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  1. It is a good technic to simulate dirt and oil streaks. With the same process, but then using a flat brush, you have to pull the splatches in the direction of the relative wind, works pretty well!
  2. Dobry den! Very easy to do, less easy to master! First make a very liquid wash with turpentine and black oil mixed with Burnt sierra. Take a medium brush, deep in the sauce then using your right hand finger, the one you like the best, pull back on the brush hair and give the plane a shower! If to much then whip with a turpentine wet tissue and do it again untill you are satisfied with the effects. Is that clear enough? Cheers.
  3. Once again thank to you all!
  4. Very Noice your excellency!
  5. Spasiba! excellent work on a great plane!
  6. Muchas gracias Ignacio! hasta luego.
  7. Thanks Rabbit leader, I have used Gunze brand, H-311 for the undersides, H-310 and H-320 for the brown and green. Cheers to down under.
  8. Hello folks! This is a P-400 from the 39th FS 35th FG based at 12 miles aerodrome in 42 during the heavy fights against the Tainan Kokutai and the "Bettys" from Rabaul. best regards.
  9. True indeed as it is the mount of Ilmari Juutilainen. There is a very good picture of that plane in those markings on page 8 of Suomen Ilmavoimien historia vol 21, by Kari Stenman. Cheers.
  10. Hi gents! This is an old diorama of mine, made for a collector. Best regards, jean.
  11. Very nice update of a very old kit! Cheers Russ!
  12. Danke Roman! Yes, it is a challenge I like to update old kits!