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PostSubject: Re: My "Late" Mavis   Sun Feb 26 2017, 13:25

pmmaker wrote:
It really did turn out well.  Sometimes what we envision a finished model looking like is a far cry from what the reality turns out to be.  At a time like that, we are disappointed by our results because it isn't what we anticipated.  But other people just see our model (or other artwork) for what it simply is.

This applies here Tom.  We see a nice model!  That is what it simply is.  Only you know what you envisioned.  As for my opinion, you've got something to be proud of and to enjoy.  It looks like another large stunner you get to proudly display.

pmmaker

You couldn't have said it better. Very Happy

Tom, I am very impressed by what you have going on in your man-cave. Wow! That's a lot of models to navigate through. Very cool.
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PostSubject: Re: My "Late" Mavis   Sun Feb 26 2017, 14:57

Thanks, PW. That is only one corner...it gets worse...bordering on horrific...lol

Tom

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PostSubject: Re: My "Late" Mavis   Sun Feb 26 2017, 15:14

This is a collection we have to see.

Tom take some shots and put them in the collections thread.    You have some real beauties there.    What is that one with the crazy props in OD just below the tail of the MAvis.  The only props like that I can remember seeing on a four engine aircraft was Russian. ?    I see That Aleutian P-41 I've always wanted.

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PostSubject: Re: My "Late" Mavis   Sun Feb 26 2017, 17:38

That crazy prop one is a Soviet Tupolev Bear. I think the Alutian P-40 is a 1/48 21st Century plane...

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PostSubject: Re: My "Late" Mavis   Sun Feb 26 2017, 17:45

Looks like you & Specter NAv have similar collections. WWI / 2 helmets. Nice Gotha bomber hanging there.

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PostSubject: Re: My "Late" Mavis   Mon Mar 06 2017, 09:44

Looks great Tom. A lovely model of a beautiful aircraft, that hull/fuselage is sheer poetry Very Happy I hope Hasegawa does a new-tool of this one day.

And, as others have commented, that's an impressive model collection you have Shocked

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