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Pedro1

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  1. Hi Mohawk, If I may make a suggestion: as civil aircraft usually have large areas in the same colour, you could consider using a Tamiya or Humbrol spray can. This works well, especially for the silve, and will give you a base without brush marks. All the best Peter
  2. Dear all, My first armour model on Britmodeller, I'm normally more at home in the aircraft section This is the 1:72 S-model M3A3 Stuart in the colours of the French Army, as it was advancing north from the Provence in August 1944. The S-Model kit is a 'Quick-Build' kit that comes with two sets of sprues in the box, complemented with a small etch fret. An easy build that will allow you to focus on the painting and weathering. I added a few details from wire and complemented the model with a (slightly modified) 3D printed US tanker from ReedOak. The decals are from Braille Scale. Enjoy! Peter
  3. Lovely little dio Bazer! Very inspirational. Peter
  4. Very nice, hard to believe its just 1:72!
  5. Great build Patrick! I like how the late war colours turned out! Peter
  6. I have to agree with Keith here! Peter
  7. Great looking model of a plane you don't see that often, very inspiring! I have one in the stash from Pegasus in my own favorite scale (1:72). Peter
  8. Another nice one Roman, and thank you for the tip with the interior. Can you tell what paint you used, as I really like how the colours turned out? Peter
  9. Amazing work again John. I always fancied the Model 40 and you absolutely did it justice. As a 72nd scale modeller I have been looking at the 1:72 resin kit but thought that was way too expensive... Peter
  10. The figures are also quite nice! Peter
  11. Very impressive, hard to believe this is 1:72! Peter
  12. Great looking 109! What did you use to detail the engine? Thanks! Peter
  13. I hope they re-issue the Audax as well... Peter
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