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Knaupel

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About Knaupel

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  1. Hi Guys, I would like to introduce my Great Wall Hobby P-61A. The kit is some kind of Mr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde... Some parts are great, some parts are not. You have to take your time when assembling, it´s ab bit tricky closing the fuselage. You can see my attempt doing this kit here: pk76scalemodeling.blogspot.com Please let me know your thoughts about my built. Cheers Peter
  2. Installed the landing gear this evening. You only need a little pressure and it's slipping in.
  3. Yepp... good question... This is something I will sort out tomorrow evening..... I´ll keep you posted..... Thank you! Great to hear you like it
  4. I am still working on it Hope to finish mine next week. Cheers Peter
  5. Closing the fuselage parts will be tricky - take your time! I really like your progress so far and will follow with interest. Peter
  6. Hi, I am doing currently also a GWH Black Widow. Be careful when closing the fuselage. You can see mine here: https://pk76scalemodeling.blogspot.com/2019/05/p-61a-virgin-widow-great-wall-hobby-148.html Cheers Peter P.S: It´s written in German, but I have a translation available
  7. Hello, built oob. Painted with Revell Auqa Color. cheers Peter
  8. I started painting the MIG, but have not jet decided which color scheme this bird will have. The dashboard looked nice after a coat of matt black. I was very happy with the result . Trumpeter made a nice gunsight, but I wanted to have a more detailed version. Evergreen made it easy to realize this part. The new gunsight was also painted in black, still have to add the glas and some wiring I painted the cockpit parts with a mid grey. First I have used the Russian blue/gray/whatever color but André told me, that I was wrong with my first choice. I added shadows and some lights with the airbrush to main cockpit parts. Tamiya tape is always a good choice for masking. After all that airbrush work I used a brush for a light, decent drybrushing with a light grey. Next stepp was adding a washing. To achive a matt fisnish it is importend to reduce the oil in the oil color. A cardboard is the perfect tool for that. Place the oil color on it and wait 24 hours. The cardboard has pulled the oil out of the paint, perfect for a matt washing. Before adding the wash. After washing, the parts have more depth and the details are highlighted. The finished dashboard. A coat of clear was used to simulate glas on the instruments Right panel still needs some deatils to be painted Left side, ready for installation Test before adding the cockpit into the fusselage Trumpeter MIG-3. late Version - The kit Trumpeter MIG-3, late Version Part I Thanks for looking. Happy modelling Pete
  9. Hi all, this is my new project. In my opinion it is a nice kit with good details. Maybe not 100% correct, but still good. You can have a closer look at the kit and some information about the real fighter in our "New kits in the cave"-Site. I decided to build this one out of the box. Only adding things I have like left over PE or bits found in my household. Starting the kit I started thinning the plastic in every opening or intake, Here is the already reworked part Looks much better than before, right? A lot of holes can be found and the kit will win with that work The new look is much better and compares to the real one. After thinning down I used liquid clue to smooth the parts. The seat The seat is lacking any kind of seat belts I made the harness with tin foil and leftover PE´s Wing air inlets A mesh was added to the intake, after.... opening the holes The control stick The control stick ready for installation, note to myself: Remove the cat hair Original part is missing the fire button in the middle. Added some wiring. The dashboard The dashboard like Trumpeter designed it 0,3mm wire was use for the bezzel ring Much better and will look nice, once painted. The main cockpit Added some details to the aerial. Don´t know the real part, I wanted to make it look busy. The cockpit bottom, added the foot rest to the pedals Main Cockpit parts ready for paint. Hope you will follow my work here. Happy Modelling Pete
  10. Hi all, this is my P-51/D "Mustang" I always wanted to add this bird to my collection. I was looking for an unusually "stang" and found this "blue nose". Parts used for this model: Hasegawa P-51D True Details Cockpit Aires Wheel Bay Ultracast Porpeller Ultracast exhaust stacks Ultracast landing flaps If you want to see the built steps, please visit "Work in Progress" After all I have to say, the Hasegawa Kit is still a great kit but needs some help with the details Thanks for watching! Pete https://abload.de/img/20171111_174822z3ret.jpg
  11. Started building the Cockpit. I used Quickboost seats cause of the great details they provide. Aires aftermarket cockpit would be a great choice, but I didn´t manage to get one. The Hobby Boss details ar not that bad, so I used the kits office..... A few weeks later the Hornet was done. I had some fit issues and in my opinion it is not a beginners kit. I used Revell Aqua Color for painting. For the red outlines on the landing gear doors I use a red Edding pen. Well... worked nice but I will use brush and paint the next time. The weathering was also done with colored pencils. Worked very nice and I will use them again. Thanks for watching. Pete
  12. Hi, really lovely work! A friend of mine made so pictures of the Beluga: The pictures were taken in Manching. Pete
  13. Hi all, A good friend made some incredible pictures from German Aircrafts in Neuburg and Manching. Neuburg is the home of JG-74 and Manching is the place German Eurofighter Typhoon are build http://petesmancave.blogspot.de/2017/06/petes-mancave-news-62017.html Have fun with the pictures. Cheers! Pete
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