Picks of your plastic models!

Discussion in 'Off Topic Lounge' started by dajiang, Aug 12, 2012.

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  1. dajiang

    dajiang New Member

    Jul 29, 2012
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    Hi all!

    I might just be really silly and have missed a post about this, but I'm also into plastic modelling.

    So, I thought, if there isn't one, lets get a thread going with some plastic models!

    Who knows, it might provide people with some inspiration for new paint schemes or models to hunt for!

    I'll start off then with some of my planes!
    1: A 'What if' 1:72 Navalised F-22 of VF-84 "Jolly Rogers"
    2: Some little P-40's, one 'egg-plane'. I like the #75 paint!
    3: Su-34 1:72. Italeri kit
    4: F-86 'The Huff', 1:32. It's BIG!
    5: Collection of A-12, P-40 #68, and some Spanish civil war stuff.

    Looking forward to seeing some more beauties soon!

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  2. Zathros

    Zathros Guest

    I take no joy in shooting this down, but this really is a paper model forum. I don't mind people posting an occasional model they have built but a thread on plastic models is a bit much.

    Preserving this forum as a bastion of card modeling is something I think must be cotinued. Blackadder's build is in plastic, but it is in originating from sheets of plastic. It raw fabrication into a finished product embodied the spirit of what we do here. Making paper models from essentially raw stock is what this forum is pushing. A plastic models thread goes too far against the grain.

    Incredibly well built and detailed models by the way, very nice. I'm sure you could win some awards for them.

    Let's see you do one in paper! I think your Q-5 Fantan model is excellent, I wish I could see some bigger pictures of that.

    I would rather have people posting a picture of something they ave done in plastic, if they must, in an occasional post, but not having a thread on it. I don't want people joining this forum to display their plastic models.
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