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antonio argudo

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About antonio argudo

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  1. Hi fozzy, thanks for the reply, if you are building a warbird then your choice is right, I have never seen a B17 G ww2 picture with the radio/navigator & bombardier room with green painted interior walls, do you have it? I'm curious, "Fuddy Duddy" looks amazing, great work as always mate! cheers
  2. Hi Fozzy, your work and dedication to replicate the B-17 is stunning, been following since the beginning! I'm also a big fan of the Flying fortress and however I think I have to advise you that in the "G" model the radio operator interior wall were left in bare metal and not painted in green , there is photographic proof of it , also happened with the bombardier and navigator (some olive padding parts), only the cockpit had some Dull dark green which looks a bit different than the one you are using...
  3. I really want this!!! any update or news?
  4. Thanks a lot Olivier, feel part of it as your amazing build got me hooked on this particular aircraft, hope to see you around the aircraft section when you finish Ford Mustang, cheers!
  5. Hola Sturmovik, no , I used the tamiya decals, I have the silver plastic edition kit which comes with "Hurry Home honey decals" but for the rest I used the eagles edition decals 357th cheers
  6. been working today on the prop blades and drop tanks, cheers
  7. back into the Mustang again, some progres, sorry for the crappy phone pics, will shoot good ones for the final reveal soon! cheers
  8. Good job John, I agree with Antii on the RLM 74, it has been represented wrongly by many paints brands and model producers or illustrators... it is on the grey blue tone as many relics show and not green! here some Hungarian pictures wartime and post wartime, keep the good cheers
  9. Congratulations, it is a lovely Mustang, I love the display with the figures also! my tip would be sanding down the wheels where touch the ground because it seems like it is slightly floating, specially the tail wheel cheers Antonio
  10. Hi Olivier, I think it will a good idea to share in other forums like Hyperscale. ARC discussion forums or even in Facebook modeling groups, everyone needs to enjoy your fantastic build my friend! cheers
  11. This has been one of the most interesting Mustang adventure to follow, I've learned so many new things on the way and I will miss it for sure, glad to have contribute to it, your dedication and effort has pay off, the result is simply stunning! Congratulations my friend Olivier! looking forward to your next build cheers
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