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Old 09-06-2013, 10:13 PM   #1 (permalink)
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AWESOME!!! I've been waiting for these for a long time!
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Awesome job on JC Wings! Hope to see an Airbus A320 or B737-700/800 soon!
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This is wonderful!!!! 727-100, 737-200,-300, 757, 767, dash 8!
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Hmm, it will be interesting to see how this line does, I'm hoping there's going to be an A320 along soon, there's a couple of leased aircraft operating in an almost all white scheme it quite like to have a shot at doing.
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Whoohoooh ...... Decal heaven .......I have been waiting for this for a long time too and now it is possible with a blank canvas, or should we just wait....?

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Hmm shame about the engines... would have prefered the rolls royce engines for any customs I would be after...

How much will these retail for? Same as regular release? If so customs will still remain pricey
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This is a nice idea, and I always want a blank serie among my fleet.
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Perhaps they can consider having a version with a plain fuselage with only the cockpit windows? Most liveries cover a portion of the fuselage, so the printed windows would have to be rubbed out or decaled over...
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OH GODDAM...I Want that A330-200.
Looks absolutely superb and can immediately think of 2 liveries I would apply.
Fantastic release for collectors.
Kudos to JC once again!
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JC has done it again....

Custom makers are going to have a field day with this....imagine if the 747 is on the list!!
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Totally agree, this is excellent news and a truly innovative offering for collectors.
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Now someone else is leading the way.... I think JC have just turned the tables around big time & giving us options of models that may never be released or many years away from release. Thank you again JC
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Perhaps they can consider having a version with a plain fuselage with only the cockpit windows? Most liveries cover a portion of the fuselage, so the printed windows would have to be rubbed out or decaled over...
Not to mention the fine stencilling detail that could suffer the same fate. Pity there are no decal sheets that can offer that level of detail.

Overall, I like the concept of a blank model, but I don't think this has been thought through completely by JC, as far as preserving or reinstating those stencil details that may get covered up/removed during the application of the custom livery.

Frankly, though . . . just looking at the 'factory white' model before it hits the 'paint shop', I have to say that is one attractive model of an A330 for sure and hard for me to resist adding to my collection as an unliveried example of an A330-200.
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Not to mention the fine stencilling detail that could suffer the same fate. Pity there are no decal sheets that can offer that level of detail.

Overall, I like the concept of a blank model, but I don't think this has been thought through completely by JC.
I always look forward to your contribution to all your posts but I have to respectfully disagree with you on this occasion, yes there are some decal makers out there that do offer detail like cargo doors weather strips over the doors, winglet markings and much more.. etc, but if you need to start somewhere, and if this is a test for the market, and this is, decal makers may have to step up. I like this offering to the market and I think JC are looking outside the box. It's their mould no licence issues here with any blanks
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I always look forward to your contribution to all your posts but I have to respectfully disagree with you on this occasion, yes there are some decal makers out there that do offer detail like cargo doors weather strips over the doors, winglet markings and much more.. etc, but if you need to start somewhere, and if this is a test for the market, and it is, decal makers may have to step up. I like this offering to the market and I think JC are looking outside the box
Looking at the stencil detail that JC has on this 'blank' is far more intense than cargo doors, weather strips over the doors, winglet markings, etc. No question those markings can be found, and almost. But look closer to what is found around that -- all the finer detail. Many of THOSE details cannot (at this time anyhow) be found and believe me, I did some intense digging when looking to tart-up a Hogan last year.

Yes it is a start, but I think it is important that those doing the customising realize that they may have to suffer the loss of some of that detail. I'm just saying. Yes, this may be a test, but the intent is success.

Yes, decal makers may have to step it up. This has been mentioned before many times and has fallen on deaf ears.

Yes, JC is looking outside of the box, but I still think they should have thought this through a bit more. Maybe if one of their reps here reads this they may?

One Example: Why not issue a couple of small decal sheets IN the box that have all the detail stencils found on the model on them to use as replacements when some get removed for livery application? It would be so darned easy using the existing tampo art files. Maybe these decals could also be offered for sale through retailers of JC Wings blank models/online/etc.

There are all sorts of ways for JC to square the circle/close the loop/ whatever. But as it stands, I stand on saying they haven't thought it completely through. A few loose ends to consider. Bloody nice model as it sits, though.
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Looking at the stencil detail that JC has on this 'blank' is far more intense than cargo doors, weather strips over the doors, winglet markings, etc. No question those markings can be found, and almost. But look closer to what is found around that -- all the finer detail. Many of THOSE details cannot (at this time anyhow) be found and believe me, I did some intense digging when looking to tart-up a Hogan last year.

