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George72

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  1. Thank you! But I must say it was not painted with a brush, but with an airbrush. This paint is a regular polyester automotive like paint, ready for airbrushing. Pretty similar to those from AK Metalics, which I also use sometimes. Thank you!
  2. Thank you! Thank you!
  3. Thank you! Regarding the tail turret, I'm really convinced the best option is to glue each half to the respective fuselage half before. The 2 resulting gaps are manageable and this way the circular step is also best corrected. Thank you! Thank you!
  4. Fantastic building and painting/weathering job. Congrats!!
  5. Well, thank you!! That will be an exaggeration, but sounded good!! Thank you very much!!
  6. I see, I got lucky because I usually follow the instructions and would have the full step, but this time I could notice the problem and could prevent most of it. As I said, hope they fix it soon. Cheers!
  7. Thank you! That's good, hope they fix it. As matter of fact, I tried to minimize and glued the cone halves to each of the fuselages halves before put it all together. It worked in a way, leaving me with some manageable gap instead a larger step. But still a headache to make it all flushed.
  8. Thank you! Thank you!
  9. Thank you! I've used local polyester automotive paint, and weathered with oils.
  10. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!
  11. Thank you! Thank you!
  12. Thank you! Thank you!
  13. Hi there, This is my recent project, a nice Airfix kit. Not my usual scale, but this bird in 1/48 just won’t fit my space here. Except Eduard Masks, a must for all these clear parts, everything else OOB. Fitting is nice in general, except for the clear parts that build into the tail gun structure being too narrow for the fuselage, which causes a step. Also, after glueing the fuselage halves, I ended up with a gap right in front of the windshield. Despite this, the clear part for the “canopy” structure fitted well with the gap. So, instead of forcing the halves to join, I just
  14. this is really good!! Weathering is just perfect!! Congrats!
  15. It's a very impressive building , probably one of the best Meteors around here! Congrats!!
  16. Thank you! Actually, it's Cpt Witold Lanowski, 56th Fighter Group, Boxted, 1945, one of the kit optional schemes.
  17. Tamiya Sea Blue + Black, over black basing.... Thank you!
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