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IPMS19

- FIAT G55 CENTAURO- 1/48

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No great troubles with this kit .The challenge was the splinter camo and the weathering, may be mine was a bit too heavy

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Looks really good, I like the cammo patten, how much masking tape did you use?

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Hey IPMS19:

Wonderful build, just a nice masterpiece who will get her own share in aaahhhhs and ooohhhhss wherever you take she, sure is a nice champ and maybe a best in show My Friend!!!

I liked a lot the cammo, the colours and the way you painted and weathered her, very very nice.

thank you very much for sharing!!!

Cheers,

Luis Alfonso

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Really interesting and nicely done splinter camo. I hadn't seen that style before.

I don't think the weathering is over the top at all (I'm rather sensitive to over-weathering).

Excellent, off-the-beaten-path model!

Kind regards,

Joachim

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Interesting scheme, it suits the airframe I think

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Lovely work, that scheme changes the look of the aircraft completely - which I suppose is what it's meant to do.

Pete

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Awesome, loving the camo and the weathering looks great....

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