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Tolga Uzuner

1/32 │ Colonial Viper Mk VII │ Moebius Models

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This is my second viper build, first one is here 

 I hope this one will better than first one. I don't want do heavy weathered model, let see what will happen :)

 

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I'm pouring a large one and booking my seat for this one. A fabulous kit apart from the office, and sorry if this is old news , but this set is just just brilliant in bringing a MK VII to life with or without lights.

Have a great build and a very happy new year.

http://www.greenstrawberry.cz/colonial-viper-mk.vii---cockpit---exterior.php

 

   

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23 hours ago, picard said:

I'm pouring a large one and booking my seat for this one. A fabulous kit apart from the office, and sorry if this is old news , but this set is just just brilliant in bringing a MK VII to life with or without lights.

Have a great build and a very happy new year.

http://www.greenstrawberry.cz/colonial-viper-mk.vii---cockpit---exterior.php

 

   

Thank you picard, actually I didn't try pe before, may be my next galactica kit i can try, but thank you :)

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start with sanding, thank you moebius models for printing the copyright here :)

 

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some parts needs putty

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usually I'm using mr hobby 500 and 1200

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Nice work. Neat pre shading, and the pilot looks ace too.

 

Matt

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yes, painting done, gloss cote done, decals done, second gloss cote done.

 

next step little dry brushing, a little bit weathering and satin cote...

 

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The pre shading of panel lines is not something I had seen before - once you add the pin wash it looks amazing!

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