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This was my first in 2017. I finished at the end of January.


It's a bad kit, but the dimensions are ok. I really wanted an "A" version on my shelf. The Stuka is one of my favorite WWII aircraft.
I scratch the interior and I used an old PE set from Eduard (recommended for Italeri kits). I adjusted many things around the kit - pitot tubes, flaps links, rewrote lines, small rivets, and so on... I used Gunze acrylics.

 

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Thanks for watching.

Cristian Zarichta.

 

 

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6 hours ago, 72modeler said:

Outstanding!  The colors look very good- what paint did you use, if I may ask?  Best Anton build  I have seen in 1/72 scale. I am jealous!

Mike

 

 

Of course mate. Questions are welcome!!

First, thank you very much for the compliments.


My simple painting recipe for the RLM 61/62/63/65 standard:

 

RLM61 - Gunze aqueous H406 with gunze thinner;
RLM62 - Tamiya XF65 with Tamiya thinner, small drops of Tamiya retarder and Pledge Future;
RLM63 - Tamiya XF25 with the same previous recipe.
RLM65 - Gunze H67 with gunze thinner.

 

Any other question, ask mate.

Cheers;

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You have made a lovely job of this kit.

 

I have the early MPM version (it has the flaps moulded onto the wings) and later Special Hobby one (lots of complicated etch). Is this the later one?

 

If so, yes, it's a very tricky kit. Parts attached to sprues at awkward places, over complicated etch attachment of parts/interior and not the best fit of parts.

 

I had to put it away.. On the other hand this shows what someone with far more tenacity can achieve :).

 

I too, really like this early Luftwaffe scheme, thank you for the colour recipe: duly noted. I must pull mine out of the 'Drawer of Doom'.

 

:goodjob: 

 

TonyT

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21 hours ago, TonyTiger66 said:

You have made a lovely job of this kit.

 

I have the early MPM version (it has the flaps moulded onto the wings) and later Special Hobby one (lots of complicated etch). Is this the later one?

 

If so, yes, it's a very tricky kit. Parts attached to sprues at awkward places, over complicated etch attachment of parts/interior and not the best fit of parts.

 

I had to put it away.. On the other hand this shows what someone with far more tenacity can achieve :).

 

I too, really like this early Luftwaffe scheme, thank you for the colour recipe: duly noted. I must pull mine out of the 'Drawer of Doom'.

 

:goodjob: 

 

TonyT

Yes TonyT, the kit has complicated etches. This is a Special Hobby with etch. I cut off all flaps and ailerons. I did all new with scratch, but I used th etch air breaks. It is very complicated too ... small and fragile metals / plastics pieces.

Thank you so much for yours comments mate.

Really thanks!

Regards.

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On 17/02/2017 at 10:04 AM, JMMendes said:

A great "clean" job...Beatifull model !

Obrigado JMMendes!!!

 

On 17/02/2017 at 10:04 AM, JMMendes said:

A great "clean" job...Beatifull model !

Thanks mate!

Cheers;

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7 hours ago, Murrodels said:

Incredible build! Love the paint work. Do you work with those gloves on all the time?! 

Thanks mate!

 

No, I use only in the painting process. It is summer in Brazil and it is very hot, even here living in South. It is necessary to be use, because the hand sweat and mark it. Especially when using Gunze.
After finishing and varnish applied , it is not necessary. But always clean hands.

Regards;

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On ‎2‎/‎17‎/‎2017 at 4:14 AM, Zarichta said:

 

 

Of course mate. Questions are welcome!!

First, thank you very much for the compliments.


My simple painting recipe for the RLM 61/62/63/65 standard:

 

RLM61 - Gunze aqueous H406 with gunze thinner;
RLM62 - Tamiya XF65 with Tamiya thinner, small drops of Tamiya retarder and Pledge Future;
RLM63 - Tamiya XF25 with the same previous recipe.
RLM65 - Gunze H67 with gunze thinner.

 

Any other question, ask mate.

Cheers;

Thanks, Z!

Mike

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On 18/02/2017 at 8:17 PM, Richwade said:

That looks awesome! Great work mate. I'm looking forward to airfix's new offering

Thanks mate!!

An Airfix Anton? It would be very welcome ...

 

Cheers;

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3 hours ago, batcode said:

very nice job and great job on the cam, im just doing there 1:48 stuka, proberly similar scheme lol..

Thanks mate.

RLM 61/62/63 and 65 are superb combination!!

 

Regards

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