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Jurek Greinert

DH.112 VENOM FB.4 - CA 1/48

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OOB Classic Airframes 1/48 with vacu canopy

Camo - Akrotiri base Cyprus - 1956 op. Musketeer

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Top work, looks great

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Wow, very nicely done! Outstanding paint work.

 

Cheers,

Bill

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superbly executed model, don't see this type very often.

Always wondered why it has been so forgotten, as it was one the first jets, Airfix 1/24 kit would be nice and expected, considering its Historical importance, if WW2 had gone onto 46, would have helped win 🏆 the war, and first jet to land on carrier, I know my text is on about the vampire, but very closely related.😊

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That's a really well executed model, the assembly and finishing are top class. It is a difficult kit to get right, ask me how I know, and you have!

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Beautiful finish!

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Love it - looks top notch. Great to see a Venom - seldom enough.

 

Which colors did you use?

 

Cheers,

Michael

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18 minutes ago, WildeSau75 said:

Which colors did you use?

 

Cheers,

Michael

DG - Gunze H73/H303

DSG - tamiya xf54/gunze 331

this two  colors overlapped and shaded

PRU blue - xtracolor X8

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Now that's just beautiful. Very well modelled and displayed. The Suez stripes certainly lift it just enough to stand out from the crowd. 

 

Adding to the previous comments - why hasn't a well known manufacturer picked this subject as one of its new tools as yet? Even the  non-mainstream market seem to have dodged this aircraft. 

 

To quote a famous movie - "Build it and they will come".. 

 

Cheers.. Dave

 

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I really like that. Great building, painting and photography. I can't believe how clear that canopy looks either, looks like it really is glass.

 

Pete

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That looks really good.  A thoroughly clean build.  I like the soft but not too soft demarcation between the green and gray in the upper surface camouflage,

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Always nice to see something less than ordinary, always adds to the conversation. Congratulations.

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45 minutes ago, toniosky said:

Any reason why you used a vacu canopy ?

Typical reason:

Kit glass isn't satisfactory transparent, it is thick and ejection seat doesn't fit in close position

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Beautiful build,

40's/50's aircraft are just so much prettier than their modern counterparts.

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Beautiful work,the paintwork is really outstanding:worthy:

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That's a cracking Venom!! I reckon masking those stripes must have been fun....:nah:  Very neat and tidy paintwork! Wouldn't it be nice if Airfix did one of these in 48th? We can dream!

 

Chris

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2 hours ago, John_W said:

Beautiful build,

40's/50's aircraft are just so much prettier than their modern counterparts.

Venom and Vixen are my favourite

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13 hours ago, Jurek Greinert said:

Typical reason:

Kit glass isn't satisfactory transparent, it is thick and ejection seat doesn't fit in close position

 

Thanks. Good reason indeed. Just asking because I got this model as my next project ;)

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Simply stunning:penguin: .In my opinion,the best Venom i've seen.Too bad it's rare,otherwise a very popular build among modellers.:rage:

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