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xan

FM 1/48 Dewoitine D.510 GCII/8 1938

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Hello, this is my last mount a fonderie miniature D.510.

The plane is the de Salaberry's one in Marignane near Marseille in 1938 (GCII/8)

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Xan

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Thst looks absolutely superb! The weathering is excellent too :)

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Absolutely wonderful.

Nice to see some of the FM kits built to such a high standard instead of hidden in the stash.

Thanks for posting.

 

Chris.

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That's a fine build - exquisite finish and great pics too!

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Outstanding! That is very special. What did you use for the silver finish?

Best

H

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Thanks to all of you!

it's my first post in Britmodeller and I am very pleased...

 

 What did you use for the silver finish?

 

first of all, after riveting,  I represented the panels with surfacer

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Then Idid a panelling with brown paints

 

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Then I painted with a mix of light grey gunze (1/3) and white alu alclad (2/3) because duraluminium is quite flat

then i did a dry brush with silver prince august

 

Xan

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