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General Category => Works In Progress => Topic started by: Tony Leger on Fri 04/10/20 09:08 PM

Title: 1/32 Huey Slick
Post by: Tony Leger on Fri 04/10/20 09:08 PM
Been slowly working through making stuff for the huey getting past various how to hurdles. This is also my attempt to speed up the Kitty Hawk release since inevitably they will release their promised kit though I'd have to fork out  the big price it'll cost at release.
Title: Re: 1/32 Huey Slick
Post by: Ryan K on Fri 04/10/20 09:38 PM
That looks great Tony.
Title: Re: 1/32 Huey Slick
Post by: Tony Leger on Sun 04/12/20 10:53 AM
Thanks those references you loaned me were quite helpful so far.
Title: Re: 1/32 Huey Slick
Post by: Ryan K on Sun 04/12/20 11:59 AM
Thanks those references you loaned me were quite helpful so far.

Not a problem, with glad they are helpful. You are putting them to good use.
Title: Re: 1/32 Huey Slick
Post by: lgriffin on Mon 04/13/20 05:13 PM
That looks great, Tony. Real nice work there. Looking forward to seeing more.

Lee Griffin
Title: Re: 1/32 Huey Slick
Post by: Tony Leger on Fri 04/24/20 11:51 PM
first generation new doors. Will likely tweak then recast. First time on the side door the windows were too close together so had a do over then needed the inside of the side door. All mods done with sheet or strip evergreen. I did use a few pieces of etch from the huey hog. I cast a piece I needed for the rotor mast so that will likely be my next picture.  Archer Rivets really were easy to use. Just try to be patient. You'll note where the glass would be is cellophane tape so when I cast the part I'd be able to get it out. On the inside of the front doors I tried to leave some space to make it easy to insert the glass. I intend to have the window partially open like often seen in photos.
Title: Re: 1/32 Huey Slick
Post by: Ryan K on Sat 04/25/20 05:13 PM
The detail work looks great Tony.
Title: Re: 1/32 Huey Slick
Post by: Bill L. on Thu 06/11/20 08:57 AM
It's shaping up nicely!
Title: Re: 1/32 Huey Slick
Post by: lgriffin on Thu 06/11/20 06:00 PM
That is really nice - real modeling.

Lee Griffin