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Great looking TBM great work , to me when I see the engine exposed on Avengers I think they look undersized compared to the size of the airframe I know they have plenty power with the 2600-10 then even more power with the 2600-20 . 

 

Guy

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55 minutes ago, F4u said:

Great looking TBM great work , to me when I see the engine exposed on Avengers I think they look undersized compared to the size of the airframe I know they have plenty power with the 2600-10 then even more power with the 2600-20 . 

 

Guy

I got the same impression that engine is bit too small compared to whole bird.

 

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Thanks, it was worth the wait, great build and nice weathering on a GSB subject which is not easy.

 

Cheers

 

Dennis

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12 minutes ago, Mr.Happy said:

😳 WOW‼️

Nice job Mike MC on the weathering👍

Please tell what paint brand and weathering mediums you used❓

Top notch 👌

Mr. Happy (in name only)

 

 

I'm big fan of Gunze, so as primer I used Mr Surface. 1'st layer was C8 silver. After that I used dark blue C365 from WWII US Naval Aircraft paints set. Weathering is just home made oil paint wash.

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Love the shading and weathering.

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