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Have just finished this as I wanted to take something to Telford.... also, shamelessly (considering the time I've been on BM), my first RFI on the forum too.

Now, I just need more time to finish my other projects..... :hmmm:

15550169437_3ac8c82566_b.jpgFinished He-111 1/72 Hasegawa by Totallyrad.co.uk, on Flickr

15549481299_724e1b2a43_b.jpgFinished He-111 1/72 Hasegawa by Totallyrad.co.uk, on Flickr

15733435851_9ab0bcc37d_b.jpgFinished He-111 1/72 Hasegawa by Totallyrad.co.uk, on Flickr

Thanks for looking, any comments good or bad welcome :ninja:

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Nice one Rad.

Very nice winter camo.

May I ask you how was it achieved?

I think the weathering is spot on too.

Adrian

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How to make a boring aircraft (controversial?) very interesting indeed. That is fab.

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A very convincing portrayal of a weary-looking workhorse!

It would particularly good in a slushy winter diorama. In the meantime, perhaps some slight flattening of the mainwheel tyres might give it a more immediate sense of weight?

Impressive finishing and weathering!

Kind regards,

Joachim

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That is a stunning paint job.

The fading on the whitewash is spot on.

Karl

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I'm feeling cold just looking at it,excellent finish and presentation.

Andy

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Very nice Rad, brilliant paint job. :thumbsup:

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mmmm the best schemes going are the luftwaffe!

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Thanks everyone, it seem to go down well at Telford, which was surprising.

Nice one Rad.

Very nice winter camo.

May I ask you how was it achieved?

I think the weathering is spot on too.

Adrian

Mixed combination of hairspray, toothpicks, water, toothbrush, 1200+(grade, not how many :lol: ) polishing sticks..

A very convincing portrayal of a weary-looking workhorse!

It would particularly good in a slushy winter diorama. In the meantime, perhaps some slight flattening of the mainwheel tyres might give it a more immediate sense of weight?

Impressive finishing and weathering!

Kind regards,

Joachim

It was a OOB build just to get something done this year, but sadly it took longer than expected. However, I do plan on sticking it on a small base with weighted wheels, just not yet though, thanks again! :)

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very nice 111 I did see this one at the weekend looked great in the flesh,very nice job on the weathering and finish

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Occasionally I see a kit on here that totally blows me away, and this week this is it.

Totally inspiring finish, nice one.

Edited by Skids

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Love what you've done with this Radleigh, that worn winter scheme has come out superbly. Great to catch up at Telford :)

Just waiting to see more progress on your Hudson now, no pressure!!!!

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Lovely job, what's been said that would look great on a winter base, and Rob's(Vulcan) your man with the know how.

Hope you picked the stuff up from Telford

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Great job Radleigh. You have done a superb job on this. Love the worn winter look.

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Lovely paintwork, its a stunner, shame I missed it at Telford.

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Geez....couldn't you have tried to do a decent job.... :coolio::analintruder:

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