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runeha

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  1. Hi! Here's my latest model. It's Trumpeters Wellington in 72nd scale. The model depicts a machine used by 37. Sqn during the Norwegian campaign in April 1940. A lot of aftermarket was used. Eduard photoetch and several Quickboost resin items. The model is finished in Gunze and Tamiya paints. Hope you enjoy. Any comments apppreciated Best regards Rune Norway
  2. Thanks I used Flory Models Dark Dirt wash via airbrush for the exhaust stains. It's easy to wipe away if you apply to much. Best regards Rune
  3. Hi! Here's my latest model. It's the rather old Revell/Monogram Ju 88. A decent kit, but it has some fit issues. I've painted the model with Tamiya and Gunze colors. This particular machine belonged to 1./KG 30, and was flown by Werner Baumbach in Norway 1942. Any comments appeciated Best regards Rune Norway
  4. Hi and thanks:) It's Revell's 1/32nd kit.
  5. Hi, here's my Heinkel 162. A fun and easy kit to build. Hope you like it Best regards Rune Norway
  6. Hi! Here's my first for 2017. The new Airfix kit was a joy to build. I modified the pilot in the kit to a more natural pose. The prop blur was simulated by brushing pastel on the spinner. The model was painted using Vallejo Air colors. Hope you enjoy. Any comments appreciated Best regards Rune
  7. Hi, the spiral is provided as a decal in the kit, so I used that.
  8. Hi! Just finished this one. Excellent kit and a joy to build Kit manufacture: Hasegawa 09856 Scale: 1/48 Type: Focke-Wulf 190F-8 Extras used: Eduard seat belts Paints and colours used: Gunze RLM colors Best regards Rune Norway
  9. Thanks! You're quite right - 1945 is the correct year. Edited now
  10. Hi! I've just finished Airfix' Beaufighter as a machine belonging to 404 sqn. This particular machine was flown by the Sqn. Leader on "Black Friday" - 9th february 1945. The model is painted using Xtracrylix and Vallejo colors. Weathering is Flory wash and pigments. Regards Rune Haugen Norway
  11. I agree that not 2 Jerry cans ever looked the same. I'll see if I can alter the color with som wash and chipping Thanks for the feedback
  12. Thanks What color should the jerry can be painted in?
  13. Thanks Yup, the camo is resin.
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