Posted by PeterF |
Aug 20, 2012 @ 04:58 PM | 2,152 Views
I have been flying RC models since the year 2000 so still a recent newcomer. My main interest is in scale models, no particular era or type but more of a wide ranging interest and the subject is something not seen normally. At one end I have an Etrich Taube through to my current build being a Northrop B2 stealth, with a Lancaster, Mosqutio and DC3 in between.
Details of my Brian Taylor Mosquito build log can be found on RC ScaleBuilder (before I really got into RCG) at BT Mosquito RC ScaleBuilder and an equivalent on RC Groups at BT Mosquito RC Groups. The RC Groups one is easier to read as I ported the RCSB log into RC Groups in one go so it has very little off topic stuff in.
Another model I have featured in RC Groups is a small Etrich Tabe for indoor flight based on the Parkzone brick. See Indoor Taube
My current build is a 1/4 scale Tiger Moth from Falcon Model Kits, an high fidelity scale model, much more detailed and true to scale than the Flair kit which is so popular and also the Duncan Hutson Kit. The way the kit builds up replicates the full scale very closely in a lot of areas that are normally worked around in normal kits. This can be found at Falcon Tiger Moth build
One thing on my Brian Taylor Mosquito that I put on the build log was casting the exhaust stubs from resin (see BT Mosquito exhaust stubs). This has been seen by several other builders of the Brian Taylor kit and I have since sold several more sets of the cast exhaust stubs as I have retained the moulds. If you are interested in getting a set of stubs then send me a PM.