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Christer A

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  1. Christer A

    Curtiss Tomahawk IIB

    I agree wholeheartedly with this! Vallejo primer sprays very nice, but I haven't had any luck sanding it. Sometimes even when masking the top colors with Tamiya tape, the tape lifts the primer leaving bare plastic in its wake Today I use only UMP/Stynylrez primer but also casting a few glances at that bottle of Mission Models primer that I got. It's a nice little Tomahawk you have there though! Good luck with the top painting.
  2. Christer A

    airfix 1/24 hawker typhoon

    Ooooh, red-brown fuel tanks? I like that a lot! (I did the same) It looks delightful with all skin in place!
  3. Christer A

    333 Squadron Mosquito

    Ah, the dreaded sand, prime, check, fill, repeat-phase! I'm almost looking forward to it. You're doing great work on the radio sets! Fun fact, when commuting to work with Öresundståg, I almost always end up in seat 333
  4. That Lego-model is something extra! Great stuff!
  5. And mighty fine it looks too! It's a bit of a letdown that Academy left out the little pitot in the intakes though.
  6. Christer A

    Hasegawa 1/48 Hawker Typhoon - Car Door

    That underside looks intriguing though! I hope it will show some of it after the next pass.
  7. Hey CC, you actually finished not just one, but TWO kits?!? Now you're turning up the heat on me... A very nice pair of Seafires you have there, or perhaps more properly a quartet! Blue rockets and the Sky extra fueltanks were a novel approach that turned out quite well.
  8. Christer A

    The Specialist GB - 16Mar - 7Jul

    I'm thinking of joining in here with a F-100F, Wild Weasel I. That should fit nicely I hope!
  9. A big Tasty Tiffy? What's not to like? Cockpit looks fine, especially with a Pilot in it. If you're going for a closed engine, makes sure to follow the correct set of instructions. There are a lot of pipes that you won't need.
  10. Christer A

    Sea Vixen FAW.2 - Airfix 1/48

    Wow! Absolutely stunning!
  11. Christer A

    Su-35 Flanker E 1/48

    The weathering job displayed here is really amazing!
  12. Christer A

    The first HK Lancaster WIP?

    HGW belts? You're a brave man, Mike! Really liking this build so far!
  13. Christer A

    1/48 Focke Wulf Fw-190 Anton

    A terrific comparison build! I'll tag along, taking lots and lots of notes a long the way. Very nice job with those chutes.
  14. Thanks Seahawk. I totalt agree that Airfix designers are more clever than what their usual bunch of suppliers can handle. One drawback of outsourcing production...
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