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  1. Airfix Shackleton MR.2

    Beautiful, weathering is great!
  2. Thanks everyone for your kind words.
  3. Thank you guys, I am glad you like it.
  4. Hello, for my second topic today here is Airfix's well known Lancaster. Not much to add that previous builders did not say, except to repeat that it is wise to invest some time in dry-fitting especially main construction parts, you can get almost putty-free return. I would also advise having etched instrument panel, since Airfix provided instrument panel decal is very prominent. Eduard masks were used for protecting transparencies, and pilot harness was made from Tamiya tape. Inside color is Humbrol 78, and Gunze Dark Earth/Dark Green/Tire Black were used for main camouflage. Buffed Mr.Metallic Burnt Iron with a drop of Tamiya smoke was used for Bristol Hercules cooling rings. Finishing coats are Tamiya Clear before and after decals, MIG washes, and Gunze Satin finish. More pictures on: http://bmk.ipmssrbija.com/?p=6819
  5. Hello, this is my first post on Britmodeller, although been visiting for ages. Ryusei due to its long development never reached its intended role as carrier bomber. Very large plane with inverted gull wings is certainly interesting as modelling subject. Fujimi's kit is tipical mid-'80s, with subtle engraved details, but with very poor interior detail. I scratched some details in the cockpit and wheel wells and added Tamiya tape for seat harnesses. Gunze IJN Gray and Green paints were used, with chipping done with steel brush and kitchen scrubbing wire. Interesting results but a bit hard to control. Some more pictures: http://bmk.ipmssrbija.com/?p=6824