AMP Sikorsky HO3S-1 1/48
Lovely kit by AMP of this rather odd-looking but useful early helicopter. Being a fan of the non-mainstream I couldn't help myself.
The kit is very complete in its offering; Besides the plastic you get a p.e. fret and masks. I did some further improvements in certain areas but nothing ground-breaking.
The instructions could have received some more care though; they need guesswork at points.
Masks are a nice addition, but most of them don't fit; they're smaller in size. So I had to do additional masking using self-adhesive vinyl.
I used positive rivets in the hope they would add more interest. Unfortunally they didn't work as their instructions hoped to, but being silver they show beneath the yellow paint so all good there.
The model was painted with acrylic yellow over white primer and dirtied with oils and dry pastels.
Lovely work George, I like the subtle variations in tone.
Nice job, George. I'll bet that stands out on the display shelf...that's a real eye catcher. I like it!
Excellent work George, truly impressive yellow finish. I wasn’t even aware of this kit
I really like the weathering. Enough to make the details pop but not enough to overpower the yellow paint scheme.
Very nice job on the very small helo. Great paint and weathering!
Great job,beautifully done.
Excellent George! That is really impressive. I like the weathering.
Nicely done George, can't ever remember seeing one of these kits completed. Excellent work.
Very nice job!
From one George to another...that is very cool
I've done that kit and can attest it is indeed nice. You've done a very good job with yours. Great paintwork and finish.
Really well done. Great finish.
Wow, impressive job ! And very nice pictures.
Thanks everybody for your kind words!
I like the look of this very much! Nice work!
That's a beauty - the weathering really brings it to life! Well done.
This is nice, very nice, super nice! 10/10 rating according to me!
Excellent George! That is really impressive.
I'm "suffering" building one from Mach 2 in 1/72 scale, and your post will be a good inspiration.
Excellent model and with the right point of weathering.