I cant commit at this point but might join next year as I have this in the stash that looks to be fun
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Fritz wrote: I've been tempted to bust out my 1/35 Mi-24 hind, was going to do it for the behind the iron curtain GB. Maybe I could do it for both?
Hell yes, super keen to see that.
Unfortunately we can't enter the same kit in 2 group builds, otherwise I've got a kit I was gona get to do it with lol
But feel free to enter it in the iron curtain GB, I'll watch it closely anyway
In the build:
3x 1/24 Subaru rally cars
1/35 AH-6J Little bird
1/48 AH-1W Cobra
I pulled out the 1/48 Hokum this morning, am very tempted to do it for the GB. Not too much to it (only 2 sprues plus a little one for the canopy) so it should be a relatively quick build (which for me means maybe inside a year!). Might do a bit of additional work in terms of wiring for the cannon and rotors plus maybe replacing the rocket pod ends (which are solid plastic rods) with brass or aluminium tube, only problem would be I'd have to make about 40-50 of them
and the scheme I like the look of...
There is some eduard PE available for it but it is one of their older ones and apparently a PITA to work with. I'll see how cheap I can get it and go from there, otherwise it will be OOB with some wiring etc.
In Soviet Russia, Iron Curtain GB builds you!
People look at me funny when I say I own "Fifty shades of Grey". FS36118, FS36270, FS36375.....
CyNaKyL wrote: Might do a bit of additional work in terms of wiring for the cannon and rotors plus maybe replacing the rocket pod ends (which are solid plastic rods) with brass or aluminium tube, only problem would be I'd have to make about 40-50 of them .
Nice subject, but can I politely suggest that you take the plastic off the sprues, glue it together and paint it? Seriously, if I was in your position I would just crack on with something and do it simply and without too much worry about accuracy and detail.