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Andy Dyck

P-51 D Tamiya 1/72 Chuck Yeager

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Hi Andy!

Just for fun, right? One of the best P-51 I've ever seen! Great job and perfect photos!

Cheers, Matyi

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Hi Andy,

congrats on a really bluffing build!

Did you use the kit decals for the checkerboard or did you paint it?

JR

Yes I used the decals from the kit with a lot of decal softener.

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Outstanding Mustang! :goodjob:

Really very nice, great NMF!

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Beautiful build and finish complimented by the excellent photography. Really, really top notch.

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Wow! The build is outstanding and those are some very impressive photos. Everything seems so clear. May I ask how you`ve achieved the lighting of the scene?

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Hi Fin,

thank you very much!!!

In this case I am using a large white carton, bend to nearly 90 degrees.. No extra lights NO flash!. Only my neon light in my cellar. But very important is to check the white balance on your camera. If not the pic will turn lightly to yellow, blue or green , or red. If you have no chance to set white balance, you have a second chance on your computer with a simple postprocessing with software like Gimp, or Photoshop or anything else.

You also can make better quality with tonal correction (automatic or by hand). Try it!!! You will have a lot of fun for sure!

All the best!!

Andy


Wow! The build is outstanding and those are some very impressive photos. Everything seems so clear. May I ask how you`ve achieved the lighting of the scene?

Sorry I didnt multiqoute.. Please look at my latest post!!!!

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