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Another recent finish. Revell 1/72 Lancaster B.Mk.I. Did some work sorting out the lack of dihedral on the outer wings, other than that OOB, and hand brushed with Revell Aquacolor (y)

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Many thanks for all the kind comments, peeps. As for the paintjob, I wish there were some secret to it I can reveal, but it's just down to using good quality flat head brushes. I just use distilled water to thin down the paint, and stir regularly. The panels were done with MIG enamel washes (y)

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Many thanks for all the kind comments, peeps. As for the paintjob, I wish there were some secret to it I can reveal, but it's just down to using good quality flat head brushes. I just use distilled water to thin down the paint, and stir regularly. The panels were done with MIG enamel washes (y)

I think I need to invest in some MIG washes. They look great.

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