my on-deck shelf, and an RF-101 built but not yet painted on my shelf, so I kinda feel like I’m following in your footsteps relative to your posts here!
I do pre-shading first and then when im all done with the main colors I will go back with a really thin black brown mix in wing roots and other areas.
Tom Cleaver said on March 23, 2016
Good to see you got it dirty enough to be accurate.
Vincent Perry said on March 23, 2016
Dirty bird i like it
Brian Scott said on March 24, 2016
That is one beautiful looking Skyraider !! Love the overall finsih 🙂
Stephen W Towle said on March 24, 2016
Great to see a SPAD with out the Bumble Bee on the tail. They’ve been done add nausea, it seems everyone who builds a Tamiya kit that is.
Two thumbs up on something different.
Exhaust stains either make or break an A-1, that and the oil leakage from the engine. Hear tell if there ain’t oil leaking, you know something is wrong….
These are really good, and an example to refer to, whilst considering doing them.
John Healy said on March 26, 2016
Nice to see a pre VN Skyraider. Good job!
IAN JACKSON said on March 28, 2016
One of my favourite Skyraider schemes. Really like that.
Jeff Bailey said on February 27, 2017
Andrew, like Stephen, I like the fact that you did NOT give it the Bumblebee tail …
These are such cool beasts! I think our WWII enemies can rest easier because they never had to suffer through SPAD attacks! Imagine, a single-engine fighter-sized (almost) aircraft that can carry a bomb load equal to or more than an early B-17! Awesome!
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