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Sepecat Jaguar Gr.3 // Kitty Hawk // 1:48

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Wow! That's an absolute corker!

How did you go about the paint chipping around the avionics bay doors?

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How did you go about the paint chipping around the avionics bay doors?

This was my magic tool. :)

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That is a fantastic build of a great aircraft in a cracking scheme :) absolutely stunning!

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Wow this is top notch. Totally realistic finish, weathered but not overdone at all.

Could you please give us some advice on what paints you used and how? pre/post shading?

I'll build the 1/72 italeri and yours will be definitely my goal!

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Well, I used Gunze paint: H311 for "white", and mixed H335 with Tamiya German Gray (1:1), then some post-shading using mixed H335 and H311 (1:1).

First I made preshading of course, nothing unusual.

If you want to watch the whole process of building of this model, you can find it here (polish language forum, but pictures can help you to understand).

Here there are some pictures regarding painting:

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Wow - that's a real winner that you have there. Love that paint scheme - very well executed.

Cheers,

Michael

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Don't know how this one slipped past me first time round. Incredible work, beautifully painted and weathered.

Miss seeing the Jag, a tremendous jet and looks like it means business! You've certainly done this kit justice.

Beautiful,

Eng

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