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  1. 7 points
    Thanks Ced, seems OK but he has referred me for electrical measurements at the Queen Eliz, our brand new medical centre of brilliance We think I'm OK now though As I seem to be concentrating the Palouste here I've a quick progress report on the new moulds to cast from first resin into the tail-cover section and a fresh dose into the recce pack mould, that's the long little one in the foreground This is the complete unit Palouste mould having another go slightly blurry I accede, but... Here it is giving up of its bounty crude as heck but I am not planning competing with Pavla any time soon I am sorry these pictures are blurred but I am using my phone to take them and I find it can lose its way under that 'push the white button ON the screen' thing Well its out now, not bad methinks A little flash to swipe away, sorted Tail cone anyone? The greyish bit is the thickness of Tamiya tape and is designed to cut away once you get the cone on the bench If you try to mould an open hole you get a trapped lump of rubber that distorts the casting process Earlier on in the Buccaneer saga I scrounged some wheels for the Bucc which were shaped like the real things but needed a little alteration round the rims, I was lent/loaned/lended (Brummy patois) Bucc wheels, Gannet wheels and Sea Vixen ones which with a small amount of attention could be pressed into service The reddish mould contains the details for these wheels and when I get a drop or two to spare I pop out another few wheels, probably got enough by now Loan items will be returned home soon lads Here is the tail cone leaving its nest Over flow is sorta the way it is in my cheapskate world, I don't have careful measuring jigs, jugs and contraptions in my garage Anyway up, here is this afternoon's offerings on the bench, so to speak As you can see my main body mould failed due to trying too hard, I was trying to put some resin into the three little holes I left after doing the little wheels Result? Double failure, The little wheel things were too badly planned to get cast this way and because I tried to use the mix whilst casting the fore-body I short filled the main Palouste body Lesson learnt and whilst I type a new fore end is curing 'down there' in the garage Good things to come out of this? The jetpipe bend was perfectly executed and I had been worrying whether the slim recess would let the resin out Looks OK to me So the outcome, I cannot cast the skinny little wheel and flange arrangements using this kind of mould, James might have to make 204 sets, and the nose leg/wheel contraptions too. Still only 102 of them James Oh well back to the garage wish me...
  2. 6 points
    Having just bought the recent Airfix Meteor F.8, I figured I'd better build this one, which has been in my stash for years, or risk never doing it at all. It's pretty much OOB except for an Eduard PE set for properly sized seat and other cockpit details, and Eduard PE seat belts. Paints are all Model Master enamels. Decals are from the kit except for the starboard codes which I managed to wreck, so I generated them on my computer and a modeling buddy cut masks with his plotter/cutter. Cheers, Pip
  3. 6 points
    Evenin’ all! I'm Back from a week at a conference in Paris, plus a pleasant holiday in farthest Cornwall, which has relatively little aviation heritage (save a couple of gate guards at Culdrose, plus the fire dump at RNAS Predannack, which is another story) but on the flip side looks like this. it was time to crack on with detail painting on the Stranraer! I’ll let the photos speak for themselves. I'm almost done, apart from the dinghy on the starboard side of the aft compartment, which I'm still trying to work out the colours for. Having painted the pilot's, navigator's and wireless operator's seats, I finally stuck them in! The eagle-eyed might notice from the last shot that I've made a start on applying the windows. That's right, I've had to cut some parts of the sprue! I think the last time I did this was several months ago: dust needed shaking off. These have massive flanges around them, which I have been diligently sanding off, at least in the windows which one can see from inside. I'm not used to having to make fuselage windows look good from both sides! The good news is that they aren't very clear, so you will only be able to see detail where I have put it, i.e. where it's visible though holes. No sneaky peering at the blank aft section of the wireless operator's compartment for you! That's all for now, but I'll leave you with the exciting prospect that the Stranraer hull halves aren't far off being ready to stick together. It's only been eight months...