Yes it is a start, but I think it is important that those doing the customising realize that they may have to suffer the loss of some of that detail. I'm just saying. Yes, this may be a test, but the intent is success.

Yes, decal makers may have to step it up. This has been mentioned before many times and has fallen on deaf ears.

Yes, JC is looking outside of the box, but I still think they should have thought this through a bit more. Maybe if one of their reps here reads this they may?

One Example: Why not issue a couple of small decal sheets IN the box that have all the detail stencils found on the model on them to use as replacements when some get removed for livery application? It would be so darned easy using the existing tampo art files. Maybe these decals could also be offered for sale through retailers of JC Wings blank models/online/etc.

There are all sorts of ways for JC to square the circle/close the loop/ whatever. But as it stands, I stand on saying they haven't thought it completely through. Bloody nice model as it sits, though.
Agreed. You are quite correct. I never wanted to argue Upkeep, as I always respect your very valid views, and thank you for your points above. You are ruddy well right again :-)
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Agreed. You are quite correct. Never wanted to argue Upkeep as I always respect your points, and yes now I agree with you about thinking it through.
Cheers. Well, let's hope JC refines this offering and makes the concept a success, as it sure is a lovely looking model -- even as just a blank.
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Finally my emails to JC wings for special custom blank A330 is here......

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One Example: Why not issue a couple of small decal sheets IN the box that have all the detail stencils found on the model on them to use as replacements when some get removed for livery application? It would be so darned easy using the existing tampo art files. Maybe these decals could also be offered for sale through retailers of JC Wings blank models/online/etc.

Good idea. That said, I have to say that JC's blank idea in general is ingenious. Could be tuned a little e.g. as suggested by you, but in general: Wow! Well done.
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Good idea. That said, I have to say that JC's blank idea in general is ingenious. Could be tuned a little e.g. as suggested by you, but in general: Wow! Well done.
Based on marcuswong's photos above, I like this model so much, I'm seriously considering buying this and just keeping it as a super-detailed blank!

Gorgeous!
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Gorgeous!
I was thinking exactly the same. I have no need of a 330 as a donor, but it looks great. Any idea how much they are going for?
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I have no idea, nor where they will be available from, but I trust all will be revealed in due time.
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Hmmmm, how if they decide to get done the and Air Seychelles apart for the blank series? I have nothing against this line, it fits perfectly to custom makers. But I wish some day soon I could watch this lovely model in the 1:200 scale.



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Is this blank model available to buy yet in the UK?
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This blank model is beautiful, be careful with the airline you choose and the engines they have selected.

These engines are GE CF6-80E1.

The very nice air seychelles model shown by yogurtlite have RR Trent.

PW 4000 is the third choice ...

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This blank model is beautiful, be careful with the airline you choose and the engines they have selected.

These engines are GE CF6-80E1.

The very nice air seychelles model shown by yogurtlite have RR Trent.

PW 4000 is the third choice ...

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I originally discounted this because of the engines but then I remembered flying a canada3000 many years ago MAN-YYZ so wouldnt mind having one in my collection...

Think the engines are correct to get a custom made

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I confirm that all four A 330 used by Canada 3000, C-GCWA, C-GCWB, C-GCWC and C-GCWD had GE CF6-80E1 engines.

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Thanks I thought that was the case so where do I find the blank model?
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Hmmm . . . looking at that blank A330, it just keeps looking better and better each time . . .

Now if JC Wings wants to soak up prosperity, they also need to do blanks of the 777. Update the engines, and provide -200 & -300's. Just watch 'em fly out the door to the lads doing customs!
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ARD have them listed chris. around £50 after discount.
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This model is good if the livery is one of those eurowhite schemes i.e. Qantas, AF etc. For any other livery i.e. Qatar, Jet Airways, Alitalia etc a good bit of stripping and painting/decaling would be required thereby removing alot of the printed detail already on the fuselage/engines. Only for the hard core custom modelers.



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For this A330 mould, I am waiting the release of an Emirates A330-200 with RR hair dryer engine. I really hope GJ will release it.
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Id like that too... would sit nicely next to the Gemini EK A380 and 777-300....

Throw an A340 in the mix too whilst at it... would be a good line up to have
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Id like that too... would sit nicely next to the Gemini EK A380 and 777-300....

Throw an A340 in the mix too whilst at it... would be a good line up to have

That's what I am thinking !
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