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Pablito

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  1. Hello once again I have build this model about two years ago from the Eduard Profipack kit, The figure is a resin from Aerobonus. My regards!;)
  2. Indeed this kit is a "eye catcher" between mostly grey modern jets The red/orange colour is my own mix that I was sattisfied of after the third attempt Once again thank You all for good words!!
  3. Hello I would like show to You the first maritime kit i have made after a few years of building aircraft kits. I have chosen USS Mobile Bay, a Ticonderoga class guided missile cruiser because I love the mighty silhouette of these ships! The Fujimi kit is very accurate and includes some PE parts. I used Master 127mm gun barrels and scratch build the main mast. The water effect is made with help of AK Interactive water gel. I tried to show the ship in a tide turn, I hope that You will like it
  4. I'm very glad that You like my work Every kit teaches us something new. I've made a little mistake saying that i haven't used no aftermarket parts - on the nose of the plane is a Master pitot tube
  5. Hello The model was finished about a year ago, except the RBF tapes I haven't used no aftermarket parts. While biulding the kit i went through some difficulties with the fitting of the fuselage, however i look back at this kit with pleasure
  6. Everything clear! Sure You can! I'm also a big fan of the great Mitchell and other strafer aircraft! Here are some more photos of the interior, first cockpit with eduard photoetched parts on the floor: tail gun station: I've added some scratch work on the gun controls
  7. Hello Everyone! My name is Paul, I'm from Poland and this is my first Topic on Britmodeller! About two months ago I've started tu build the 1/32 scale B-25J Strafer from Hong Kong Models. In this project I will use: 1. Eduard photoetched parts for the cockpit and the nose gun bay. 2. Profimodeller sets for the rear, waist and top gunners positions, bomb bay and counterwieght, 3. HGW seatbelts, 4. Yahu model photo etched instrument panel, 5. Master Browning 0,5 cal gun barrels. First I've decided to bring more life to the fuselage interior because the kit parts were a bit poor on this ground.... For this I used Plastruct square and rectangle profiles... The round part is the escape hatch. Next the base colour was airbrushed - Gunze H303: I've used Ammo MIG Oilbrushers to ad some dirt to the lower partes of the fuselage and silver pencil to create scrtaches and chips. In the end a little comparison of what I've made so far... Work's moving one, see You soon!!
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