Wednesday, 3 March 2010

Imperial Navy

58th Navy Air Wing, "The Wildcards"

1st Flight, 1st Aircraft


132nd Navy Fighter Wing

Thunderbolt Pilot

16 comments:

Courtney @ Cadian 127th said...

That is one smooth looking Valkyrie. I'm still impressed by the finish you get on your vehicles.

- Courtney @ Cadian 127th

Da Masta Cheef said...

Very nice! I've still yet to get one of these, but the more I see paint jobs like this, the more I want to give one a try myself.

Jason said...

That pilot is done really nicely! I am afraid I am still working on getting my faces up to that standard with that scale...

Mordian7th said...

Smashing work! I love the Valkyrie, and the pilot is top notch. I keep missing out on opportunities to grab one of those models to accompany my Thunderbolt, more's the pity. Keep up the great work!

the other Kevin said...

That Valkyrie, she's a beauty!

Crazy Red Praetorian said...

Great work as always.

Eltnot said...

Very impressive work as usual. It's always inspiring to come and visit your blog.

Lostsouls13 said...

A very inspiring blog,top class work.

LS13

J Womack, Esq. said...

58th, huh? Why not the 127th "Angry Angels"? Oh yeah, they're all dead. Except for the tank.

So which one has that whiny Nathan in it? I say we let the Chiggy Von Ricthofen have him.

Excellent work, and I love the S: A&B reference. Great show. Lousy military system (lieutenants acting as ground pounders? not!)

Rogue Pom said...

As Cadian 127th said - really impressed with how clean your vehicles look.

Awesome job mate.

King's Standard Bearer said...

fantastic work, i love every inch of it. the blue lining on the black is superb, i will steal that idea if I ever buy a Valk, only itd be a green one!
The pilot is fantastic too

Col. Corbane said...

Very nice mate, I really need to man up and put some paint on mine.

SandWyrm said...

Very Nice Scheme!

CanolliCrusader said...

Yes, I have mine in the box, im scared to paint it...im assuming you paint it in pieces?

ugh looks like im going to have to man up too!

great job man, really really good.

Col.Gravis said...

Thanks very much chaps!

J Womack, Esq, good catch on the S:A&B reference, good cool on the Angry Angels though, think I might just have to grab that idea!

CanollieCrusader, pretty much, I did the inside before assembly, then did the hull (including the wings which are seperate for transport) and the cockbit, the engines and canopy were done last of all.

Andrew said...

This model makes me want to have sex with you.