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Arkady72

Supermarine Seafire FR.46 Airfix 1/48

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Fantastic finish on your Seafire, it may be down to the angle of the first photo but are the wings lacking a bit of dihedral ?

Mick

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Absolutely beautiful - a real inspiration.

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Simply stunning, a piece of art,

Sean

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that's a legendary build right there. insanely skilled work, was a privilege to just see these pictures

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Fantastic finish on your Seafire, it may be down to the angle of the first photo but are the wings lacking a bit of dihedral ?

Mick

No, it's just the weight of all those rockets! :boxing:

Seriously, though, this is an excellent looking model of one of my favourite Spitfire variants. We are waiting for the full, step-by-step breakdown of how you did it.

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Dear Princess Celestia

Today I learned this Seafire is the most gorgeous model I've had the pleasure to see and hope to emulate it one day.

Your faithful student

Twilight Sparkle

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Dear Princess Celestia

Today I learned this Seafire is the most gorgeous model I've had the pleasure to see and hope to emulate it one day.

Your faithful student

Twilight Sparkle

Yours sincerely:

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That is superb

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This is really nice, a stunningly beautiful airplane. Makes me want to make one.

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to me that's another perfect model you've turned out there Artur, just the right amount to weathering without going over the top as is so often the case. I wish I could do something like that :weep:

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Great job

Lovely model

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