Author Archives: Greg

Sprue Cutters Union – Invisible Detail

I haven’t blogged much lately, in fact, I haven’t been at the bench much either.  I’ve wanted to, but life has gotten in the way.  I have one kit to fix due to a horrible accident where a model actually … Continue reading

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Sprue Cutter’s Union: Old Dog, New Tricks

Though, I don’t like to think of myself as old; and I certainly haven’t been back to modeling for very long, maybe a couple of years – there are some new tricks to be learned.  2015 has me finishing up … Continue reading

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Nose Art

Here’s an interesting site.  I was looking at different P-47 pictures, when I came across a site of the Bug, which I built a long time ago.  This site contains information on planes with nose art.  None of my other … Continue reading

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Mosquito Landing Gear

I finally got a few minutes at the bench; and I was able to finish up some loose ends and get some milestones completed. I finished up the landing gear, I need to attach them to the undersides of the … Continue reading

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Beginning the Mosquito

My next model will be a Group Build for 1944.  I chose a DeHavilland Mosquito Fb Mk.VI that will be in the colors of one from 487 Squadron.  This particular subject was chosen as it took part in Operation Jericho, … Continue reading

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P-40F Warhaw, Finally Based

Now I can truly call this model finished.  With the really nice weather I was able to get the sand on the base to simulate a more arid environment.  So here are a few pictures of the finished model.  

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Sprue Cutters Union: May

And…….we’re back.  After being off for a while, John changed the format up a bit and gives us topic monthly.  This month’s question is: How do you stay in the hobby when you’re away from the bench? I’ve been away … Continue reading

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