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ArmouredSprue

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About ArmouredSprue

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  • Birthday 11/05/1968

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    Adelaide - South Australia
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    Military aircraft 1/72 and Military vehicles and tanks 1/35.

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  1. Not my preferred scale, however your model is outstanding. Very well done. The weathering is absolutely spot on. Congrats mate
  2. Top notch model mate. I have one in my stash and I'll be using yours as reference. Thanks for sharing it.
  3. Very good effort. You're on the right path since you already know what do you need to improve. I particularly hate Vallejo paints to spray, for me they are useless (but I know people that are comfortable airbrushing them). I like them for brush painting only and they are very good on this. I would suggest you using Tamiya or Gunze acrylics instead. I use 1 paint to 2 thinner (x20A) for Tamiya and the same for Gunze. This will probably solve your problem of ORANGE PEEL like paint surface. In regards to masking canopy, it's my Achilles heel as well, What I normally do is, instead of trying draw a border with a pencil and than cut the masking tape, I do cut a few 1 to 2mm stripes of masking tape and cut again in small pieces sometimes cutting it at an angle and than start masking the canopy by the edges like a quilt until all the canopy is masked, the photo below from one of my models will give you an idea: Cheers
  4. Stunning model as usual. I really like the weathering in overall
  5. Good job! I've built the same kit while ago and I also did fix the blisters and I did scratch built an interior for it. In the end is a presentable kit: If you want to see how mine turned out, please follow this link: https://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/234967879-wip-airfix-a02029-me109g-6-finnish-air-force-172/ Cheers
  6. Great work mate. I'm wondering what would be the best option for an F-14 (any models) in 1/72 since the Hasegawa is showing it's age?
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