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Oriskany

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  1. Hello guys! This is my last work, a Takom M9 Armored Combat Earthmover in desert camouflage. I added PE set and lenses from Voyager, additional side armour, anti-skid coating and metal winch cable. Painted with Tamiya and Hobby Color, weathering with oils and AK products. As always, comments and suggestions for the future are welcome! Cheers
  2. Great work Silvano, as usual, you are doing a very masterpiece. This is a real example of high skill and confidence on own capabilities. I hope to see your model finished as soon as possible!
  3. As I said, this is an awesome kit, but requires careful work on the fuselage / wings junction, especially on the lower surface, where a small gap must be filled with AC glue or a thin strip of plasticard. I suggest you do a patience dry fitting job before gluing the parts together. Another delicate point is the separate front lower section (with front undercarriage and guns fairings), good dry fitting test are required also here. I love this kit, i have 8 of them
  4. Great choice, i'm building UTI version right now. The kit Is very accurate with nice details, but not so easy to put together I'll follow you
  5. thanks guys! I'm happy you like it
  6. Hi guys! This is my last work, a 1/72 M1A2 SEP Abrams from the amazing Flyhawk's kit. It's mainly OOB, except for th stowage items and scratchbuilt base. Cheers Oriskany
  7. So, i'm ready to use Alclad black primer to prepare a good base for matallic paints. After some tests, i decided to use Alclad White alluminium for entire surface and a mix of polished alluminium and airspeed alluminium to overpaint some panels, according with real Mukula pics. Oriskany
  8. Yes, F-47 with Italian markings are not very often represented by modellers. If this will be the choice, i'll start from Jugs over Germany Eduard's 1/48 edition (with a lot of resin and PE sets inside), with Tauro decals regarding 5th or 51st Stormo at the beginning of the fifties
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