  4. 4 points
    A drunk man who smelled like booze sat down on a bench next to a priest.The man's tie was stained, his face was plastered with red lipstick, and a half-empty bottle of gin was sticking out of his torn coat pocket. He opened his newspaper and began reading. After a few minutes the man turned to the priest and asked,'Say Father, what causes arthritis?' The priest replies, 'My Son, it's caused by loose living, being with cheap, wicked women, too much alcohol, contempt for your fellow man, sleeping around with prostitutes and lack of a bath.' The drunk muttered in response, 'Well, I'll be damned,'then returned to his paper. The priest, thinking about what he had said, nudged the man and apologized. 'I'm very sorry. I didn't mean to come on so strong.How long have you had arthritis? The drunk answered, 'I don't have it, Father.I was just reading here that the Pope does. Simon.
  5. 4 points
    Thanks Giorgio, I might have to invest in some of that thin tape in the future! Plenty done over the weekend. Airframe painted and glossed, ready for decals. I added some random 'blobs' of lighter and darker paint to areas of the airframe. This will be the start of the weathering - these jets had a very heavily weathered appearance during the cruise. Colours are the usual Light Ghost Grey for the sides and lower surfaces, with Dark Ghost Grey for the uppers, both from Model Master. Will get the decals on in the morning. Dave
  6. 3 points
    Here is the completed model of the Barkley-Grow in its seaplane configuration. For the step-by-step building article please go to the WiP post: The kit presents only the basic shapes, you have to fabricate or provide everything else: cockpit, cabin, exterior details, decals, engines, etc. This one will surely help you develop those modeling skills! I used a set from Arctic Decals, which worked perfectly as usual. This is a nicely-shaped plane that has many possible finishing schemes, and can also be built on skis or wheels. It takes some time, but you can make a pleasant model from it. And you won't see this one around much, that's for sure!
  7. 3 points
    So calling this done. didn't turn out as well as i'd hoped but in a way i'm glad it's finished.. and next to the first kit i did after a few decades break...
  8. 3 points
    Only 4 days left to the Mosonmagyarovar Makett Show, and I'm still not ready.
  9. 2 points
    Fokker F28 to Seattle and the Museum of Flight at Boeing Field. Boeing 80
  10. 2 points
    Hmm yes, Im kinda anticipating learning from that myself In other more Buccaneer based news both wings are on and the humungeous gaps have been Massimoed with stuporgoo and filed flat Thin as possible join lines will be re-added later as will other rubbed off/out raised Frog panel lines Nextly, add two skinny triangular VGs into the gaps, plastic to suit the kit's own ones Its not all Air Power Blowing stuff round here tha knows
  11. 2 points
    Grumpiness purely temporary, thanks mate. [Unless people start banging on about bloody powder compacts again...] ;-)
  12. 2 points
    Thanks Ced Apparently not. Maybe it isn't a required skill for mould designers? Cheers K, thanks The tape trick is one of the many contributions I picked up from estimated BM members - in this case @Gene K Pretty effective, ain't it? Ciao
  13. 2 points
    I can't confirm the presence in photos of marks on top of the wing. I did add the regs and name under the wing as per photos. Any photos out there -of this very specific plane- showing marks on top of the wing? I do have the decals for the upper surface of the wing, but want to be sure. Thanks
  14. 2 points
    That was how I separated it in the first place. But now it needs to be filed to the right curve, which means file, test fit, repeat & fade.
  15. 2 points
    It wouldn't have carried the reccon pod being an FG.1. In the special scheme as 'Z' it seemed to mainly carry the gun pod, baggage pod, and a sidewinder acquisition round on the stb'd side and the ballast Sparrows in the fwd bays. Was also pictured with the three drop tanks.
