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Niknak

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About Niknak

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    Consett, co durham
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    Luftwaffe ww2 . Member of ipms uk

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  1. Eduard Fokker E.V

    Excellent work.
  2. Very nice. Well built and finished p-51.nik
  3. Very nice, well built and finished p-40, great work
  4. Rafale Tiger scheme

    Very nice rafale, nik
  5. My 2017 yearbook

    Excellent work,
  6. Very good work, brilliant bf 109 e trop.
  7. Cyber Hobby 1/32 Bf109E3

    Thanks Bruce, you should do whot I do act inocent. Nik
  8. Cyber Hobby 1/32 Bf109E3

    Very nice built and finished. What did you use for the grass on the base?. Nik
  9. Very nice Seafire, great work. nik
  10. Looking super, excellent work
  11. There are fine models.
  12. Hi, this is the eduard bf 109 e, as most bf 109 e's that went to the med arrived in European colours and were painted in theater using Italian colours. I have painted it in the following colours rlm 65. Giallo mimetico 4 and Verde mimetico 2. Added a Resin cockpit and wheels, and a quickboost prop.stretched sprue aerial. Rlm colours by extracolor Italian colours are colourcoats,exhaust stains are pastels, Comments welcome, thank you for looking nick
  13. Weathering a RLM 76 finish?

    I usually use a pencil for panel lines and ground up brown, black pastels and ground up 2b pencil lead for exhaust stains. Using a brush to apply the exhaust stains. By using a mix of the 3 you can vary the colour.
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