Flying the Camel
This is why I test fit…comparing this with reference pictures I realised the the dashboard is meant to be offsetSo, after some emergency surgery the dash is now correct… 44 more words
23 hours, 54 minutes
And now the Navy Lynx is complete. Not a bad build at all, given it’s age, but those decals were horrendous.
And, because I can, and it really has to be done, a quick comparison of both completed Lynx
2 days, 1 hour
Some attention now to the interior of the ScoutA spray of the overall interior colourAs well as on the seats and dashThen the jump seat cushions added from painted masking tape… 7 more words
The last pieces to go on the (Now righted) Lynx are the two rotorsThe main rotor assemblyAnd then the tail rotor. This completes the model so a gallery will be forthcoming shortly.
The canopy on the scout is a quite good one piece moulding, but the frame lines are very faint.The tint in this case being blue, and again achieved courtesy of a free sample of tinting film… 14 more words
Time to finish off the underside of the LynxOn go the array of aerials and sensorsAs well as the wheels themselves
5 days, 23 hours
Now with the lynx the right way up, some more substantial assemblyThe windows are glued into the doors (The beauty of using glazing agent is that the smears will simply rub off once set. 24 more words
6 days, 23 hours