Saturday, 6 February 2016

Jolly Junkers - part 1

The same box which supplied the Spitfire also contained a Ju-87.  Would it, I wondered, be a better kit? The set, by the way, contained all four of the kits illustrated together with paint (hmm, whatever) and glue (always useful) for a mere £13.50.
The parts looked OK - I remember Revell kits in this colour plastic in the '70s.
Some warping aside, the parts weren't a bad fit but liberal quantities of tape held it all together while the glue set.
Looks OK so far.
No too much filler was used
The undercart feels quite sturdy - as befits a Stuka!


Conrad Kinch said...


Paul Foster said...

You are a model making machine at the moment Tim!

Pete. said...

Nice job Tim, we seem to share similar views on the applivation of filler too.

Should we expect a BoB themed game sometime soon?



Tim Gow said...

Conrad Kinch
I may call upon you to provide your sound effects in a game.

Tim Gow said...

Paul Foster
Not a very efficient machine I fear!

Tim Gow said...

I do have some plans for a daft (surprise!) Battle of Britain game.