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About Duckwizard

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    Airplanes 1/48, AFV 1/35

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  1. Today I received the new kit from Riga, Latvia. Is anybody interested in some photos from the building phase? But pls give me some days until I finished my current build.
  2. My friend, you are a real WWI encyclopedia. Thanks a lot for this detailed info. So I call my base "Little Armenia" now and no longer "Little Persia".
  3. Thank you very much for your input. I knew if somebody knows something about this topic it is YOU.
  4. Let me answer this myself. According to a site I found after hours of searching the FT had no base coat at all unlike other french WWI-tanks.
  5. Does anybody know which colour the primer of the little Renault FT-17 had during the WWI-era? Guessing it had primer under the camo. Building the Meng kit currently. Thx a lot for any input!
  6. So Copper State Models did a bad investigation? Very interesting to know. Because my Lanchester is also based in Persia (maybe you remember my thread with the missing vulture. )
  7. Very nice work, excellent weathering! I also did this kit some months ago (I showed it here too) and I think Copper State really are very good in injection moulding. This results in a relatively small amount of parts as many details are integrated which would be separate parts in other kits. Their Romfell Panzerwagen which they just released is currently shipped, can't wait to have it in my hands.
  8. Close to perfect in my eyes, a phantastic job. You did the weathering amazingly well.
  9. Very nice rebuild, I like it a lot. And I love Beaus.
  10. This is a Photoshop picture printed on overhead transparency film for inkjet printers. Thanks Chris!
  11. Bristol Beaufighter Mk VI Night Fighter, Tamiya 1/48, my latest model which I finished this week. Airbrushed Vallejo acrylics and oil colours for weathering, the base is an old teak wood chopping board with a map section of Crete from about 6,000 feet. I tried a lot of different possibilities to reproduce the "rotating" props. But I guess in the end there is no good way except installing small electric engines. Well maybe next time... Hope you like my Black Beauty a bit - thanks for looking!
  12. ...with the F-16 genes being dominant. Very nice build!
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