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srkirad

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About srkirad

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  1. Cockpit details are done now - instruments on instrument panel are filled with drops of Kristal Klear, while subtle weathering (wash and drybrush) are also applied. I think we're ready for enclosure of cockpit area...
  2. Amodel kits.. where you put more cement/concrete/styrene/putty/_______ (add yourself) and use all possible "construction work" tools instead of modelling tools I know your pain John... went through this few times, and hopefully not anymore... Anyway, going in good direction so far, I hope your modelling mojo won't let you down... few more steps and you're closer to the painting stage.... Cheers, S.
  3. I like your painting style Hewy - it gives model a very realistic look. Planks on the floor are real masterpiece - scribing of wood texture and differene in shades.. excellent! Engine is also 'alive' thanks to weathering. Topic I will follow with pleasure... Cheers, S.
  4. It looks very realistic. I like colour modulation on panels, and especially good moment is this angle of suspension, this is something I see for the first time someone did on scale models - it gives model additional realism effect! Fantastic! Cheers, S.
  5. Oh, I permuted STGB and GB necessary numbers. Anyway, I'm looking forward to start of this GB Thanks for putting me on the list Stix! Cheers, S.
  6. Let's get closer to necessary number for STGB - please add me to the list - I have Revell 1/72 Pz.Kpfw. III Ausf. L in stash, waiting for its chance to be built... Thanks, Srđan
  7. I'd like to sign up too - I have few candidates in stash (Fujimi 1/72 Alpha Jet, Revell 1/144 AV-8B and Azur FRROM 1/72 IK-2 ), can't decide which one to build...maybe all of them if I find enough time Thanks, Srđan
  8. Hello Steve, I think I could join with Monogram 1/72 X-15 - it sits for very long time in the stash, finally I have a good excuse to build it! Cheers, Srđan
  9. Today I managed to paint interior of cockpit and canopy in RAF Interior Green - I mixed few Gunze colours to achieve similar shade to Humbrol 78. The reason for mixing colours is that I don't feel very comfortable with Humbrol Enamels - I've accustomized to work with Gunze acryllics Wheelbay also changed its colour - now it is in Aluminium - Gunze Metalizer, buffed a bit after 10-15min... That's all for today, detailing of cockpit starts soon... Cheers, S.
  10. All small parts are prepared for painting, so I've used this afternoon for spraying primer on cockpit, wheelbay, and small parts. Cockpit is primered with Mr. Surfacer 1500 Grey, and then (something like) preshaded with Mr. Surfacer 1500 Black. Wheelbay and some other parts that are supposed to be painted in Aluminium were primered with Mr. Surfacer 1500 Black. It doesn't seem like much progress since last photo(s), but soon I will add some colour into this grey/black world
  11. Although at the moment I have two unfinished Spits in various stages of painting, a modeller cannot have enough Spits in progress Patrice, please sign me up - probably it will be an AZ model 1/72 Spitfire Mk IX in exotic livery. Thanks, Srđan
  12. I could join this one with a pair of Platz 1/144 A-4Es Srđan
  13. It gives you +4 cammo bonus if applied on hull in World of Tanks
  14. Hmm.. well, I'm not really much into their story, so this decal instructions is all I have as reference regarding to colours and pattern Do you maybe know a bit more about it? I could paint it according to this manual in the end if I don't find better reference, as I do tolerate some differences as long as it resembles original Thanks for the comments, suggestions and help in advance! Cheers, S.
  15. Wow, that's quite a bit of heavy metal inside :) Nice job with etched parts, really like it! Cheers, S.
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