A discusion Forum for all topics of Plastic Model Subjects
HomeCalendarFAQSearchUsergroupsRegisterLog in

Share | 

 TBF / TBM Avenger

Go down 

Posts : 273
Join date : 2013-05-16
Age : 68
Location : Brighton, Victoria

PostSubject: TBF / TBM Avenger   Tue May 28 2013, 22:44

The original tooling and production of the TBF 1c Avenger kit, in 48 scale from Accurate Miniatures, but Scale Magic under the banner of Shadoworks, released a resin enhancement set for the Accurate Miniatures TBF / TBM Grumman Avenger family, the resin set consisted of the main wing flaps and the grooved tyre, here the model subject is in the Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm livery complete with the AEAF Bands applied for June 6th 1944, the camouflage scheme applied to this subject is all Model Master enamels, the AEAF Bands have been painted, using Flat Black and Flat White. This particular scheme was one of the subjects of choice on an old AeroMaster decal sheet.
This aircraft subject {From the original tooling} is presently released under both Academy and Italeri brands of model kits. Hobby Boss also manufacture a 48 scale TBF 1c Avenger, {which gives the modeller a choice of options}, with folding wings and options of the control surfaces.

Subject painted but all components are sepparated.

Sub assemblies test fitted.

Lower surface of subject showing the resin wing flaps in the open position.

Close up of the resin grooved tyre.

NOTE:- One of the partners of Scale Magic was also involved with Accurate Miniatures in producing a decal sheet option for their TBM - 3 Avenger kit release, also working with Roy Sutherland for release from 21st Century Toys, Roy Sutherland is now known as Barracuda Studios.

When you go home tell them of us and say, for your tomorrow we gave our today.

Those that never learn from history will always repeat it.

Back to top Go down
TBF / TBM Avenger
Back to top 
Page 1 of 1
 Similar topics
» The Avengers
» The Nippled Avenger
» dodge avenger funny car
» The Anime/ Manga Expendables VS The Avengers
» TBF/TBM 1 Avenger

Permissions in this forum:You cannot reply to topics in this forum
Southern Model Club :: TIPS and HINTS: :: Resin Enhancements:-
Jump to: