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pierre Giustiniani

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  1. Thank you Stuart Done some modifications. Cheers Pierre
  2. Hi A tiny tiny model from five star model. Very funny and agreeable to build. have a nice day Pierre
  3. Thank you fellows modelers ! for the paint i have used gunze olive drab, dark sea grey and light grey weathered with oil paint. Cheers pierre
  4. Superbe boulot Manu ! Camouflage au top ! great job Manu ! Great paint job for the camo ! amicalement Pierre
  5. Exactly the kind of paint job that i like !! Congrats ! Beautiful model ! Pierre
  6. Hi She flew in Italy in April 45. New Eduard's mustang is really a good model. From Royal Class box (Marking M) but done with "Firewall scheme" and ANA colors (Gunze). Cheers Pierre
  7. Thanks a lot Last picture of the model...A vintage one Cheers Pierre
  8. Really splendid ! a master piece !! cheers pierre
  9. Thanks a lot Blue of the rudder has been faded; More close to the blue of the roundels (those are maybe a little bit too light). Nacelle contours seem to be good, but the hatches were not. i don't know why Airfix represent them in "negative" and in the wrong position. Same for wing's hatches. Resolved with Archer hatches. Cowling flaps were modified also. On the early Mk.1 no air intake on the top of the nacelle. Cheers Pierre
  10. Thank you Gentlemen The scheme is quite unusual in bare metal. it comes from the excellent book of Aleksandar Ognievic "Bristol Blenheim The Yugoslav story". I was quite disappointed with this kit: the conception is great but the production is quite poor (parts bended, flaws on root wings,..). It seems to be product in hurry. A warning: don't use all the parts of Eduard's interior photo-etched fret: if so you can't close the fuselage. It's also better to glue half canopy to half fuselage before inserting cockpit. Cheers Pierre
  11. Thx kit was riveting. Hatches of motor and wings erased and replaced, cowlings flaps modified. One glass of the canopy should not be opaque. for metal painting: undercoat of TS30 and rub’n buff cheers pierre
  12. Hi all She was delivered in bare metal dress by England to Yugoslavia. The kit is really complex for the integration of photo etched flaps and it was hard to achieve a decent result. Cheers Pierre
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