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grab

Morane-Saulnier MS-410C.1 - Azur 1/72

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Hi!

 

I've recently started this tiny aircraft. This is the first short-run kit I've made, and I'm very pleased with it. I plan to paint to winter Finnish camo.

 

So far the followings were done:

 

- riveting

- drilling out in and outlets and the exhaust pipes

- thinning the trailing edges

- added more detail to the cockpit

 

Cockpit was painted with Gunze H337 onto black base. Details were made with Vallejo, and for weathering Tamiya enamels and Weathering Masters were used.

 

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Hi Grab!

 

Nice subject and beautiful work!

One thing might be still possible to add is the Finnish armored back rest for the pilot. It starts from bottom of the seat and continues up to pilots shoulders and head. It has brown cushion on the pilot side. Pls. see these photos:

 AWOF_43-41-MS-406.jpg

 

A seat from a Brewster:

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...and a Hurricane:

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Cheers,

AaCee

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Lovely work!

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15 hours ago, AaCee26 said:

Hi Grab!

 

Nice subject and beautiful work!

One thing might be still possible to add is the Finnish armored back rest for the pilot. It starts from bottom of the seat and continues up to pilots shoulders and head. It has brown cushion on the pilot side. Pls. see these photos:

 AWOF_43-41-MS-406.jpg

 

A seat from a Brewster:

2652228827_4dce7ace15_z.jpg?zz=1

 

...and a Hurricane:

IMG_7231.jpg

 

Cheers,

AaCee

 

 

Thanks for the photos, I have't had these yet. Meanwhile the fuselage has been glued together, I cannot remove the seat without damage anymore.... It will stay as it is.

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Hi Grab,

 

outstanding scratch build of the cockpit. Perfect once painted.

Keep it up!

JR

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Short update. Actually I should finish it in a week, to it can be taken to Mosonshow 2017....

 

Machine guns:

 

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Position lights:

 

 

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Seeing the details you put in such a tiny model is awesome. Weathering and camo are .. perfect.

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