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oddmanrush

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  1. Hey everyone, I've started a feature on my blog where I interview fellow modelers/bloggers. Gives us an insightful look at the man behind the models. So far, I have been fortunate enough to pick the brains of Matt McDougall of Doogs' Models, Jamie Haggo of Scale Aircraft Weathering, and Martin Philpott of Martin's Scale Models. If you'd like to check them out, just follow the links and get to know these guys a bit better... Cheers, http://www.thecombatworkshop.com/2013/12/modeling-has-gone-to-doogs.html http://www.thecombatworkshop.com/2014/01/get-dirt-on-jamie.html http://www.thecombatworkshop.com/2014/02/get-motivated-with-martin.html
  2. Thanks, you can follow the link at the top to the build log. There are some shots there. The cockpit is pretty barren so there is plenty of room for scratch building.
  3. Just finished this up for the Pacific War GB...build log is here: http://forum.largescalemodeller.com/topic/1199-hasegawa-132-ki-43-ii-oscar/ The pics aren't the best, but its all I got for the time being. Thanks for looking, and comments or criticism are certainly welcome!
  4. Well, the Oscar is finally finished. The pics aren't the best but...here they are. Comments and criticism welcome! Thanks!
  5. Really fine work on that engine! Looking awesome
  6. Gettin' some work done on her, slowly but surely... That's about it. I'm having a lot of fun with this one. All of the markings so far have been painted, not decals, which is a first for me but the kit didn't come with markings that I was interested in. My paint work isn't perfect but it works for me.
  7. Why thank you sir! Though its a bit irritating that once closed up, you'll have to stick a flashlight in it to actually see any detail. Forgot how tight those Japanese cockpits are.
  8. The interior is complete. Just did a little dry brushing to get the detail popping. Glued the fuselage halves together last night but that wasn't any thing worth taking pictures over...
  9. Thanks Erik, I painted the bezels a slightly lighter shade of gray than the rest of the IP so they'd stand out a bit better. Wasn't sure if I wanted to go all out and use white. On the other hand, its so difficult to see inside an Oscar's cockpit I may lighten everything up so its easier to see.
  10. An update has been a long time coming! I had to get a few other projects out of the way before I could return to this one full time. The interior finally got painted. Normally I use hand brushes to paint the interior as I don't feel like breaking out the AB just to paint such a tiny surface area. This time I changed my mind and went ahead with the airbrush. This was taken after the wash was still fresh... So with that, I'm back in business with the Oscar and should be updating here more often! Thanks for looking, carry on!
  11. Wow, that is something to be proud of for sure! Beautiful build. Can't say much more than that...
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