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phantom61 last won the day on January 20 2019

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  1. ciao Ettore, I have been using only Acrylic Gunze for a long time ... in this case I used: dark green H-330 Aqueous Hobby Colors BS381C / 641 dark sea gray H331 Aqueous Hobby Colors BS381C / 638 both colors have been desaturated to make them slightly lighter Silvano
  2. Hello Mates... sorry for delete image... ciao Silvano
  3. Grazie G. during the holidays I read most of the 453rd Museum build posts Spit e P-38 Stunning... ciao Silvano
  4. found photos ... additional tank... scratch painted cockpit e cargo bay... riveted the fuselage and added other details... Ready to primer... ciao... Silvano
  5. Phantastic Job... very sharp and clean ciao Silvano
  6. some previews as soon as I find the other photos, I post them ciao Silvano
  7. Hi everyone... I usually build 1/72 aircraft or helicopters ... this time I got carried away ... I assure you that I had a great time ... soon I will post the photos of the Maz and Trailer in WIP ciao Silvano stay safe and healthy
  8. Hi everyone here is one of the latest works in this pandemic period ... the starting idea was to make the Mil Mi-8 helicopter, but I must say that I got carried away and what you see is the result ... I made several modifications and soon I will also put the link to see the WIP ... I hope you like it and see you soon ... ciao Silvano before painting the primer primer Tamiya colored with MPR lacquer paints and weathered with artistic oil Ciaoooo... stay safe and healthy
  9. great job Lorenzo ... perfect finish and great build Silvano
  10. Welcome simply... it is a real pleasure to have you in this Forum ... that you will surely know how to enrich with your professionalism and competence ... despite age ciao Silvano
  11. Giampiero... you know I'm a fan of your planes ... what to say... another of your masterpieces ... ciao Silvano
  12. Conclusions (provisional as they may be): - I think it is safe to assume that, to preserve the detail on the FM parts, the less paint/wash/clear coats I put on before the final wash, the better - I don't think the casting of the Curio built parts is going to be very effective; if I go down the scratch building route, I'd better stick to the parts as they come out of the cutter. I will anyway do more test painting with both cut and cast parts to see where I can get, because I have the feeling that the stippling produces a somewhat more defined detail. That's it for the day, any thoughts and comments are highly appreciated ... hello Giorgio ... every now and then I appear again ... about these statements, some of my conclusions. try to build as "clean as possible" color on the primer but first, polish it as much as possible use colors with dedicated thinner up to 60% ... for Tamiyas I use 30% of X20 and 30% of leveling tinner ... it is a surfactant and the finish is always shiny, therefore less Clear / flat coat. I am attaching some photos of the Hobby Boss mil Mi-8 in 72 that I am completing ... there are about 10 coats of color and clear coats on the primer ... but the rivets I had made on the plastic are all clearly visible ... I hope I was helpful... ciao Silvano nude... with primer with color with AK washes and oils ... clear for the decals and clear satin finish details... as you can see... the level of detail remained ...
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