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Ingo Degenhardt

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Ingo Degenhardt last won the day on December 2 2013

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  1. Very well done, I like it a lot. Must be an impressive beast on the shelf. Hope you got good dust protection for the display.
  2. Hi, I am looking for a detailed cutaway drawing of the Boeing E-7 Wedgetail - of the kind where every part has a number and a description/part identification under that number. I found several on the net but none of them were readable. Does anyone know of a link or another way to obtain one of those? I need to be able to name some of the aircraft's parts... kind regards, Ingo
  3. Yes, I had to do several coats to achieve an even, glossy finish but I did not consider the coat to be too thick (no panel lines flooded ) Still, I had the same thought and apart from any strange reaction with the Alclad white primer (I think that very unlikely) it's the only explanation I can think of. No other choice than give it more time, I think.
  4. Right - no other contents added. As said, it seemed to dry rather quickly - you could run a finger over it an hour later. But it seems to be soft beneath a kind of dry surface/skin.
  5. Thanks. I should have mentioned that I used the Aqueous Thinner (No. 110) - not the Levelling thinner; that I only use with Mr. Hobby laquer colours and had no problems so far. Never had any issues with the flat Aqueous Colors. ingo
  6. Years later, finally a reply I am experiencing the exact same probem with Gunze H1 (Aqueous Hobby Color Gloss White) - I sprayed it three days ago on the undersides of my Victor K2 - sprays nicely with the Gunze Thinner (although it needs a few layers even on Alclad II white primer), seems to dry quickly to a high gloss finish. But - the model can't be handled yet....fingerprints even if only slight pressure is applied (holding the model). I was able to sand them off luckily but I have to do some extensive masking (grey/green upper surfaces) and I dare not put on masking tape for fear of ruining the white finish, not to speak of fingerprints while handling it for the masking procedure. How long did you finally wait until proceeding? Additional question: Is it the same with Gunzes Mr. Colour gloss paints (the laquer type)?
  7. Very nice! Where did you find the brass landing gear? I could only find the metal parts by ScaleAircraftConversions and I do not trust the rather soft metal to take the weight. ingo
  8. Hi, I bought the kit a few days ago although it's not my favourite scale, but I liked the subject. With some proper scratchbuilding, mostly concerning the interior it can turn out to be very interesting model. My only problem so far (I have not yet started) is the lack of photographs of the interior because Roden provides only the minimum there - and nothing regarding seat arrangement and machine gun installations such as ammo boxes, etc. Can anyone provide some help here? Or knows about some aftermarket stuff coming up?
  9. Very nicely built, painted and weathered - you made the most of this kind of camouflage. The kit - looking at the side views the front proportions somehow look strange to me, as if the fuselage from the intakes forward is too fat or the front landing gear to small, too thin... I can't really put my finger on it but it seems to look a bit strange. Or is that just me?
  10. I am completely satisfied with the announcements for 2019 - MiG-17 and Buccaneer for me. And when I have build them sometime in 2020, new tool Westland Wasp & Scout in 1/72 for that year. Thanks.
  11. The stencil on the nose gear bay door is "Nicht am Bugrad schleppen" - meaning "Do not tow on nose wheel"
  12. Hi, regarding the deck rail - what length should be the spaces between the rail bases and what did you glue on top? Evergreen? I discovered this just in time for my ASR and would like to do that correction as well. TIA Ingo
  13. Hi, can anyone recommend 28mm figures for British Infantry and Indians from the French and Indian war? May be some French and Civilians too? I do not need large numbers but I am looking for good quality figures. TIA Ingo
  14. I had to double-check that this is really 1/72. Very very well done Bf 109. How did you do the wavy lines on the wing leading edges?
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