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Ex-FAAWAFU

A Quick One or Two for Father Christmas - comparing Bulldogs

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Just in case you thought I was joking...

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P.S. I know they always advise spraying red on top of white primer, but boy does it make a big difference!

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6 hours ago, Ex-FAAWAFU said:

So Keith, you can approach the Heritage version with confidence.   Perhaps these two shots will convince you that the nose difference is marginal:

 

Thanks Crisp, yes I'd probably not notice anything amiss after it's built. And tbh, I have no worries about the nose weight as I very rarely use any - all my finished models are stuck to bases!

 

Cheers 

Keith

 

PS - spot on about my instructor's shout prior to start up!

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Looking superb. They are right what they say about red on top of white primer.

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A little bleeding, but nothing awful; pretty happy.

 

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They are looking very nice indeed......

 

Great work painting .......I know it is not too easy to get lines against a white background done on a 1/48 bulldog...........went thru that some years back.............

 

Hope to see them done up soon

 

Rgds

 

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This looks easier than trying to

mask up & spray the Airfix 1/72nd Bulldog.

I may have said rude words at the time.

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