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Kuro Nezumi

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About Kuro Nezumi

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  • Birthday 26/12/1994

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  1. Kuro Nezumi

    WW1 Paris "Marne" Taxi from ICM

    I'll be picking one of those up when it's released. Love cars/automobiles up to the WW1.
  2. Kuro Nezumi

    New 1/72nd Airfix Vickers Wellington Mk 1C

    Simply awesome! Great work!
  3. Kuro Nezumi

    1/48 Pfalz D.III

    Very elegant! Well done!
  4. Kuro Nezumi

    1/72 Academy IL-2 Sturmovik

    Brilliant finish! Well done!
  5. Thank you, gentlemen! I wondered why it looked odd. I'll remember that for next time; I plan on getting the Mikromir kit at some point along with their other early subs.
  6. Good afternoon. I present to you my build of Combrig's re-boxing of U-Boat Laboratorium's UB I type coastal submarine in 1/350, painted as UB-2 (though the plaque says UB 1). From the kit's instruction sheet: "UB-2 entered service on February 18, 1915 and was attached to training Kurland flotilla. An experienced sailor oberleutnant-zur-see Werner Furbringer, future high-scoring U-boot commander and 'Blue Max' winner, became her first captain. "Having successfully completed training UB-2 passed to Flandria to a first line unit. Sincethe beginning of May 1915 up to the end of December 1916 she completed 40 combat cruises and sunk 11 vessels. In January 1917 the submarine transferred to a training flotilla and served there until the end of the war." My first resin ship kit, and was very simple to build; she's barely 3 inches long! The hull was a single piece with the other parts being the rubber assembly, rigging, railing and various other parts. And I lost the propeller. I scratch-built the masts from brass rod and some of the rigging wires with nickel wire. I used Mig Ammo Medium Grey and Citadel Abaddon Black for the paint scheme, and a Copic liner for the face. Weathering was done with an oil paint dot streaking method and Mig Ammo's Rust Oilbrusher. Enjoy!
  7. Kuro Nezumi

    Spitfire Mk.IXE 1/72 Eduard

    An incredible level of detail! Great work!
  8. A really fine model! Well done!
  9. Kuro Nezumi

    Dornier Do 17Z-3 1/72 ICM

    Superb model! Great work!
  10. Kuro Nezumi

    Meng Whippet Tank

    Great build! Well done!
  11. Superb! Truly superb! Well done!
  12. Kuro Nezumi

    Wingnut Wings announcement

    WNW has yet to do a DH-4. I'd like to see them do a Lloyd C.V as the bare wood finish would be great in 1/32. Though knowing WNW, whatever they bring out it won't be anything that we predict or hope for.
  13. Kuro Nezumi

    Lanchester Armoured Car

    One of your finest yet, Andy! Very inspiring! I've one on its way from CSM; looking forward to building it!
  14. Beautiful finish! Well done!
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