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Mirage F-1C "Ile de France" 1/72 - COMPLETE

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Hope you get it fixed easily.

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Near finish accidents like that used to happen to me few times. I'll cheer you up!

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Humph! I guess this is just part of a modelers life... you'll gonna get around that, head up.

Very nice built and I'm amazed by the change of color tone, depending on the light. Actually like the real thing :-)

Cheers

b.

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Dropped a can of paint on almost complete model. Surprisingly the only damage was one of the front wheels that flew somewhere. Copied the remaining one.

I did not attach the master to the base strong enough, when I filled the form with silicon the wheel emerged. I managed to reattach the wheel master to a new base and pull it back into silicon while it was still liquid enough. I thought it would not work but it did

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Then I went on holidays and upon my return I decided that I don't want to add anything else

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Certainly looks done to me and very well done at that :goodjob:

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Fantastic result, especially knowing what the kit comes like in the box, if you said it was the new Special Hobby kit I wouldn't be able to tell the difference!

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That's a very nice build and colourful too :goodjob:

Cliff

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Lovely job there Alexey as always. Those markings really suit the F.1 (although to be fair, like any classy lady, she looks good in anything).

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