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About mprimdj

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  1. I'm starting a new build, 1/32 Revell EC135 Flying Bulls, it's seems this kit is a little weak, lots of flashing, ejection in marks, but with some work and mods it might become neat. Enjoy, hope you like it. Scratch instruments panel Base plate with some minor modifications, grids on the exhaust panels
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    greetings folks, after the decals applied over Hataka paint on my Alpha-Jet, and AK Matt Varnish, i noticed a little bit of silvering is still there, how do i get rid of it? thanks in advance
  3. Greetings, it's still in progress. Meanwhile i've been building some other kits... Thank you
  4. Panel shortened, check. Rivets engraved, check. Paint, check. Now it's time to wait for a few hours to buff the paint
  5. It's never too late for some minor updates and corrections: Because the actual panel on Portuguese T'6s is squared: Ailerons will be lowered:
  6. Tryed to creat the color modulation on the wings panels with AK True Metal (really nice paints) on top of Humbrol 27001, but with no success, the result sucks. Now i'll try to paint the same panel with Alclad II Chrome but with no base paint. Also tryed to correct the excess of stress created on the aircraft's nose with Vallejo black over the 6 months old tamiya black. now i have mask that panel again to paint it again.
  7. Good morning everyone. About the fabric covered rudders and elevator, i made the question to an old portuguese t-6 pilot, and he told me the fabric was impregnated and the base paint was aluminum with a yellow coat. And, he also thinks the chipping is ok.
  8. i see, i'll do some research about the portuguese T-6, if they were covered with fabric. thanks