Afternoon fellas,started working on the upper hull today! Got the travel lock, storage boxes and PE grill screens on.Also got the PE shift box bent and glued in.Decided to glue the hatchs shut even though there is an interior below.Had planned on trying out the new AB but the Mrs has been home all week with some kind of virus and been attending to her.
Evening fellas! Not one to waste a nice day,i decided to use up some of my Tamiya primer.Got the gun,gun support,wheels on a stick and interior pieces primed.Had to hold the gun support at a distance to prime as not to flood all the nooks and cranies with primer.Also started working on the interior for the front part of the upper hull.Hope you like the progress.
BTW...I decided to leave the front hatches open to view a little of the interior.Was going to prime the lower hull but still have some more bits to add.
Evening guys! Decided to take a short break from building and do some interior painting.No idea why I'm doing this as most of it will be hidden once closed up .The front seats will be the only part visible through the two open hatches.Oh well I,m having fun.
Going to let the paint cure on the radios for a day or two then apply a clear coat,then attempt to put the decals on.
That's what I thought Leon, and the critique was squarely aimed at Trumpeter: surely it can't be that difficult to design a sprue layout in such a way that any EPMs would be hidden on the back of parts? Or am I expecting too much (again)?
i.gifer.com/6gG.gif You have your way. I have my way. As for the right way, the correct way, and the only way, it does not exist.
Catching up here Leon! Looking great! Nice to see the primer come out! Nothing wrong with a little interior painting...even when some of it get unnoticed in the end! All part of the game! And it keeps the skills frosty!!