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Davilovick

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  1. Thanks! I've researching a bit concerning the Klamath Falls and you are right! The masking guide of this kit is wrong Thanks for the advice!
  2. Dear comrades... This year has been a good year for me. I've rediscovered the hobby, and I've completed 4 models This post is to share with you my last work, the Great Wall Hobby F-15D 1/48 kit. Additionally, I've added aftermarkets ejection seats and exhaust noozles. Next we have uploade some photos, but a complete album is hosted on Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/104148904@N02/albums/72157703431801541
  3. One of the reason to return in this hobby was after visiting the RAF museum in London last Spring. Here I was really impressed with the Avro Lancaster aircraft. I start finding information about Lancaster models and I find your post here . For me this post has been a master piece of how to deal with all the process of modeling. Thanks you
  4. Wow, superb build. With a little bit of effort you can integrate the diorama into the Real World™ background, making a great Glamour Shot , like in this page: https://elpetitkraken.com/es/amazing-miniature-scenes-shot-with-model-cars/
  5. Thanks for all your messages. Lessons that I learnt building this model: I need to improve the alignment of the landing gear tyres. I glued the tyres to the stick before attach to the fuselage. You can see in the pictures that is not well glued The finish of the model is too glossy. I spent an entire bottle of Mr Color H20 flat clear (2 layers of flat coat), but I think that is not enough. Maybe the panel lines are too dark, maybe next time i'll use a lighter oil wash. Best regards
  6. Wow, amazing work. The paint is very neat, and the your photography skills are good
  7. Hi, It seems that I.M. Fearless was a kind of nickname of this RIO This is a book telling the story of this aircraft (The Showtime 100), and appears the I.M. Fearless XD
  8. Dear Brit modellers, This is my 3rd model this year, the awesome F-4J Phantom II by Zoukei Mura. The kit is really awesome, Full of details and all parts fits together without gaps. Aditionally I've purchased several aftermarkets: Pilot & operator crew with ejection seats by Aerobonus Resin Exhaust noozles by Eduard Wheels by Eduard With this model I've tried for the first time to use oil washes to cover the pane lines.
  9. I've sprayed a mix of Gloss & Matt Tamiya clear.
  10. Here is a full gallery in Flickr: https://flic.kr/s/aHsmdeE8bJ
  11. Dear Britmodellers, This is the Eduard SBD-5 Dauntless 1/48 kit. This is a rebranding of old Accurate Miniatures kit plus several photo etched parts. Additionally I've added photo etched Dive Flaps. Any constructive criticism will be apreciated
  12. Thanks! In that case, I've used the Late WWII RAF colors from MIG Jimenez
  13. Wow, thanks, here I found a picture that shows exactly what you are saying
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