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N 51 B 86.3K C 8 E Jul 9, 2019 F Jul 9, 2019
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A 1970s Rhodesian Ferret in Bush camouflage.

An updated variant of my Ferret for an upcoming build that I’ve been working on. I also have a couple more armored cars on the works as well as two planes that should be done in the next month or so.

Comments & Feedback are appreciated

N 45 B 1.4K C 8 E Jul 2, 2019 F Jul 2, 2019
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Once again I present yet another obscure small AVF. This time is the Brazilian-made EE-3 Jararaca. Created in 1979 to replace the aging M8 Greyhound, the Jararaca saw use by the Brazilian Army as well as by Iran and Iraq. It was usually armed with a .50 caliber M2 MG but could be fitted with up to a 20 mm auto cannon. It was one of the first Latin American vehicles to posses NBC protection.
-Wikipedia

Overall this was a quick build that I had been wanting to post for the last couple days. Still not a complete fan of the front sloping but oh well. I currently also have some updates on both my Ferret and my Hurricane that I’ll try to post soon. Adding to that, I also have two more planes on the works that I’ll try to post a private pic of, so the usual people will be tagged :P

As always, feedback and comments are appreciated

N 61 B 3.8K C 11 E May 27, 2019 F May 27, 2019
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Another small 1:45 build

I’ve honestly really enjoyed building small vehicles lately, they might be a pain sometimes with the scale but they look really great once finished. I hadn’t seen a TKS at this scale yet so I think I got the shape pretty well.
I still have a couple of aircraft WIPs that I need to post so stay tuned for them.

PS. Sorry that I couldn’t take a front pic but the lighting made it look very awkward, might try again later

F&C appreciated

God Bless and Happy Memorial Day!

N 50 B 9.2K C 10 E May 5, 2019 F May 5, 2019
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So this has been sitting on my desk for around a month while I was away busy with tennis and school, but with Senior year almost ending I’ve been able to work on a couple more projects, one of them being my Ferret.

First 1:45 version (first Ferret I’ve ever seen built at any scale actually) and it was quite the pain to put together since the car is pretty small and there’s only so much one can do at this scale. This variant carried 2x Vickers 891 Vigilant anti-tank missiles along with its usual armament of a 7.62 mm MG.
Overall I’m pretty happy with how it looks and I’m glad to be building again.

Expect a couple more builds from me before the summer starts and hopefully everyone has been doing alright.

Happy Revenge of the 5th!

F&C appreciated

God Bless

N 48 B 46.1K C 14 E Jan 7, 2019 F Jan 7, 2019
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The Polikarpov I-16 was a Soviet fighter aircraft of revolutionary design; it was the world's first low-wing cantilever monoplane fighter with retractable landing gear to attain operational status and as such "introduced a new vogue in fighter design." The I-16 was introduced in the mid-1930s and formed the backbone of the Soviet Air Force at the beginning of World War II. The diminutive fighter, nicknamed "Ishak" or "Ishachok" ("Donkey" or "Burro") by Soviet pilots, figured prominently in the Second Sino-Japanese War, the Battle of Khalkhin Gol and the Spanish Civil War – where it was called the Rata ("Rat") by the Nationalists or Mosca ("Fly") by the Republicans.
-Wikipedia

Well sorry for my absence guys, as some of you may know I've had this little dude semi-finished since September, however a lack of motivation and inspiration almost made me dismantle it after I changed the wing design. However I couldn't let myself do it, so I decided to finish it this weekend after getting back. As usual I didn't have enough dark green pieces to give it that 1930s color so I decided to go with an all LBG design to make it uniform until I make a Bricklink order.

Overall I'm really happy with this one, first 1:45 scale I-16 I've seen so I'm glad I was able to capture its shape as well as I think I did.

Feedback and Comments are as always appreciated.

God Bless

(Those who helped with it are tagged)


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