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Brewer last won the day on January 8 2014

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  1. Brewer

    1/48 Hasegawa Ki-84 Frank

    Thanks for the kind words, gents!
  2. This one has been on the bench for far too long. I'm pleased with how it turned out, but also happy to have it out of the way haha. SBS cockpit True Details wheels Hollowed exhausts and gun barrels Riveted Montex and custom paint masks etc
  3. Brewer

    Hasegawa 1/48 F4U-7 Corsair

    Always a pleasure to see your latest builds, superbly clean work as always!
  4. Brewer

    1/48 190A-4 "white 10"

    Looks great, buddy!
  5. Brewer

    1/48 109G-4 "Black One"

    Fantastic work, buddy!
  6. Brewer

    My two for 2017

    Need to be more productive in 2018, but here are my two 1/48 Eduard Spitfire IX's from 2017
  7. Brewer

    1/48 FW190D-13 Eduard

    Excellent work! Great build and beautiful paint work. This bird is still on my to-do list and I have the Eduard kit, but I'm waiting for them to retool it with the rest of their 190 family. I built their 190D-9 and said "never again"
  8. Thanks Ian! Glad you posted, good to see this build again. Wish I still had it
  9. Super clean work! Fantastic finish
  10. Brewer

    1/72 FW-190 A3

    Fantastic work! Great looking little 72
  11. @kitman I used Tamiya RAF colors (XF-81, XF-82, and XF-83). The Ocean Grey and Medium Sea Grey are from the jar, but I feel like the Tamiya RAF Dark Green XF-81 is WAY too brown out of the bottle so I mixed it with XF-67 NATO Green: 3 parts XF-67 to 1 part XF-81
  12. This plane later became Johnnie Johnson's mount in 416 Sqd with Popeye removed and the code changed to JE*J As shown it was flown by Ian Keltie EN398