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Lanmi

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  1. Great work. I like how you managed to achieve such realistic paintwork. It is mottled, scratched faded very convincing. Did you yous hairspray technique or scratching fluids?
  2. Thank you, for the water I used Vallejo Pacific ocean acrylic effect. For the waves I used Vallejo Foam effect.
  3. Although it is not my sphere of modelling interest, I will follow this build. As a kid, I was visiting my grandad in UK at the time Desert Storm started and we watched SKY news live coverage of the attacks, pink Tornados were very frequent on the screen. Great work so far guys keep us posted.
  4. Thank you guys, I appreciate your feedback. I still have two more carriers in my stash one is Fujimi Akagi and second is Tamiya's Zuikaku.
  5. Beautifully done, like nice contrast between red, green and NMF. Nicely faded antiglare and D-day striped surfaces. As always, great photos.
  6. This is my first excursion into ship building since my primary school days. Built OOB just to see if I would be interested in it. I used decals to represent wood decking For the base I used styrodur base, watercolour paper and vallejo pacific ocean acrylic and vallejo water foam. I like to look to model ships but I am reluctant to use those big PE sets.
  7. Fantastic, I loved how you painted it, just enough details to significantly improve the old kit. Great work. I have old Airfix RAF R.E.8 i would like to rebuild, this I will use as a reference.
  8. This is my representation of Heinkel He-100 carrying false propaganda markings of a fictive He-113 during Battle of Britain. Special Hobby 1/72. Typical short run kit, nice surface details, but not many problems with fitting. Kit includes miniature etched fret with seatbelts, instrument panel and wheel covers. Very interested plane, such nice lines, had innovative pressure cooling system which include surface of the wing leading edge to cool liquid, aerodynamically effective, but venerable.
  9. Finished this kit few months ago, but only recently decided to take photos. It represents Fujimi 1/72 Japanese Imperial Army’s Nakajima Ki-43 I Hayabusa, 1942 Burma, Major Tateo Kato machine. Gunze colors, used etched wheel covers, engine grill, instrument panel and seatbelts.
  10. Great work. I love the how you painted it, especially camo on fuselage sides. Is it freehand all the way?
  11. Thnak you @Mig88 @gazza l @Remus389 @Alpha Delta 210 @TheOxley @Bobby No Mac @Sky Keg regarding the greenhouse it was easy using Eduard masks, Glad you like it.
  12. I like the finish, I think you achieved the weathering look, loved it.
  13. Thank you IanC, I think you are right, I should have put pigments. Thank you a lot @Bertie Psmith @HansReggelsen @Wulfman @FatFlyHalf @Col Walter E Kurtz @RainierHooker @Greg Law
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