Vay wrote:Barracuda 1/8th Inch Steel rod 8 inches high in an oval base.
Negatives - You need a grinder to cut and shape the steel.
Plus - Its minimal look maximum strength.
AX1-0 uses a .5 inch Aluminum cylinder rod 10 inches tall. The rod is sunk in 4 layers of plasterboard and has a imperial tower build around it. the aluminum plate it is on is 6X8 in size.
Negatives - Aluminum is still hard to work with, but easier then steel. The plate could use some grinding into a oval.
Plus - Looks amazing, very strong.
Orca - 2 .25inch aluminum rods on a 6X8 aluminum
Tiger Shark - 2 .25inch aluminum rods on a 6X8 aluminum
The most important thing is what and how you drill for a peg slot on the model. Not all models have the "space" for a type and size of rod as all the others.
Tiger shark and Orca have some of the hardest spaces to identify.
AX1-0 and Barracuda are pretty easy.
Vay wrote:Fluff I could find gave me the idea that: most air craft I read about had a pattern to match atmospherics and time of day of attack. So a day and night fighter group with color tones to match the climate and atmospherics.
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