I am Citrus Aviation, and you might have seen my work on Instagram and YouTube.
I am looking forward to chatting with the community here and expanding my knowledge and community interaction. Just so y'all know a little about me, I am a Christian, photographer, graphic designer, and of course model collector which is what this forum is about. I have posted a couple of samples of my aviation and model photography. I will be sharing model photo shoots, new models I get, model reviews, new videos, etc.
__________________ My BIGGEST requests for new 1:400 releases
- Delta Connection Embraer 175 (enhanced winglets)
- American Eagle CRJ-700 rerelease
- United 737-900ER Evo Blue
- United Airbus A320 Evo Blue
Thank you Gemini for the Delta, United and American CRJs!
Latest arrivals: Gemini Jets March 2021 Releases; Delta CRJ-900, Southwest 737-700, Frontier A321, United CRJ-200
There is a reason I put this in the general discussion tab. I have a large following on YT and thought I should post something for people who know me from other platforms. As for the Swiss A333, yes that is melting snow on the aircraft, but I am always extremely careful with my models and thoroughly clean them after the shoot. I understand some people might not like how I take my shots, but I always take calculated risks when photographing model aircraft. I am one of the few people in the world to do these types of model photography, and I think it brings an interesting element to the hobby.
What made you become an airplane enthusiast?
Do you have a preference for specific models, or for specific airlines?
I have had an interest in aviation since I was around 7 years old in Pensacola, Florida where the airport had just opened a spotting park and the Naval Aviation Museum is there and I would visit it once every 6 months. I also went to one of the airshows in 2006. Ever since I have been hocked! My favorite fallen flag is Air Tran 😉 and my favorite current airline would have to be either Delta Air Lines or Southwest Airlines.
Thanks, man! What is this most wanted aircraft thing?
My pictured post was directed at figuring out how to welcome you aboard with your self-glorified title of "Who is Citrus Aviation?" Basically, you introduced yourself as an entity and not a person. Heck, you didn't even provide us with your first name. Come down to earth.
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I just watched your Massive Unboxing 3 YouTube video where you reveal two Dragon Wings models, your first, one of which you refer to as an 'Air Canada' A320. If you read the box for a second or the airline titles on the model, you'd see it is Canada 3000 which was a Canadian holiday and charter airline based in Toronto 1988-2001. Nothing to do with Air Canada.
The model itself is a very early, one of the first, Dragon Wings 400-scale models. For collectors who value accuracy and detail the model is worthless but if you are interested in how the diecast model airliner genre in 400 scale developed it has some relevance. https://database.diecastmodelaircraft.com/model/3350
I watch his videos to see how many times he says "That being said"
Gemini Jets 400 Scale....the company collectors love to hate but love to collect..
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Real tomato ketchup Eddie?
Nothing but the best! "I don't know why they call this stuff hamburger helper. It does just fine by itself, huh? I like it better than tuna helper myself, don't you, Clark?"
"you're the gourmet around here, Ed!"