  16. 2 points
    “Revell GmbH starts strengthened into future with new owner Revell GmbH (Germany) announces today that in a court hearing which took place on 13 April 2018 at the US court having jurisdiction in Delaware the sale of Revell GmbH has been confirmed in favor of a company of the international investment group Quantum Capital Partners (QCP) with its company seat in Munich (Germany) as sole shareholder. The sale happened in the course of Hobbico, Inc.‘s restructuring process under Chapter 11. Bünde, 16 April 2018 For Revell GmbH, which so far belonged to a company of the Hobbico, Inc. group in Champaign (USA) initiating a restructuring process under Chapter 11 of the US bankruptcy code at the turn of the year and announcing its plans to sell the group of companies, a lasting solution in terms of change of ownership emerged throughout this proceedings on 13 April 2018. New sole shareholder of Revell GmbH will be a company from the international investment group Quantum Capital Partners (QCP) in Munich. The operating business will not at all be impaired by this. German investor as new Revell owner The sale also includes key assets for the North America business, such as trademarks as well as the extensive tool bank being so important for the plastic model building segment. With the change of ownership Revell experiences a strengthening, as this involves an extension of the sales market and an even wider range of products. Worldwide business operated from Bünde The previous management in Bünde under the control of Stefan Krings will in future operate the worldwide business including North America. „Revell is very happy to have Quantum Capital Partners as strong partner, who will assist the company to reach its further international growth. At this point I like to also thank all trade and business partners for the confidence they have placed in us in the past weeks of interim period”, is the comment from Stefan Krings on this news. Steffen Görig, representative of QCP further explains: “Revell is a well-known and well- established company and it has shown impressively in the past how to found its position as successful toy brand. We will build on this strength and will further develop the Revell brand with its unique position as provider of model kits and toy manufacturer. We look forward to assist Stefan Krings and his team in that achievement and to realize the full growth potential of Revell.” Press release ends.
  17. 2 points
    You old romantic...if it's all the same to you I'll bring my Armstrong-Whitworth Canonette Mk 1....you can have a 50-meter running start, must give you a sporting chance. I couldn't possibly allow Martian to be in charge of proceedings, not after what happened at Telford, what with you and your camouflaged black bin-liner full of Belgian Beer...we're still paying for the damage! That's not one of mine, but it's rather nice, (looks to have a couple of oil leaks though). Thanks for pm'ing the sticker...it all makes sense now...(if that's at all possible in this asylum).
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    Hi everyone I've been in contact with Enzo and one of our previous sponsors back in the 2016 MTO GB Jadlam racing models, you will remember the huge donation of kits for prizes, Russ at Jadlam contacted me the other day with the experience of the GB being so good he wanted to get involved again in sponsoring GBs on britmodeller again. Speaking with what they would like to arrange here is a dedicated build GB on a certain kit. The example we used was the new 1/48 Tamiya BF 109 G6 but the purpose of this post is to look at different alternatives and potentially vote on which kit is built. What Russ and the Jadlam team wanted to do was see a model contest where everyone has a clean slate and modellers of all levels of skill are working on the same base kit, no aftermarket can be used but scratch building is permitted. Russ was very keen to get involved in the GB by doing a couple of things, the first being a special price for the kit we choose (potentially as low as trade plus post) and prize/s He would have to stock the kit in question, they stock Airfix, Revell, Italeri, Zvezda, Tamiya and cyber hobby Enzo and the admins have given special permission to include this in 2018 GB calendar should we get the minimum of 20 people taking part and dates are TBC What I would like to do now is get the names of everyone that would like to take part first and also members giving open ideas on which kit we use. OK, further updates to the GB, This will take place for six weeks from the 11th of August to the 22nd of September. As for rules, these are below. 1. The only kit that can be built is the Airfix P-51D in 1/72 scale in any of the boxings either re-issued or previous boxings (The newly tooled kit from 2012) 2. All aftermarket parts, decals and scratch build can be used, the purpose of the GB is to see how modellers of different skills can tackle the same kit. 3. Members that would like to take part can purchase the kit with a 10% discount from the Sponsor www.Jadlamracingmodels.com using the discount code A55107 https://www.jadlamracingmodels.com/airfix-a55107-mustang-p51-d-starter-size-1-72-aircraft-model-kit/ 4. More to follow updated list of members that put their names down (members with a "kit required" message next to their name means they require the kit and will grab theirs of Jadlam) 1. Thepureness (kit Required) 2. LostCosmonauts 3. Avereda (kit required) 4. Col 5. Black Knight (kit required) 6. Robert Stuart (kit Required) 7. Nimrod54 (kit required) 8. Ratch (kit required) 9 . Hockeyboy76 (kit required) 10. corsairfoxfouruncle 11. MarkSH (kit required) 12. Vvpelt (kit required) 13. Angus Tura (kit required) 14. Tempestmk5 15. arneic
  20. 1 point
    Picked one of these up on ebay for more that what I'd want to pay. Sadly, Kettenkrad kits seem to be few and far between and it was a bit of a struggle to get one. This should be a nice little project anyway. Exams are coming up, so larger projects that occupy undue desk space may not have much progress on them. You don't get either of the figures shown on the box art, but I was aware of this, and may use the later war German driver figure included. Started by constructing some of the vehicle's internals. So far, it's a typical Dragon kit, with a bit of flashing and some mould seams to clean up.
