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toniosky

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  1. The amount of work spent on correcting and detailing is truly impressive. The painting is also very nice. I would have gone nuts with duplicating all these seats in the cargo How did you do the cargo floor ? It looks like you made your own PE. Antoine
  2. Very nice build and pictures. I don't think I would have spotted the decal issue if you didn't mention it
  3. Thank you guys - much appreciated
  4. Malcom, Indeed, I riveted the model. I used the work of a Japanse guy as a reference : http://soyuyo.main.jp/p40b/p40be-1.htm , and I invite fans of the type to have a look at this link, it's pretty awesome !
  5. Thank you all for your nice comments. It's true that the fitting of nose area could be better. There is also a small gap between the two parts of the spinner that looked a bit off to me, but nothing challenging to fix though.
  6. Thank you for your nice comments Mark, I am glad you like it. I used Gunze H302, H72 and H62 as recommended by Aeromaster and a bunch of other modellers.
  7. Hi, My latest model is the very nice kit from Airfix which is quite enjoyable to build. There are some panel lines that need to be filled in and a few things to be fixed here and there, but nothing major. This is a the aircraft of David Lee "Tex" HILL of the AVG for which the decals were sourced from a vintage Aeromaster sheet. Exhaust pipes are from QB. Pitot, gunsight and barrels from Master. Now that it is done, I must confess that I find the wheels ugly and that they would benefit from being replaced. All comments are appreciated. Thanks for looking Antoine
  8. Absolutely gorgeous ! How did you make this polished effect on the engine cowlings?
  9. Very nice. Thumbs up for tackling the U/C as this is seldom seen !
  10. The Postjager was a hell of a sexy aircraft. I am dreaming of a 1/48 kit Very nice work on this kit, looks like you spent quite some time on it.
  11. Flawless build ! How did you make the thin yellow lines on the front canopy? Decal strips maybe?
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