Help me (studio scale Tie-Bomber)

Discussion in 'Studio Scale Models' started by ckwanwoo, Jun 15, 2006.

  1. ckwanwoo

    ckwanwoo Sr Member

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    Hey Guys.

    I'm trying to make studio scale Tie-Bomber as below link. :D

    http://blog.dreamwiz.com/ckwanwoo/5183543

    So, I found many kits regarding scratchbuild of Tie-Bomber.

    But, I can't find the parts in pics....Plz, Help me :cry


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  2. Boba Flint

    Boba Flint Sr Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    I should have all these parts committed to memory but sadly I don't, So here are the ones I do remember.

    The first pic: Tamiya shinano

    Third Pic: Those are parts for the Hasegawa leopold Railgun

    The fith pic: From another Tamiya battleship, British, The name escapes me. All my kits are in storage now.

    The last pic those are from the Airfix hurricane 1/24.

    If my brain starts working and I fremember the other kits I'll post again.
     
  3. tk1608

    tk1608 Sr Member

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    Hi there,

    Pic 1, Tamiya 1/700 Shinano Aircaft Carrier. Kit 31210, it's the old kit you need, not kit 31215 this has updated parts that are no good.
    Pic 2, (tan part) Tamiya 1/35th 25PDR Field Gun. Kit No 35046.
    Pic 3, ?.
    Pic 4, (tan part) Field Gun as Pic 2. (Grey Parts ?)
    Pic 5, Tamiya 1/700 Prince Of Wales. Kit No. 77522
    Pic 6, Airfix 1/24 Harrier Jet. This is part of the ejection seat, so you'll need two kits.

    Hope this helps

    Cheers

    Phil
     
  4. ckwanwoo

    ckwanwoo Sr Member

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    Thank you for your quick reply. :D

    And....What is the Pic 4 (Grey Parts ?)? :)
     
  5. ckwanwoo

    ckwanwoo Sr Member

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  6. Ivanhotep

    Ivanhotep Well-Known Member

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    <div class='quotetop'>(ckwanwoo @ Jun 26 2006, 08:19 AM) [snapback]1268332[/snapback]</div>
    Looks great, and thanks for taking all the pictures. It's very instructive to see a model come together piece by piece.

    A parts question for all:
    In the 2nd photo at the link above: What are the two long parts on top of the bomb module (the comb-like parts that are parallel at the center)? I got the studio scale kit a few years ago, but one of these parts in resin is broken, and I'd like to replace it with the kit part.

    Thanks.
     
  7. useful idiot

    useful idiot Active Member

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    <div class='quotetop'>(Ivanhotep @ Jun 26 2006, 10:43 AM) [snapback]1268548[/snapback]</div>
    Looks great, and thanks for taking all the pictures. It's very instructive to see a model come together piece by piece.

    A parts question for all:
    In the 2nd photo at the link above: What are the two long parts on top of the bomb module (the comb-like parts that are parallel at the center)? I got the studio scale kit a few years ago, but one of these parts in resin is broken, and I'd like to replace it with the kit part.

    Thanks.
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    I agree. I want to build one of these soon and being that the old thread has none of the pitures anymore i will be following along with this thread.
     
  8. jedi_adrian

    jedi_adrian New Member

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    I hate not having space to build and paint any more..if not I would be joing you :(

    looks like a fun project
     
  9. tk1608

    tk1608 Sr Member

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    Hi, Not sure what you mean by the "comb " parts, but pretty much all the pale grey parts on the bomb and cockpit module are from the 1/72nd Hasagawa Leopold Rail Gun.
    The other parts on the bomb module:- Dark green ribbed parts are from the Tamiya 1/35th M3 Lee tank kit No. 35039, and the dark grey square parts with the tiny indentations and small cutout, are from the Tamiya 1/35th 88mm GunFlak36/37 kit No.35017

    Cheers

    Phil tk1608
     
  10. Ivanhotep

    Ivanhotep Well-Known Member

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    Thanks, Phil. I was referring to the two long, skinny parts that bracket the circled Tamiya Shinano part in the first photo at the top of the thread. That's a Leopold part?
     
  11. tk1608

    tk1608 Sr Member

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    Ahh, right I see the comb now.. sorry I was looking for a seperate part. Yep the part with the combs is from the Leopold, the combs are cast into larger piece that's been cut down and stuck together on top of itself.



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    There you go.

    Phil
     
  12. Ivanhotep

    Ivanhotep Well-Known Member

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    Ah, yes. Thanks loads, Phil.
     

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