The pose of the aircraft itself is just awesome! Finally i managed to finish it. As you can imagine, everything turn wrong and i spent more time than i thought in the begining. Thank you for the extent of the photos and especially the tail of which you did a phenominal job, I'm most impressed by this build! A few general views: Some subjective views: Details of the tail's view: All the details about the contruction, painting, effects, etc. . I'll check your blog out and to see how the build went.
Just i put a little piece of hard wire into the wheel and i fix it with the aircraft carrier deck. I love the weathering and the wooden flight deck. Your build not only represents a serious amount of talent in many areas, but it is fantastically unique and is a joy to look at. Your paint work is amazing. That's a serious talent by itself.
I think the bright green around the canopy frames looks odd, but the overall results are still very stunning! I' m sure you are not intending to impart a sense of comedy in this build and I seriously mean no disrespect or offense in any way. I hope you like it. So in conclusion, please don't think I'm being in any way negative about this. And having said that I also want you to know that I see some serious talent in this build. Thanks for all your comments! Whatever you have on the bench next, I'll be waiting to see it.
The aircraft appears to be careening out of control, with the plane in the air on one wheel, and the pilot waving his hands in the air and not on the controls. Toshi jejee yes, i agree with you! I wouldn't change a single thing about it. How did you do that I know not. I think you can see more or less how it works. Your figures in this scale are amazing as well.
I'd love to see more of your work. With this Val, i tried to show just in the moment of arriving to the aircraft carrier. I always find something different or original in my works. . . .
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