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GrzeM

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  1. What a great build! We in Arma Hobby are very glad you enjoyed it!
  2. Prekrasnyi!!! Very well done!
  3. Yes, it was one of the Gloster produced first block. Very possible that the roundels were in pre-war shades.
  4. Fascinating build. As usual. I know you have lots of photos but maybe these you will like too (there are three pages of them): https://audiovis.nac.gov.pl/search/e6e46d90c15519035f846682732b3fab:1/ Example: And another one:
  5. Good job! BTW, look at the elevator on this film: https://youtu.be/dAaVh6RcEDQ?t=102
  6. To be honest, on this photo there are no rubber tyres, they seem to be totally burned. But dark grey is better than black anyway. Michale, your model is very good, but it would be much better if you use wash for recessed details. I'd suggest Nuln Oil (black) and Reikland fleshshade or Agrax earthshade (brown) from Citadel range (excellent British paints for Warhammer figures, not the cheapest ones but really worth of their price!). Good tutorial of washing is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kNZUDk6tRxw
  7. Really impressive!
  8. GrzeM

    Fuselage shade of red

    I don't think the colour should be red at all. Isn't it some mistake? Maybe chocolate brown?
  9. For sure the "streaky" camouflage was used, it is visible on all good quality photos. See my article on the Arma Hobby blog: http://armahobbynews.pl/en/blog/2017/12/21/fokkers-wing/ Very well you can see this effect here:
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