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War Monkey28 Jul 2018 1:45 p.m. PST

Okay so I have been working on a fair list of Modern Aircrafts that will work really well with 15mm, many of them I will make into crash sites to include a couple of airliners


Some fixed Wings and Rotary Wings



I have others posted here link

Thanks for looking.


Cacique Caribe28 Jul 2018 8:48 p.m. PST

I was 7 or 8 streets away when this airliner came crashing down shortly after take off:



My brother and I took off on our bicycles and got there before the police and other first responders were able to close it off. It was a truly horrific site. You couldn't tell at first what was what.

So, if you want realism, you better have LOTS of twisted styrene pieces scattered on (and embedded into) your terrain project. And millions of tiny shiny pieces too.

PS. At least my school friend and his parents made it ok. Their next door neighbor wasn't as lucky. None of the passenger and crew made it either. Now, if the plane had stayed in the air a couple of seconds longer, it would have come down on our neighborhood and not theirs.

War Monkey28 Jul 2018 10:23 p.m. PST

Wow! That is something! glad it missed you and Yours. Thanks for the tip!

I plan to chop up a HO Scale brick build or two and with Sculpey Clay roll it out really flat and score it with hash tags for very small brick, bake it then use them for scattered brick piles.

Use plastic strips and cardboard for boards and wrecked twisted metal.

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