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The Flying Machines of Unconventional Means GB - Finished Builds and Poll

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NARSES2:
This is where to post your finished builds

Dizzyfugu:
Why am I always the first one to post something in this kind of section...? Well, nevertheless, here's my interpretation of the GB theme - I present to you the Rostov Tilt Rotor Aircraft Company РТАК-30 (NATO ASCC code “Hemlock”); 3rd prototype "33 Yellow" during state acceptance trials; Zhukovsky (Moscow Oblast), 1987 in 1:72.

1:72 Rostov Tilt Rotor Aircraft Company РТАК-30 (NATO ASCC code “Hemlock”); 3rd prototype "33 Yellow" during state acceptance trials; Zhukovsky (Moscow Oblast), 1987 (Whif/kitbashing) by dizzyfugu, on Flickr

1:72 Rostov Tilt Rotor Aircraft Company РТАК-30 (NATO ASCC code “Hemlock”); 3rd prototype "33 Yellow" during state acceptance trials; Zhukovsky (Moscow Oblast), 1987 (Whif/kitbashing) by dizzyfugu, on Flickr

1:72 Rostov Tilt Rotor Aircraft Company РТАК-30 (NATO ASCC code “Hemlock”); 3rd prototype "33 Yellow" during state acceptance trials; Zhukovsky (Moscow Oblast), 1987 (Whif/kitbashing) by dizzyfugu, on Flickr


More about it (story and beauty pics) here: http://www.whatifmodellers.com/index.php/topic,46319.msg840769.html#msg840769

PR19_Kit:

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Why am I always the first one to post something in this kind of section...?


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You're the fastest builder Thomas, simples.  ;D ;)

TheChronicOne:
"AH-1 Super Cobra MACRO MACHINE" - U.S. Marines

This is a simple scheme swap. I built the Italeri kit OOB and just painted it differently. What makes this one kind of neat,however, is that I "flipped the script." Instead of modelling something larger, I modelled something smaller. In this case, it's an old Micro-Machines toy helicopter. It was one of my favorites as a child because I thought the paint was neat.







Found here: http://www.whatifmodellers.com/index.php/topic,46477.new.html#new

sandiego89:
Vectored Thrust C-130, by Sandiego89

United States Marine Corps VC-130H at Cherry Point, North Carolina 1978

"Sweet 6" pictured at her home base of Cherry Point.  The VC-130's had been primary used to support AV-8A operations at austere bases, much like her RAF counterparts supporting Gr1 and Gr3 operations in Germany. "Sweet 6" was to later gain her place in history during operation Eagle Claw to rescue the American Hostages from the embassy compound in Teheran, Iran. 

The kit: 1/72 Airfix.  Self casted resin Pegasus engines (x4). 

build thread: https://www.whatifmodellers.com/index.php?topic=46349.0






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