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toniosky

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  1. I like the subject and weathering of your build.Very nice work Kurek and much to my liking.
  2. Great build and neat painting, especially considering that white painting is not easy !
  3. Very nice build and paint job ! I am not a 1/72 guy but here I am in awe !
  4. Great work. A hell of a sexy aircraft, if you ask me, and you did a very convincing job !
  5. Very nice ! Tell us more about the build please. Was it an okay build ?
  6. Gnat and aerobatic teams are usually not my cup of tea, let alone the mix of them both, but you convinced me ! Your work really looks good, and the contrast between the highly visible (and closed !) cockpit plus the red livery really makes your build quite interesting.
  7. I find the mottling well executed. That's a beautiful build !
  8. Thank you Pete ! The base color is the 4BO from Mig, to which I tried to add some variations with beige, yellow, dark green and even a bit of blue.
  9. Thank you Lada! For the mud texture I simply sprinkled a semi-liquid solution of plaster of Paris mixed with pigments by pulling/releasing the bristles of a paint brush
  10. Hi there, This is my first AFV build. The MiniArt kit is a pleasure to build despite the high number of parts and these horrible track links. I liked it so much that I bought the T-55 from the same customer, but this time I will use some Friul tracks, or similar. Some details were replaced/scratchbuilt and the slogan on the side made shorter, except for that the rest is from the box. Cheers, Antoine
  11. For future reference, I found pretty helpful stuff on - http://www.supersabre.com/FuselagePart09.htm - https://joeidoni.smugmug.com/Aircraft-Crash-Sites/F-58
  12. They only have the two-seater version, but thanks for the suggestion anyway I found a nice pic on the Warbirdnews link you shared. Thank you !
  13. Yes Chris, I did several searches. So the far the only pics I found are hard to interpret and don't really help .
  14. Hi, I am looking for pictures of whatever is behind the seat of the single-seater F-100 (D version ideally), and also the part right behind the headrest that is actually attached to the canopy. Thank you in advance for your help ! Antoine
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