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MODeller

1/48 Raspberry Ripple Canberra

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Hi all, Just finished this Alleycat conversion on the Airfix B2 Canberra, not the easiest to do as the replacement cockpit section did not want to play but I eventually beat it into submission! Inspired by seeing the real thing at Bruntingthorpe but took too many photos with too many details on! Paints used Revell Aqua, Humbrol Acrylics and Xtracrylics with the markings coming out of the spares box.

A very pleasing result but I could have spent a lot more time on it but ended up just wanting it finished!

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MODeller

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Very nice. Great choice of scheme to build.

Steve.

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Beautiful model and a great paint job,......I love Canberra`s in this scheme,

Cheers

Tony

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Now that is just drop dead gorgeous :goodjob:

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Hello,MODeller - A beautifully finished and resplendent looking tribute to this iconic aircraft.;) All the best,Paul.

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Seen the real one thunder down Bruntys runway a few times and yours looks spot on.

Great job can almost near the roar.These things are LOUD !

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Sweet build !. It's a nice change from grey, green or hemp and very eye catching at that size.

Cheers

Gaz

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Stunning!

You're not going to lose that on the ramp! Not with that paintjob!

Karl

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Brilliant! I do love those experimental Canberras.

Regards,

Jason

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Brilliant Brian, thought you'd dropped out of the scene great to see you haven't and are still churning these out.

Steve.

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Excellent rendition of this unusual Canberra. You have done a great job !

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Cor, thats lovely!

Cheers

John

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Awesome work, very cool indeed

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