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docjojo

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  1. Hi, I use a wash of oil paint paynes gray initially then with a few touches of yellow and green deep oil paint too.
  2. Hi, Here are some pictures of my latest finished model, This is the beautiful model by Eduard, very easy to build. The WIP is here: http://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/234971076-f6f-5n-hellcat-72-eduard/ All comments are welcome Joel
  3. Hi, Here is the beginning of the patina of my Hellcat. I used gray oil paintings for General juice. Traces of exhausts are made with a mixture of brown / black and very diluted beige. All repeated several times until the right result. By
  4. Hi, Here is the following of my FAA nigth Hellcat. Ready to paint at first I started with a dark blue of H55 gunze paint passage then followed by some small touches of medium blue H56 and brown XF10 Tam. Not easy to make these visible shades pictures By Joel
  5. Hi, Verily this model fits well and quickly. Stay tuned for painting
  6. Hi, This time I start. I'll try to make a WIP of my last build, I hope that it will go well with my English ... So there two weeks I visit the superb FAA Museum at Yeovilton and so I had vied to build a plane of naval aviation. My choice fell on a box of the F6F-5N Eduard at 72° with British marking. The box The cockpit and fuselage sides who first received a coat of interior green H58 gunze buffered with dark gray Tam, juice of smoke and matt varnish to finish. The rest being provided by Eduard photoetched. You just have to extend to the radar, nothing nasty a piece of plastic tube. And while you play with the aero engine was mounted as
  7. Hi patrick, Three very nice Cobra, it makes me really want to build my own. A+
  8. Hi, So here is my last model built. It builds very easily and can quickly blow past painting. The building is located in French here: http://www.master194.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=84594 unfortunately my English is too bad to write a whole post mounting Hope you like and all comments are welcome.
  9. Hi, So here are my lastest models. Since I could not choose the decorations I finally build both. If you see any errors or omissions please leave a comment.
  10. Very very nice build, can't believe it's 1/72
  11. A rally nice work on this Tomcat, i like in the wolfpack color. Great model.
  12. Salut, Effectivement je poste aussi mes montages ici, je me suis inscrit car j'avais des questions à poser sur le montage d'un F86 Sabre Anglais il y à quelques années. En plus il y à vraiment de superbes montages à regarder. Pas de WIP par contre car mon niveau en Anglais est vraiment trop mauvais. A+
  13. Hi, Here is my last plastic model built. . Just a mounting for the sake of sticking plastic and have a airbrush stroke. I just replaced the cockpit italeri very ugly by falling photoetched parts and a resin seat. See you for the next one.
  14. Thank you for the comments, For the pitts pens you can found at the end of this link, two photos before/after and the result obtained(sorry is in french) http://www.master194.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=74951&start=125 I draw a little line I then wiped off with my finger. Suddenly it made ​​little trails. You can see for example in machine guns on my build. I hope to make me understand Joel
  15. Hi, This is my last completed model, it's the very simple but beautiful kit of the Spitfire MkII by Airfix: And the final photos: Stay tuned for the next which will also English roundels All comments are welcome Joel
  16. Thank you for your comments I'll try to explain what I think of the two models with my little English levels and google translation, I hope that I'll be able to make myself understood The resin model is clearly much easier to build. AZ model had to different size fuselages which requires large sanding making disappear the panel lines especially on the underside. But the biggest flaw in my eyes is the junction of the wings to the fuselage that does not meet all the dihedral feature of this plane. But I still think with hard work it must be able to mount.
  17. Hi, My new build, a Supermarine Attacker in resin by CMR. Not so bad to build, in any case easier than the AZ Model for me. Paint with Gunze Sky and Extra Dark Sea grey. By Docjojo
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