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as for the instructional videos, I have not, but do plan on doing maybe one or two more for the year. I Must Admit..... the "Rigging Lines" Really took off, not sure if it was the 'Intro' or just showing a model being built as an 'Actual video' ( instead of pics of what I do ), but I'm Trying to finish off my JS Ohsumi LST-4001...I pretty much finished the well deck, I might post a little later this week or next, but I Do need to finish my island that will be lit. Work has gotten in the way
so I hope to finish that ship this month, and build with her a AOE of the same scale to complete Phase II of DDH-project
Phase I was an evolution of DDHs of JMSDF, but Phase II was insertion of this LST that "I" thought was an A/C carrier when I was younger. But Phase III will include a few more JMSDF ships of DD/DDG to finish the fleet and more Advance/Modern DDG/AOE to complete Phase IV, the final JMSDF fleet..........down the road.
Yes, I'd buy 'em. But I don't think there's enough time left to get them all assembled.
In relation to your other question I prefer 350 scale but I also assemble 700, 450, & 400 stuff as well (Hasegawa, Heller).
How's those instructional videos coming along?
Okay - I have a wish list for Tamiya, Revell, and Trumpeter (somebody/anybody).....Please, can we have quality, injection-molded, 350th scale kits of the following ships:
1. RN Colony and Town class cruisers - UGANDA, SHEFFIELD, etc;
2. USN "Big Five" battleships - WEST VIRGINIA, CALIFORNIA, etc, circa 1941,
3. An accurate ARIZONA, and PENNSYLVANIA;
4. NEVADA class battleship, circa 1941.
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