By David Wakefield
Construct vintage pull and push toys with 20 creative tasks for making wild and wacky wood animals that come alive with pleasant realistic movement. Make dinosaurs, kangaroos, sharks, geese, turtles, wolves, and extra. With unique styles, concise directions, and step by step colour photos, those captivating initiatives are easy sufficient for even a newbie to accomplish in a weekend.
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Accuracy I compared the fuselage of Trumpeter’s 1/24-scale Messerschmitt Bf 109G-6 with plans in my book, Augsburg’s Last Eagles. The plans were scaled up from 1/48 to 1/24. Dimensions matched almost perfectly. The depth and shape of the fuselage components looked excellent but there was a tiny discrepancy around the rear fuselage. Heading toward the tail, the fuselage is angled slightly upward compared to the drawings. At the mid-fuselage, the kit part is a little more than 1mm deeper than indicated on the drawing.
Hasegawa’s kit cockpit is not bad, but there are some marvellous multimedia replacements available. One of these is from MDC. MDC’s 1/32-scale Messerschmitt Bf 109G-2 cockpit provides 19 perfectly cast and stunningly detailed parts in grey resin, plus photo-etched parts and decals. Cockpit detail moulded to the interior of the kit fuselage was removed, and the general area was thinned with a Dremel motor tool. The backs of the resin cockpit sidewalls were thinned too. It is well worth spending a little time with this preparation as the sidewalls will fit much more neatly beneath the cockpit sills, creating a more authentic impression and improving the later fit of the instrument panel.
The glass insulator for the Morane mast is provided as a clear part. This is nice attention to detail. The perspex covers for the navigation lights are clear parts too. Bits and pieces The centre section of the canopy has a ridge on the starboard lower edge. This is to help locate the canopy in the open position – another difficult task on the 1/48-scale kit. The landing gear is nicely detailed, even including moulded-on brake lines. The profiles of the ETC rack. drop tank and gondolas look good.