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Peter Marshall

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Peter Marshall last won the day on July 11 2013

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About Peter Marshall

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    a victim of circumstances beyond my control
  • Birthday 03/17/1971

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    Bradford

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  1. Today's work - Decals on Then painting up the rockets - managed to lose one, so it's not going to be fully re-armed. Peter
  2. A Full on Masking morning - first the yellow leading edge stripes Then the id band followed by the invasion stripes Then unmasked - had a wierd one, where on the fuselage side had some of the paint lift, but not the topcoat, it was the primer lifting. Must have missed a spot when I wiped it with IPA before priming. Anyway repaired now. Peter
  3. Today's painting. First on with some marbling to break up the solid expanse of paint Then on with the Medium Sea Grey, Ocean Grey and Dark Green, followed by a clear coat. Clear coat now is because there's a lot of masking to go on next for the ID band and the D-Day Stripes ## Peter
  4. Today's tinkering First the gear doors, adding the PE plates Then the PE canopy slide and the gunsight mount The resin 4 bladed prop Masked off the canopy and wheel wells Then a coat of black primer over everything Peter
  5. More done today - first up added the inserts into the fuselage, added the PE, then closed up the fuselage, and rescribed a couple of the panel lines Then added the wing and the resin tailplanes. Needed a little filling on the underside, and a couple of thin plastic shims, but doing it this way around is easier to work around than fitting the insets after joining the fuselage. Peter
  6. Started over the long weekend - the Eduard rebox or the Hasegawa Typhoon 1B with lots of etch Work commences with replacing most of the plastic cockpit with Etch :-) Peter
  7. Well it's done now - Fitted the wheels and gear doors, weathered the wheels, and filtered the greens with some sepia oil. Better photo's to follow when it's not raining Peter
  8. Bit more done today - first added the exhaust covers and staining Then unmasked and polished the canopies, and built and fitted the resin props (which aren't great being honest ) Peter
  9. It's the Gunze Colours called out by Eduard but can't remember the numbers - the only difference is that I used the gloss version of the grey because I had that handy, and then just matted it down afterwards.
  10. A bit more done - first an oil wash Then streaks and satin coat Peter
  11. Today - decals Then on with the partial winter cammo Peter
  12. Today - Paint ! First preshade Then out with the Hataka Lacquer Paint set then on with the Paint, followed by a clear coat I'm not entirely convinced by the colours - they seem a little light, but we'll see Peter
  13. Today's work - first masked off everything and fitted the canopy Then a coat of primer over the top Peter
  14. after a couple of dry fittings some Tamiya extra thin on the sides of the fuselage to soften it, then it slotted in flush. Then ran some gator glue around to complete the process.
  15. Today's tinkering, got the wings and tail fitted and completed the cockpit and started masking off Peter
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