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Parabat

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Parabat last won the day on April 2 2014

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About Parabat

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  1. Nice work, very effective pose and display.
  2. Should be good, mottling may seem daunting, but you soon get the hang of it. Thin your paint more than usual and play with pressures, find the best that works for you. Practice makes perfect and it's very satisfying when you get it how you want it.
  3. Nive little update you have snuck in there, love the shots of the Bearcat and that side on pic of the Spitfire is great too.
  4. Wow, very atmospheric shots and what a sad state some of those planes are in. Thanks for sharing this.
  5. Nice models, I did not relaise that Turkey had operated either the F-102 or the F-104.
  6. What a sight to behold! Eagles are impressive planes, thanks for sharing your experience.
  7. Very interesting pictures, very nicely done, thanks for sharing.
  8. That looks spectacular to my eyes, some subtle weathering and nice detailing.
  9. An incredible display piece, nicely done, something to see everywhere you look.
  10. Wow that is stunning, excellent work and attention to detail. Some intricate work that you have done there.
  11. Very, very nice photos. I particularly like the Spitfire cockpit one. I think the black and white pics are great - you really seem to notice the picture in its entirety rather than just focus on the subject. Thanks for sharing.
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