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kit-bashed sci-fi Mosquito aircraft

matteline

Alphans
I've had an idea for a while to kit-bash an aircraft the way some of the fighter planes in 'Thunderbirds' were handled. I based my plane on a DeHavilland Mosquito and used an Airfix 1/72nd kit, so the model is about 10" long. Here are a few pics of the finished model.

There is a two part video - 6 minutes each - on youtube that covers the project.

Kitbash Mosquito (part 1)
[ame]www.youtube.com/watch?v=-emGYxmLmHk[/ame]

KitBash Sci-Fi Mosquito (part 2)
[ame]www.youtube.com/watch?v=pzhxKEKaSO0[/ame]
 

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dwomby

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That's some imagination you've got there.8)

Great and well executed. Also, dirtied-down a la Meddings!

David
 

matteline

Alphans
Thank You.
Yeh I ended it giving a pretty 'Thunderbirds-y' finish. Like they say in writing 'write what you know' :)
 

techno

Alphans
This is superb! You Really Gave it a Thunderbirds look & Feel! any plans to kitbash an ASR Jet? Dan
 

matteline

Alphans
Thanks. I have just finished a MiG 242 (from Joe 90) converted from the Irfix Angel Interceptor.
ASR? The yellow Air Sea Rescue jets seen in 'operation crashdive'? Yeh maybe:)
 
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