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Some pics of my first model - 1/48 Taymia P-51B

September 21 2013 at 1:23 PM
Michael  (Login WildeSau75)
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Hi guys,

Finally I got my first real modeling attempt done - there is just some weathering to do.

It´s the 1/48 Tamiya P-51B Mustang.

It didn´t do the model justice at all. I am really disappointed with my result.

But since I got on the nerves of some helpful guys here with questions, I think I owe these guys some pics.

I know - the pic´s aren´t of good quality either - I am a newbee on this too wink.gif.

Critics and feedback is welcome.

Cheers,
Michael

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Bill Suggs
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Not shabby!

September 21 2013, 1:34 PM 

Looks quite presentable, especially for a first effort! Look forward to seeing your next model ...

 
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Michael
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Thanks Bill - appeciate it - already work on the next one. Cheers, Michael

September 21 2013, 2:05 PM 


 
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Chris C
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Great looking model Michael, I was once a newbie to, Your skills will improve over time.

September 21 2013, 1:41 PM 

I have learned alot asking all the great model builders here at Hyperscale. They are allways helpfull and give great advice on Modeling modeling technics.

Chris C

 
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Michael
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Appreciate it Chris - thanks. Yeap - the guys here are helpful. Cheers, Michael

September 21 2013, 2:06 PM 


 
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Dave Cantrell
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Dude...

September 21 2013, 2:01 PM 

Nothing to be ashamed of there.. Nice job.

Cheers,
Dave

 
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Michael
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Thank Dave - compared to what I see here, mine is crap - just a fact. Cheers, Michael

September 21 2013, 2:08 PM 


 
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Dave Cantrell
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You're doing fine, man..

September 21 2013, 2:11 PM 

Don't be intimidated. We were all in your position at one time. I've been modeling for 30 years. But the last 15 I've spent here on Hyperscale have helped me improve my modeling skills way more than I ever did in the previous 15..


Cheers,
Dave


    
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Michael
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RE: You're doing fine, man.. (incl. WIP pics of my next one)

September 21 2013, 2:33 PM 

Hi Dave,

Don´t worry - I am not. It´s just more what John Wallace means in his post - being disappointed because I know I probably could have done better - at least in some areas.

But as you say - it´s gone be a question of being patience enough and being open to advise from others.

Thanks a lot for your heads up - really appreciate it - helps to get the right mood to continue working on the next one. It´s Tamiyas 1/48 P-47M - here some pics of the cockpit:

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Definitely looks better than the Mustang one - so guess I had some learnings already.

Hope I will be able to post pics of my P-47M soon too. But right now I am stuck since I have to wait until I get some Tamiya spray can color to continue which isn´t easy to get here (AS-xx color series).

Will I see some of your work too? Looking forward to see it.

Cheers,
Michael


    
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wallacejohn
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I am glad you are disappointed Michael,

September 21 2013, 2:10 PM 

you are on your way to becoming a real modeller.Real nice first model by the way.


    
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Michael
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I guess you are fully right with what you say John - appreciate it. Cheers, Michael

September 21 2013, 2:38 PM 


 
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Red Steve
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I love it! NEVER be ashamed. Only be ashamed if it is sitting unbuilt in your closet!

September 21 2013, 2:20 PM 



"My avatar is better than your avatar!"

 
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Michael
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:-) - thanks a lot Red Steve - appreciate it. Cheers, Michael

September 21 2013, 2:34 PM 


 
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daniel iscold
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Keep your sprues empty

September 21 2013, 2:22 PM 

Dear Michael

The only way to improve your skills is to keep the sprues empty! Nice model!
And remember your best model is the next one.

 
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Michael
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You are right Daniel - thanks for you heads up. Already working on the next one ;-),

September 21 2013, 2:35 PM 


 
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Mike Dougherty
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Re: Some pics of my first model - 1/48 Taymia P-51B

September 21 2013, 2:30 PM 

I can't see anything not to be happy about considering it's your first model, it's a lot better than my first, although I was 6 years old.wink.gif

Remember that a lot of the work you see online is done by people that have been doing it for decades and have built hundreds if not thousands of kits.

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Michael
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Thank you Mike - I am definitely older than that :-) - thanks for the heads up. Cheers

September 21 2013, 2:36 PM 


 
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Philip
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Way to go. Keep 'em coming...

September 21 2013, 2:44 PM 



Philip & Maximilian
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Where has all the music gone?

 
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Michael
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I will Phil - thanks. Cheers, Michael

September 21 2013, 2:47 PM 


 
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Jason Cameron
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That Looks Great!

September 22 2013, 6:20 AM 

I think your model looks fantastic, especially for being a newer builder. I recall that it took me four years of building models before I started using paint, so you are way ahead of the game!
Don't let anyone tell you otherwise: this hobby is an art. No one has any power to criticize your work, unless you ask for it, of course!

 
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