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Wulf

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  1. 1/5000 Star Destroyer. It's the 2nd most expensive Star Wars kit from Bandai and has pretty steep shipping costs and taxes when importing. Also the 1/144 Rise of Skywalker Falcon (with round dish) and the Solo Falcon. Y-Wing is also one of the bit more expensive 1/72 kits. The Death Star attack set would also be worthwhile.
  2. It's a shame the don't bring the 1/5000 ISD. I know they already have 2 ISDs in their product range, but those are in completely different leagues. And why no friggin' 1/144 Falcon?
  3. Those astromechs got removed from all kits in 2017 alongside the standing pilots.
  4. You diorama is beautiful, but that Jeddha base is waaaay too small.
  5. Only the dual kits (e.g. SSD + ISD) contain clear stands with nameplate stickers, for some reason.
  6. I would just discolor some panels with a filter/wash like on the sequel A-Wing:
  7. I like your approach with the aluminum engines. It goes very well with the blue. The A-Wing is one of Bandai's best kits, imo. It's a joy to paint and assemble.
  8. Looks great. I like the streaking. It's not too pronounced. What paint did you use for the base coat? It also looks like you gave the whole thing a rough wash?
  9. I think he used Gunze H70 RLM02 Grey and the Panzer grey he's referring to is H32 Field Grey, as far as I remember from another thread.
  10. It's a nice little technique. The increased drying time makes it easier to apply the wash on larger surfaces before the wash starts drying and makes it easier to wipe off excess wash with a slightly wet cloth or Q-Tip. It also improves the flow of the wash and reduces the typical water marks from acrylic washes.
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