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    L-39ZA Albatros "Attack & Trainer" (48167) 1:48 Special Hobby The L-39 is a fast jet trainer that was designed and manufactured in Czechoslovakia (as was) as a direct replacement for the earlier L-29 Delfin. It has been a success in its roles, and has received a number of upgrades that have resulted in new designations, and since the dismantling of the Soviet Union, some have found their way into private hands throughout the west, and they are often seen at airshows. It first flew in 1971, and was hoped to become the standard trainer across the Union, and the in 1977 the ZA variant was flying, fitted with a cannon and four hard-points for mounting various weapons in the Light Attack role. With the Soviet Union gone, the orders began to dry up, and an updated L-159 was produced in partnership with Rockwell, using more up-to-date avionics. More recently, an L-39NG has begun development to begin deliveries of a thoroughly modern "Next Generation" of Albatros. The Kit This isn't a new tooling from Special Hobby, and was originally release before the new millennium under the MPM brand name. It has plastic parts, resin and Photo-Etch (PE) brass parts, so any shortcomings of the original moulds are replaced by these new parts. In the box you'll find just three sprues of mid-grey styrene, a separately bagged clear sprue, a bag of resin parts, and another bag containing two sheets of decals, a sheet of pre-printed clear acetate and a substantial sheet of PE. It's quite a complete package, and as someone that's wanted an L-39 for a while, it's a pleasing prospect to see it re-released. First impressions draw comparisons with the old Classic Airframes style of moulding, with quite highly polished flat areas, fine recessed panel lines and basic cockpit details in styrene, which as mentioned earlier are supplanted by some more up-to-date and handsome PE and resin parts. Construction begins with opening the instruction booklet that I forgot to mention, which is printed on glossy paper in A4 portrait form. The cockpit is first on the menu, with seats augmented by PE belts and ejection handles before being attached to the cockpit floor and hemmed in at the sides by side consoles, with rudder pedals and control columns in the usual places. The Instrument Panels can be built up as styrene only, or with the addition of a layered PE and acetate lamination, bringing more realism to the completed assembly, with the completed sections cemented to the cockpit sill part that encompasses the whole crew area. With the addition of the resin exhaust tube and pen-nib fairing to the rear (with engine detail at the end) the cockpit with separate rear bulkhead are then secured between the fuselage halves, and optionally for one of the decal options, you need to cut off the tip of the tail fin to the panel line marked on the accompanying scrap diagram, to be replaced by a new tip later on. The sill and instrument assembly is then dropped into the top of the cockpit aperture to complete that section. The lower wing is full-span, while the upper wings are separate, and have alternative actuator fairings for a number of the decal options, which are provided in resin to be fitted after removing the standard moulded-in ones. All the gear bay doors are depicted closed as if on the ground, with only small inserts visible for attaching the gear later, which would make an in-flight model very easy to achieve. The wings are mated to the fuselage at the same time as the two-part engine intakes, which terminate at the blank wall of the fuselage, but with some careful painting you can fool the eye that you're looking down a gradually darkening tunnel. The elevators fit with a tab and slot method, and a scrap diagram shows them perpendicular to the tail, so tape or blutak them in place while the glue is still wet. The clear parts include a pair of lights for the end of the integrated tip-tanks, and the canopy is supplied as a four-part arrangement for posing the canopy open, with some small PE parts added to increase realism. The windscreen and blast-shield between the seats are fixed, while the openers can be glued open or closed at your whim, or depending on how proud of the job you've made of the cockpit. A number of PE and styrene parts are added around the airframe, and the landing gear, which are built from styrene parts with attractive resin wheels are then installed in their sockets, with a captive door on the strut, which has made me scratch my head a bit, as it looks like the door etched into the wing. However after a little research, it seems the split door is to keep FOD out of the bay and folds inward when the captive door takes its place as it retracts. Two tiny PE doors