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Adchap

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  1. Hi chris, I just used what I had and a little artistic license. It was never going to be 100%accurate. This is the first thing I have done in over 30years and was more about the techniques rather than exact colouring. Due to having 3 massive spinal operations and a reduced movement, this was more about wether or not I could still make things. My my next project a P-51D will be much more accurate with regards to colourings and camouflage etc. Adam
  2. https://www.dropbox.com/sc/u2mv6iwrpq1eyx2/AAC9_pqdRGTDmGFzIgtK3Jiua Hi Troy, thanks for for all your help and advice. I have built the Lancaster and it has a lovely fresh paint job (not sure how to post pics in here ) and I just wanted to add a few details to make it look less new and more authentic. I will take your advice and do some online research. I only have a phone and not a computer so I am struggling to upload a few photos I took of my work. Any ideas?
  3. Well I have not made a model for over 30 years and this is my first attempt. This is my first foray into using an airbrush and acrylics. I used Vallejo model air for this build. I didn’t realise how things have moved on and the detail now included. Any ideas how to add aging to the paint so it doesn’t look like new would be appreciated. I have a 1/48 P-51d tamiya mustang 8th AF or a Messerschmitt Bf109E-4/7 Trop and can’t decide which to do next ?
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