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Scale Modelworld 2016 models – #6 (Aviation Diorama)

This article is part of a series:
  1. Scale Modelworld 2016 models – #1 (Aircraft)
  2. Scale Modelworld 2016 models – #2 (Aircraft)
  3. Scale Modelworld 2016 models – #3 (Aircraft)
  4. Scale Modelworld 2016 models – #4 (Best in Show & Main Category Winners)
  5. Scale Modelworld 2016 models – #5 (Aircraft)
  6. Scale Modelworld 2016 models – #6 (Aviation Diorama)
  7. Scale Modelworld 2016 models – #7 (Aircraft)
  8. Scale Modelworld 2016 models – #8 (Aircraft)
  9. Scale Modelworld 2016 models – #9 (Automotive)
  10. Scale Modelworld 2016 models – #10 (Automotive)
  11. Scale Modelworld 2016 models – #11 (Diorama)
  12. Scale Modelworld 2016 models – #12 (Armor)
  13. Scale Modelworld 2016 models – #13 (Armor)
  14. Scale Modelworld 2016 models – #14 (Helicopters)
  15. Scale Modelworld 2016 models – #15 (Ships)
  16. Scale Modelworld 2016 models – #16 (Aviation)
  17. Scale Modelworld 2016 models – #17 (Aviation)
  18. Scale Modelworld 2016 models – #18 (Aviation)

Continuing our coverage of the , here’s a selection of aviation diorama entries.

Stay tuned for more, or click on the link below to look at:
http://imodeler.com/2016/11/scale-modelworld-2016-models-5-aircraft/

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7 responses

  1. An interesting group. I confess to feeling a bit of a fraud as the dio base and figures for the trench-crash Roland scene were only a week's work. You never can tell...

  2. Brilliantly done dioramas...wonder what's holding up that KC-97?
    Must be very light.

  3. Martin, Thank you for sharing the show with us, this is great stuff.

  4. Nice stuff. One thing though about the refueling diorama: the KC-97's top speed was just about the B-47's stalling speed. They did that maneuver in a dive, with the KC-97 at the upper range of its performance and the B-47 getting progressively hairier as it got heavier, and it was about 10 knots above stalling speed the whole way down. No wonder they were happy when the KC-135 came along. I used to know a B-47 pilot who told me he was always terrified doing that, one time in a storm over the Atlantic and he had to take on a full load or he wasn't going to make landfall.

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