Once Again: 31 Days to Go--What have you Finished?

well, i mean that i haven't abandoned, (to paraphrase flaubert) anything i am happy with yet. still catching up. but you are correct, sir.
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Add two to my list....the 54mm Andrea Miniatures knight is done as a Hospitaller and I just have decals and rigging left on an Eduard 1/48 DFW28 Floh.....odd little beast it is too.
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Ron
1/24: AMT '40 Plymouth
1/48: Hobbycraft I-16 Hobbycraft P-35 Classic Airframes P-43 Hasegawa P-47 Hasegawa Ki-84 Hasegawa Ki-44 Tamiya N1K1 George Tamiya N1K1 Rex Otaki Ki-61 Otaki Ki-43
1/72: Matchbox Provost Airfix Meteor III Project X Avro 707 Italeri Mirage 2000 Italeri Mirage 2000D Heller Mirage IV Siga HUP-3 Airfix Whirlwind MPM FR-1 Fireball
1/144 Trumpeter Type 33 submarine Revell U Type106 Revell U2541 Wilhelm Bauer Trumpeter Kilo Airfix 737-200 Minicraft Boeing 377 Stratoliner Hobbycraft GRB-36D Hobbyvraft XF-85 and RF-84K (they were finished separately from the B-36 so they count :) Revell Chinook
Many of these have been work-in-process for a long time. I think it took me about 2 years to finish the Avro 707, and that's by no means a long time for one of my models. OTOH, I have only 14 more days until I meet my self-imposed deadline on the Revellogram Wright flyer...
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Jeff C
Finished 2003
Month
Date subject (c=commissioned)
Jan
23 HMS Abercrambie 1/700 c 25 HMS Dido 1/700 c
Feb
4 HMS Jervis 1/700 c 6 RM Miraglia 1/700 c 7 RM Eretrea 1/700 c 8 RM Turbine 1/700 c 17 USS Brooklyn 1/350 27 USS Keyes 1/350 c
March
5 AEG 1/48 c 10 Tiger I 1/16 c 14 Fletcher class 1/350 21 Ropuchka 1/700 c
April
1Neustrashimi 1/700 c 2 VC-9C 1/144 c 4 LVTA1 1/35 Nivose 1/400 c 8 F-18C 1/48 c 10 Chieftain Mk II 1/35 c 16 Concorde 1/125 27 EE Lightning F.6 1/48 21 SNJ 1/48 c
May
5 F-16 OHNG 1/48 6 LPD-4 1/700 c 16 LHA 1/700 21 F4U-1D 1/48 27 USS Wasp class 1/700 c
June
4 Panther A 1/25 c 18 Cruiser tank 1/35 c 19 HMS Wild Goose/ U-Boat 1/700 c 21 Jaguar Mk III 1/48 26 Gulf IV 1/72 c
July
2 USS Barneget 1/350 c 4 USS PCE 1/350 c 5 USS Osprey 1/350 c 6 USS Manayunk 1/350 c 16 M2 Bradley 1/35 c 20 Gneisenau 1/400 c 25 Kingtiger 1/35 c Bishop 1/35 c 27 FJ-2 Fury 1/48 Aug.
17 Vickers Lt Tank 1/35 c
Sept
3 Bolzano 1/700 c Andrea Doria 1/700 c Pompeo Magno 1/700 c 25 USMC M-4 1/35 26 Matilda 1/35 c
Oct
1 Sopwith Pup 1/48 14 M8 MHC 1/35 26 F-16n 1/48
Nov
8 Tripartite 1/400 c LaFayette 1/400 c 9 LeRedoubtable 1/400 c 11 USS Indianapolis 1/350 21 Martin Maryland 1/48 c 25 Sea Mosquito 1/48 c 28 FFG 1/350 30 4 soviet Minesweepers/patrol craft 1/700 c
Dec
1 E-4B 1/200 c 2 F-5 adversary 1/48 #59 so far
Expected to finish:
1/35 Samua c 1/700 Kara c 1/700 Kresta c
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Mike Taylor
Tamiyas, 109E,G,Buffalo, Denoita 520,F-104G,Am-tech P-40 2 P-47,Hurricane,Panther,Zero Helldriver,P-38,BG Viper,T-33 ,Hudson,P-59 and if I get the paint on the 262 I'll have 19 done this year. Not bad, John
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Ajsandusky
Dragon 1/35 T-34/85M, Academy 1/72 P-40E, Dragon 1/72 MiG-17F, Hasegawa 1/72 M3 Lee, Zvezda 1/72 siege equipment set #1, and I added a base to my 1/35 BRDM-2 (but I won't be able to finish painting the figures that will turn it into an actual diorama before the end of the year).
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Joe Jefferson
Not nearly as much as I've bought or started
Let's see.
Bought: Some 20 kits (or more)
Started: (at least they're on the bench) 1/48 miniplast PZL-46 SUM vacform 1/48 Falcon Supermarine Seafang vacform 1/48 Special Hobby X-15 1/48 Spojnia RWD-8 1/48 Eduard Bell X-1 1/48 Monogram P-40 b (conversion to an YP-37) 1/48 Pegaso Howard Pete (probably the smallest 1/48 kit around)
Masters for a 1/48 kit of the Pander P-4 Postjager Masters for a 1/5 model of a Kirby Morgan Superlite 27 Diving Helmet Masters for 1/72 Civil War field guns (James and Whitworth rifles)
Finished: 1/48 Academy Messerschmitt BF109D 1/48 Airfix Seafire 46/47 1/48 Accurate Miniatures A-36
1/72 Masters and etchings for Civil War field guns (Parrots, Napoleons, 6 pndrs, 12 pndrs, howitzers, 3 pnd Ordnance Rifle) (still working on the James and Whitworth rifle)
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Bert&Ernie

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