Howdy from Indiana! I’m a shy forum user and a relative novice card modeler, so I thought I’d start this thread as my way of introduction. Hope I post everything correctly. I’d like to build and showcase a Rigby Martin B-26 reproduction for you as faithfully as I can to the manner in which the average 1940s kid would have built it: No special adhesives, no edge-coloring, no Photoshop modifications, special resources, etc. http://i32.photobucket.com/albums/d15/ceebeegee/marauder_intro.jpg http://i32.photobucket.com/albums/d15/ceebeegee/b_26_parts.jpg Of course, I had to break these rules immediately. You’ll see what I’ve done to the spinners and nacelles in the side-by-side photos. http://i32.photobucket.com/albums/d15/ceebeegee/side_by_side.jpg My rationale for this modification was to make the model appear “in flight”. There’s a more personal reason as well, which will be the punch line to this thread. . .stay tuned.