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Peter Marshall

Dornier DO 17Z-2, 15./KG 53, Russia, Early 1942

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1/48th Scale New ICM Kit, OOB. Painted with Gunze Aqueous, Tamiya and Ammo Washable White. Weathered with Oils and Pigments.


Wip is available here


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Really nice kit, no real vices other than one's I made for myself, and way more available than the old Classic Airframes kit.


Peter

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It's a really beauty Peter, the WIP was very enjoyable and informative to boot.

Duncan B

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Looks great Peter!, but I would have to add Swastikas if it was mine ;)

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Beautiful! Eastern Front and with the winter finish - what's not to like!

Regards,

Jason

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Fantastic weathering! Lovely work all round though.

Eng

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Winter camos are always some of the most interesting, and that weathering really is spot on. A great result.

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Been out in the weather this one. Nice work.

Tony

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Very nice, I'm tempted to get one myself.

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Fantastic result Peter, and I really enjoyed the wip as well, excellent how to's in it... :goodjob:

Sean

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That's a real beauty, very impressive work!

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Really nice build there, awesome paint and weathering too

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