Started by chrisonord, January 08, 2020, 02:28:32 PM
Quote from: sideshowbob9 on January 09, 2020, 03:23:14 AMYou have a little cracker there! Great idea, well executed.I sympathize with your loss of enthusiasm. I haven't touched a model in over a year after I tried to sand a cut straight and took off too much. It knocked my confidence and now I look at my models and just see wonky, amateurish crap. I guess I just need to get back on the horse!
Quote from: chrisonord on January 09, 2020, 06:55:17 AM I may well find myself another Javelin, as I quite like the big old lumbering brutes, and arm it with some A.S. 30's
Quote from: chrisonord on January 09, 2020, 06:55:17 AMThankyou for your kind words, unfortunately my enthusiasm has taken a kicking due to unfortunate occurrence over the Christmas period and is on going with both my health and my dog's health. So feeling a bit crap to be honest. Narses(Chris) I wasn't sure about the white on the fuselage as I didn't think it would look right. It's the only part that got the airbrush treatment also as I dare say I would be still painting it for weeks to come. Depending on what happens over the next few weeks I may well find myself another Javelin, as I quite like the big old lumbering brutes, and arm it with some A.S. 30'sCheers Chris
Quote from: Snowtrooper on January 10, 2020, 09:08:18 AMThat bomb load put my mind in the right mood to notice a resemblance (the nose and intake area mainly) between Javelin and the Bucc. Who knows, maybe it would have excelled in the role it was not too slow for, unlike its intended purpose. Nice work, and get well soon (as well as your dog)!
Quote from: kitnut617 on January 10, 2020, 11:08:03 AMNice one Chris I've got one of those Frog Javelins too, but it's buried in the stash. Could you jog my little grey cells please, the kit comes with underwing drop tanks in addition to the slip tanks under the fuselage, right ?
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