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1/48 Tamiya F4U-1 Birdcage flown by 1st alt. Wilbur “Gus” Thomas credited with 18.5 kills . Also 3.33 probables And 3 damage . I used Tamiya paints and Eagle Edition decals . Sometime this year I will be repainting the eduard PSP . Hope you like ?
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Nicely done Brian, are those kit figures or after market? Both look great.
Pilot is from the Tamiya Moto Tug kit and wing wlaker is a modified crew man from the Monogram bomber a/c
Nice clean build! Looks great.
Nice looking diorama, those figures (especially the pilot) look terrific! I was wondering what colour is the PSP, a rather worn metal or some grey(ish) metal? I have one to paint and have no idea where to go with it
The PSP was actually painted Olive Drab at the factory. It would quickly "ding,", collect dirt, oil spills etc. This is a diorama of the cleanest airfield in the Solomons. 🙂
No doubt about that Tom, thanks for the hint about the PSP colour, much appreciated!
The real stuff was also very heavy Pedro... @holzhamer
Each piece weighed close to 100 pounds ! My Dad had some sections of it. We used it to help move vehicles around when the yard was soaked from rain when I was a kid. The stuff is virtually indestructible...and very useful as a traction device for vehicles.
I like it a lot, Brian!
Figures look amazing too!
Nice job, Brian. I like the paint job.
Good looking bird. Nicely done!
Yours is a fine Corsair, Brian!
Thanks for sharing with us.
Really nice painting and weathering. Aren't those great kits!
That pilot figure is one of the best I have seen. dynamic and realistic.
Nice job Brian-good looking bird!
The paint is fantastic. I like the light weathering. Bravo!
Brian, Nice clean build, I really like the nice work on the figures, especially the fit you got on the pilot. Well done !
Really good Corsair. That pilot figure is most realistic.
A flawless build!
Very nice build, Brian.
Still have a very old Revell standing here in storage.
Hopefully I can bring it to live like yours.
Great looking Corsair. Really liked the paint job and how the three lights came out on the underside of the wing.
The bent-wing bird is my favorite, and your rendition is a beauty!
The Corsair is my all time favorite plane and yours looks fantastic. Your builds always look great. Another masterpiece Brian. @f-104nut
Looks very nice… I’m just starting the same kit.
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