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Wednesday, June 14, 2017 - 07:31 AM GMT+7
Copper State Models has released detailed images of their future release: a 1/48 scale Handley Page 0/400
This looks like it will be a lovely detailed resin model. looking forward to seeing the whole model soon

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Quite awesome indeed. And in 1/48 scale, which is amazingly large. Opinion below One point I need to make though... the fantastic bomb bay will be invisible when the model is complete.(Unless you build a crash diorama) These air craft are/were fantastic works of art and with this detail a bare skeleton fuselage would be my option for building this. That would be fun and when done could be an educational exhibit at a local museum. Enjoy Captn tommy
JUN 15, 2017 - 03:21 AM
Hi Tom Sadly, that's true of the interior details on most models. We love to know it's all in there, though, don't we - that's why we spend days working on it fully in the knowledge that (barring a catastrophic accident) we'll almost certainly never see it again! All the best Rowan
JUN 15, 2017 - 07:55 AM
that looks fantastic, i doubt my modelling skills would do it justice though.
JUN 15, 2017 - 10:17 PM
You are far to modest Paul. I remember that superb looking yellow Fw 190 you built. That Eduard Fw 190 is not the easiest kit to put together
JUN 17, 2017 - 10:54 AM
You are far to modest Paul. I remember that superb looking yellow Fw 190 you built. That Eduard Fw 190 is not the easiest kit to put together [/quote] thank you sir, have a pint
JUN 18, 2017 - 05:45 AM
JUN 18, 2017 - 11:01 AM
Aye I had the same feeling with the Felixstowe F2A (Roden) with the interior. And I am always crying out about Pilots and crew and I have hidden nice interior with my pilots. Such Is the Artist Captn Tommy
JUN 19, 2017 - 04:48 AM
Maybe a cutaway?
about 22 hours ago
Hi Stephen That might work. I'm not really a fan of cutaways (despite having built a few on commission), but I'd worry on something like the 0/400 in this scale that the bomb bay would still be semi-hidden and shaded between the wings, and that it might almost encourage accidents by tempting people to try too hard to peer inside. As you can tell, I'm definitely part of the "it's just nice to know it's in there" brigade. All the best Rowan
about 21 hours ago
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