are added to the nose gear wheel, which is built up in the same manner as the mains. A few optional PE and resin parts are then fitted depending on which decal option you have chosen, with captions assisting in your choice. Weapons always make a model look good, and with the Albatros it's no exception. The inner pylons have no pre-drilled holes in the wing, so you have to measure your own according to the instructions, and use the recesses for the outer pylons as a guide. The single barrelled SSh-23 cannon is supplied as a two-part fairing that installs behind the nose gear leg, and has some rather nice detail moulded-in, and you have a choice of some rather nice resin rocket pods and styrene fuel tanks to hang off the pylons. Markings There are seven decal options from the box, and three stencil layouts that are subject to their own pages in the booklet, so take care to use the right stencils. Decals are by Cartograf, which is a guarantee of good registration, sharpness and colour density, with a thin matt/gloss carrier film cut close to the printed areas. The colourful decals are found on the smaller sheet, while the larger one is filled with black stencils and other markings. From the box you can build one of the following: L-39ZA 2436 (232436) Czechoslovak Air Force 2 Squadron, 5 Fighter Regiment, 1980s L-39ZA 2436 (232436) Czechoslovak Air Force 222 Training Squadron, 22 Air Force Base, 2008-2013 L-39ZA 5107/NL-37 École Supérieure de L'air, Algerian Air Force, 1991-1995 L-39ZA 5107/NL-37 Algerian Air Force being repaired In the Czech Republic, April 1996 L-39ZA 5107/NL-37 École Supérieure de L'air, Algerian Air Force, 1996 L-39ZA 5119/208 Aero Factory Airfield, Czechoslovakia being test flown by Israeli pilots 1990 L-29ZA/ART Royal Thai Air Force (365504) in delivery livery 1994 There isn't as much choice of air forces as there first looks, but plenty of interesting colours, and of course the minty green of the ART scheme to tickle your fancy. Conclusion I for one am glad to see this kit on re-release. It's not a brand-new moulding, so take care during construction and exercise your modelling skills to produce an attractive model of the type. Highly recommended. Review sample courtesy of
  22. 1 point
    Now that's nice. A very tidy result and an extremely unusual subject. Good effort. Jon
  23. 1 point
    Hi Bill Some sweet work there. Hope your arm recovery goes well. All the best Chris
  24. 1 point
    Glad to hear you're on the mend, Bill I'm totally enjoying your resin perusals - kinda anticipating what is waiting foe me, when I tackle the engines in my A-10 build ... Ciao
  25. 1 point
    First post I've opened tonight on BM and totally blown away by this build! I've flown on a few but probably worked, or at least set foot on, nearly every BA 767 in my 24 years with the company, I changed fuel filters on NWZ prior to its first revenue flight, and NWF split my head open when the fan cowl hold open rod dropped down as the cowl was opened!. With the exception of the sadly departed 757, these beauties are without doubt favourites of mine, the aircraft carries off the company livery perfectly and is just a good looking jet, they're lovely to fly on as well. I'm not looking forward to the day when these no longer pass through Glasgow and are eventually never seen again, nothing else looks "just right". Your build is absolutely stunning, beautifully finished and captures the fine lines of the jet "just right". A tremendous nod to this great aeroplane and a great piece of modelling, can't say more than that. I've a Revell kit part built as a SAS aircraft and the Zvezda kit with decals for a BA bird..... which I'm now rather inspired to build. Fantastic, Rgds, Eng
  26. 1 point
    FWIW, although you didn't mention the brand, Alclad also does High Speed Silver (ALC 125). Alclad is almost always my choice for metallics.
  27. 1 point
    Starting to nitpick, because I'm looking for photo references - quite often spoils the fun, doesn't it? Not much material on F-BEFH but I found this, Complete with astrodome!! AIR FRANCE type face is just plain wrong, and the tailfin décor is Out. I can't see if the reg.letters on the sheet have a white outline as required, and the side flashes should taper to a point beneath the tailplane. Pffff ... shouldn't go looking, should I!?
  28. 1 point
    The drawing on the WM instruction sheet isn't to scale; however, There should be enough detail to do as you suggest. Then it will just be a case of tweeking each part until the window frames match the model. cheers Mike
  29. 1 point
    thanks all! yes it was a bit of work getting rid of the panel lines on the wings but it just feels right
  30. 1 point
    Hi Roger, Please do. All viewers welcome. Cheers, Alan.
