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About _alfisti_

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    near Linz, Austria
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    modelling, plane spotting

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  1. Outstanding work, looks simply perfect. Your outdoor pictures can be thought of as the real aircraft, especially the b&w at the beginning.
  2. Fantastic, I like the worn out look of your Catalina.
  3. Thanks John and Mike No need to apologize, I´m always glad when things were pointed out. The pilot indeed is hard to see on some pictures.
  4. Very well done, looks realy incredible. The kit is on my wishlist and if I will get a result as half as good than yours I´ll be happy.
  5. Thanks for the many coments. The metal finish isn´t as difficult as it seems. I start with different shades of Alclad and after the washing the last step is a mix of flatt and semigloss clear coat. Always trying until I´m happy with the look. Take a closer look, the front cockpit is manned. Cheers Daniel
  6. Beautiful Scooter, nice job with the weathering.
  7. Hi, thanks again, I realy appreciate your words.
  8. Hi guys, thank you all for your kind comments, nice you like the little scene. Gives me some extra boost for my current Viggen build.
  9. Hi all. Currently I´m working on my second Special Hobby Viggen in 1:72 scale. In the meantime I want to show you the first one. It´s the SK 37 trainer from the "AJ 37/SK 37 - Duo Pack". Only aftermarket item I added was a pilot from PJ Production. The Viggen is painted with different shades of aluminium from AlcladII. The base was drawn in Affinity Photo and printed on rigid foam board. Daniel
  10. Nice to see the next Arma Hurricane, I think we can nearly equip a whole Britmodeller-Squadron now. Nice paint scheme and I also like the weathering. The upper side looks a bit glossy, but maybe it´s only the pictures. To help you with your question: I never got any problems by useing different layers based on the same medium if you allow them to dry sufficient and spray thin layers. Best is to test it on an old modell, so you can be sure your way works.
  11. Lovely Viggen, very well done. Your Splinter-Camo looks great, my deepest respect for the extra work (I got the DNModels-masks for my AJ 37 I´m working on at the moment).
  12. Very nice Hurricane, looks great in the silver scheme. Good choice on the vacu hood, the kit part is way to thick. It´s a bit sad you didn't took some proper pics, without all the stuff in the background. Your model would deserve it.
  13. Yeah, let´s join the gang. Looking forward to your Hurrican. Are you using any aftermarket stuff?
  14. Very nice collection of Thunderbolts, that reminds me to finish mine.
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