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runeha last won the day on November 30 2019

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  1. Wingnut Wings Fokker E.II Eindecker. This particular machine was flown by Ernst Udet, and belonged to KeK Habsheim in 1916. The model is painted using Tamiya and Vallejo colors. Best regards Rune, Norway
  2. Revells 1/72 Handley Page Halifax built as S-Sugar of 35. sqn. Shot down during an attack on Tirpitz over Norway. The aircraft force landed on Lake Hoklingen,and the crew survivied. All but one escaped to Sweden. The plane is now resting in Hendon museum. Read more here: http://www.archieraf.co.uk/archie/1048tls.html . Freightdog correction set for wheels, radiators and propellers used. The model was painted with Tamiya and Gunze colors. Best regards Rune Haugen
  3. Hi Guys. Here's my Leopard built OOB, and painted up in Norwegian colors. Hope you enjoy :) Best regards Rune Haugen
  4. Hi, here's my CV9030N as used by the Norwegian Army. The model was painted using Gunze H303. Weathering was applied using MIG-pigments, oil washes and streaking effects.
  5. Thanks guys. The silver is Vallejo Aluminium with Future over. Chrome is straght from the kit, only touched up with a Molotov marker. Gloss finish on the rest was achieved using 2K Diamond finish clear coat.
  6. Hi, here's my Tamiya Hayabusa. It was painted using decanted Tamiya spray cans. Hope u like :) Best regards Rune Haugen Norway
  7. Thanks. I believe the posters are war bond posters - and they have a woman on them. Probably good enough reason to slap them on your plane :)
  8. Hi, here's my Roden Nieuport 28C.1 in the colors worn by Eddie Rickenbackers machine. Not quite Wingnut-standard, but nonetheless enjoyable to build. The only downside were the decals which were brittle and otherwise horrible. Hope you enjoy And the ace himself:
  9. Thanks I colored the windshield using Tamiya Clear Blue thinned a bit with water. I used a brush when I applied it.
  10. Kit manufacture: Hasegawa Scale: 1/72 Type: F-4E Phantom II Extras used: Brassin missiles, bombs and bomb racks Paints and colours used: Hataka European One paint set Finished this old kit today. Raised panel lines were sanded down. Minimal weathering added, as this was a trip back to child hood. Built this about 30 years ago. Great fun Best regards Rune Norway
  11. 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
  12. 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
  13. 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
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