  31. 1 point
    +1 recommendation for this suggestion. Most of the early tutorials are about triggering lights and sounds so there will be something you can coopt
  32. 1 point
    Well after a cracking weekend it's back to the Sabre. For a small model it has a lot of stencils!
  33. 1 point
    Excellent work all round Pete what a cracker of a kit it look's too.
  34. 1 point
    Looks good, I'm particularly impressed by that front. Personally, I haven't got onto doing a two-tone paint yet so can't add anything to that other than well done. I'd say 'ridge' is perfectly fine to use for that piece - certainly I can't think of a better term As for stripping paint, again I only have very limited experience. But from the little bit I have done, I've found that the best way was to soak in IPA for an hour or two, then rub down the softened paint with an old toothbrush, then soak again. Keep going until you have the paint off. I found when I soaked it for a while without brushing, it didn't strip any easier so I presume that the IPA can only penetrate the outside few microns on paint and doesn't get down to the base, hence why the toothbrush seemed to be a necessity,
  35. 1 point
    Well done Angelo, brilliant cockpit finish.
  36. 1 point
    That looks excellent, very nicely done and great detailing and paintwork.
  37. 1 point
    The Warpaint drawings aren't very good but might be a good starting point for the sections, you can find them here, http://aircraftdrawingsdownload.aircraftpaintingschemes.com/fairey_gannet_drawings.php The best scale plans of the anti-submarine Gannet by far are the ones that appear in the 4+ books, http://www.4pluspublications.com/en/bonus/023-fairey-gannet-as1-n-4-anti-submarine-and-strike-variants
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    Thanks Adey that’s more what I had in mind, i’m Sure I saw a profile for one based at Hooton Park, Wirral once but can’t find it now. It’s just up the road from me so has some local interest.
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    Good lord, I haven't seen that car since it was on the car show circuit. Oldsmobile had some insane designs over the decades didn't they. You gonna stay silver with the build? Much better looking car than the Aerotech III-
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    Hi all well my soldering is world famous for being abysmally poor so here is my best effort at the headlight bar. I've installed the engine and radiator also done the wheels with the large at the front and small at the rear. Loads of connections still to me made to the engine and got to figure out the exhaust system.
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    I'm no expert on Hinds but certainly pictures show Czech Mil-24Vs to have black cockpits, so sorry for the potential bum steer earlier. Actually the Czech (and some Polish) cockpits look almost Westernised compared to other Hinds so I wonder if they specified their own layout and colours http://www.flugzeug-bild.de/bild/Museen+und+Ausstellungen~Deutschland~ILA/67340/czech-air-force-mil-mi-24v-cockpit.html Your build is coming on very nicely there!
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    Fantastic work on that Botha so far, not an easy aeroplane to model especially with that lopsided nose glazing. As for an idea for a scheme what about 608 Squadron based at RAF Thornaby who flew Bothas on North Sea patrols ............... poor sods regards, adey
  45. 1 point
    Further to my earlier answer it is in the Osprey Air Combat book on the Lightning printed in 1984 and on page 146 shows XP706/BM of No11 Sqn at RAF Valley in 1982 fitted with two sidewinders drill rounds.
  46. 1 point
    Apologies , I was aware that the coolant bottle for the Sidewinder was contained within the launch rail but obviously seem to have misunderstood the cutaway drawing of the missile pack in Kev Darling's 'Lightning The Operational History' and his explanation that ' Cooling of both the seeker head and onboard electronics was carried out using nitrogen stored onboard the carrier aircraft'
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    While I wait for the replacement canon's to arrive (complete with a whole new kit ), I got down to applying the decals to the aircraft. These seemed great, nice and thin and settled into place easy enough. However, even with a good coat of gloss varnish there is a little silvering, that said it's really brought the Stuka to life. https://www.flickr.com/gp/149247612@N04/28m6Hz https://www.flickr.com/gp/149247612@N04/UnMkJ9
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    I have been having fun with these WW2 monoplanes but to be honest my real love are the biplanes of the WW1 era. I think after I finish this one I'll delve into an Airfix or Roden F.2b in post-war RAF service, either India or a training aircraft from the mid-1920s. Wings Palette has some nice profiles of these. I really miss all the rigging...really, I do!
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