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  1. Thanks for your tip, wackyracer. I am looking forward to see your Ho 229. Please remember to share with us.
  2. I know. Building these frames is going to be a challenge and lots of fun. Go for it. I am thinking to get one more engine and cut it for display.
  3. I finally have time back to big scale. When I noticed the Horten Ho 229 long time ago, there were 1/48 Dragon kits and couple of 1/72 kits on the market. I was not interested with small scale Ho 229 and the Dragon kits were hard to find. Finally I heard that Zoukei-Mura planned to have 1/32 Ho 229. After I saw some photos of their Ho 229, this Ho 229 became to my must have. I got this kit two months ago. After opened the box, I was surprised how complicated it is. Then I decided that I am going to build this kit out of box. Just enjoy a simple way to build a complicated kit. Hope you enjoy
  4. Thank you, Matt and JonathanReed.
  5. I believe that every modeler has talent if he keeps building models. Thank you, Jeroen. Next model is a Sci-Fi model, Transformers. If you say in 1/32, that will be an A-4 Skyhawk, but probably begin the project after 6 months. You may follow my FB here. https://www.facebook.com/pages/DeepBlue-Model/498437670208030'> https://www.facebook.com/pages/DeepBlue-Model/498437670208030 Thank you, Grant. I am glad to hear that. Because I always learn something and enjoy when I see someone’s WIP, so I want to share these useful skills with every one of you. That means we lear
  6. Thank you, Jamme. By the way, I suddenly notice that there are 114 "Like" below. Wow~~~
  7. Thank you. Thanks for your comments.
  8. Here are some photos of this P-400. Thanks for watching. Hope you guys enjoy this WIP.
  9. Hi, guys. Really appreciate your nice words. Thanks again.
  10. All right, I think this is the final update. More photos of this P-400 are coming soon. Thanks for watching. Client also provided a Signifer 1:32 WWII USAF forked lift set for the bomb and drop tank. Cleaned these resin parts and tried to dry fit. In the photo of the Signifer forked lift set, there was a wooden frame on the bomb loader, but this wooden frame wasn’t included in this set actually. Therefore, I tried to scratch build two wooden frames by the wooden stick of popsicle. Painted the basic colors for bomb loader and wooden frames. Was
  11. Thank you, guys. Dave, next 1/32 is an A-4 Skyhawk, but you may be disappointed because I probably begin building the A-4 six months later due to there are several Sci-Fi and figures models are behind this P-400.
  12. Thank you, Rick. New in progress. Finally finished this P-400, but I still need to build a bomb loader for displaying the bomb and drop tank. I will share more photos when I am done with everything. Thank you guys. I really appreciate your comments and encouragements all the way. Glued landing gears and wheel doors on fuselage. I used fishing line for the antenna wires and 0.4mm brass pipe for the insulators. Last two parts, glued the propeller and right door on fuselage. Ya~~this P-400 was done.
  13. New in progress. Thanks for watching. Made the second stage chip effect. Finial result of fuselage. Added some stains on radiator air outlets by soft pastel. Began to paint small parts. Airbrushed camouflage on doors. After washed the doors, did the weathering and made some chip effects. Painted the propeller. Applied the stencil decals on blades. Used soft pastel to make some smudges. Airbrushed these landing gears. Painted the details and break lines first. Then washed the gears and made some chips on gears as well. Painted the wheel
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