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Phil Podmore

P-51b Tamiya

The photo of this plane in the field shows her to be a weatherbeaten 'well used' model, and I tried to show that in the scratching of the OD.

My photography lets me down though!

As this is my first model for 20 years any advice is welcomed!

I hope you like her - P-51B 43-6928 YFI Ole II, 358th FS 355th FG








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Doesn't look like you've lost your touch - looks good. :D


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Love that chipped wear, what technique did you use ?

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Nothing wrong with that, it's lovely.

Obi-Jiff :fish:

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