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Next up, I tackle a Tamiya P-47D Razorback. This one will be built in the markings of an aircraft of the 365th Fighter-Bomber Group, 386th Fighter Squadron in June, 1944.

23 January 2019

Home at last!  🙂

I had a chance over the weekend to dust off (literally, actually) the airbrush and get some real progress made towards joining the fuselage halves.

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13 January, 2019

Those of you in Australia are likely aware of the Opal Tower in Sydney Olympic Park as it’s been in the news quite a lot over the last two and half weeks. Those of you overseas may also be aware. I live in the Opal Tower, hence the lack of progress and updates.

I did manage to bring my P-47 kit with me when we were evacuated to the hotel, but with no paints and certainly no compressor. I have, I think, brought the kit as far as I can without paint.

We are hopeful that we will be able to get back home in two or three more days, regular progress and updates will resume then.

 


Copyright:  As usual, I make no claim of original work in this article except for the photos of the models and text describing their construction and painting.  Except where noted otherwise, I sourced all images and photos from the internet and are used under fair-use.  Any copyrighted material will be removed or credited forthwith upon request by its owner.

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