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docjojo

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  1. Hi guys, Thank's to all for your comments, very happy that you like it. For Johnny : yes it's some armour piercing rocket under the cokpit, just to punch some Uboot. After the launcher was installed in the bombs bay. For Mike: you are right, the Bullochs Liberator does not have the Leigh Light but i loved so much that i put it. For the paint sheme i use the MRP4 White of Mister Paint. https://mrpaint.sk/farby?product_id=53
  2. A very impressive work on this kit.
  3. Hi, Fan of English planes i could not miss the exit of the costal command Liberator by Eduard. Having time in the last few months so I went to the assembly, hope you like it. Cheers Joel
  4. Thank's a lot Guys For Mike, i use this kit of Airfix with some Xtradecals and Eduard photoetched. Unfortunaly i don't know any kit of hawk with the flaps extended in 72° scale. For the extended flaps i use resin parts from CMK, the flaps cut out on the model and a rectangle of plasticard. You can read the wip here (in french sorry): http://master194.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=107921
  5. Hi everybody, Here are the final pictures of this little Hawk Airfix. A simple kit to assemble but which requires some improvements if you want to detail to a minimum, Eduard is very useful at this level even if all the parts are not useful. The finishes are made with some oil paint stains and some watercolor pencils, I remain pretty soft anyway. See what the Revell kit will look like in comparison. Hope you like. Cheers Joel
  6. Hi Dago, I just used the Tamiya masking tape, but i painted the air inlets before gluing them, same thing with the fuselage. I had taken some landmarks before to see the boundaries. Joel
  7. Hi, So, here my last build model, a very nice kit, i just improve it with a Pavla resin cokpit and the GBU comes from the Brassin range by Eduard. I used too some Photoetched from an old set for an Hasegawa Harrier. The fans of the plane note that I made a big mistake by sticking a coin upside down. I'll let you find where...I hope you will like it anyway. Cheers Joel
  8. Hi everyone, Certainly the last kit of the year, this is my F-105G by Trumpeter. This kit can be a little uncomfortable to build because of the options offered that require closing all traps. I use the MRP paints for the SEA camo et decals from Wolfpack. Cheers et happy new year at all. Joel
  9. Thank's for the link Mike. I know this stunning site and i using it when i build my 106. When i choose the marking i hesitate with the famous cornfield Bomber but the nose-art of the 87° win the goal. joel
  10. Hi, This is the easy to build F106 Trumpeter. I use the MR Paint ADC Grey for painting and the marking comes from Xtradecals. The WIP (in french) can be found here: http://master194.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=104851 hope you like and every comments are welcome With his predecessor the F102 of Meng Cheers Joel
  11. Hi, For the Wheels bay i take the Yellow Green XF4 from Tamiya color acrylic paint.
  12. Hi, The decals comes from Freightdog models, Brits abroad, FSD72-002S.
  13. Hi, everyone Here's the build of P-47 Tamiya at the 72° scale. A very fun and easy build without difficulties, I chose an English marking of an OTU in Egypt in 1946. Hope you like it. Cheers Joel
  14. Wow, this is a very nive builds. Hope do the same with mine.
  15. A big thank you to everyone for your comments. Regards joel
  16. Mach 2 is always a huge challenge to build. And here it's done with great success
  17. Who, a very nice build for this resin kit, more than ever a fan of your builds
  18. Many thanks to all for your comments Hi Sandros, i use the AMK decals for this kit, only the numbers comes from Isradecal. The AMK's are great, with some microsol they put themselves in place without problem. regards Joel
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