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Feelip90

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  1. Thank you! Steve, I have a sample of H30 acrylic and I noticed that the color differs from the old enamel H30. It is too bright. That's why I found information about H116 and based on it I choose the color from the Vallejo palette. Thanks again!
  2. Thank you Steve! Exactly the same paints I picked myself, but I was not sure if it would be ok (I always painted humbrols, but since I switched to vallejo, I have not painted camouflage in these colors yet).
  3. Hello, I plan to build Spitfire MK Ia from Airfix. The instruction contains Humbrol colors: 29, 30 and 90 Which are Vallejo Model Color (only model color i don't want Air) substitutes?
  4. Thank you! I had a dilemma with it. It's orange color, I decided to do it after seeing this picture: And same here:
  5. Thank you. Now it's time for Avro Shackleton
  6. Thank you. Try e-bay or another classifieds site. I found mine on a Polish portal similar to ebay
  7. Every background makes bf110 look menacing. But you are right, on the black background is the most menancing.
  8. Hello, My recently completed Bf 110 G4 1/72 - OOB with a little of scratchbuilt. Painted without airbrush, only standard brush with acrylic Vallejo paints. Scratchbuilt parts: Seatbelts, some parts in cockpit (hanging cable, etc.), pitot, MG on the front of the fuselage, position lights, moving (spinning) propellers. Work in progress (There is a post in polish but you are wecome to see the gallery „step by step”.): Part1: https://minihangar.online/me-bf-110-g4-kokpit-eduard-172/ Part2: https://minihangar.online/me-bf-110-g4-kadlub-i-malowanie-eduard-172/ Part3: https://minihangar.online/me-bf-110-g4-kalkomania-i-wash-eduard-172/ Part4: https://minihangar.online/me-bf-110-g4-podwozie-smigla-kokpit-eduard-172/ Part5: https://minihangar.online/me-bf-110-g4-owiewka-i-final-eduard-172/ Some cockpit photos: RFI Gallery:
  9. I'm planning to build SM.81 Pipistrello and SM.82 Marsupiale, especially SM.82 in a similar camouflage. Great looking planes.
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