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David Lengyel

Douglas A-4E Skyhawk (1/48, Eduard)

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Absolutely bloody fantastic !!!!!

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10 hours ago, David Lengyel said:

Thank you gentlemen, I appreciate your kind comments.

 

 

Which rivets do you mean?

 

Mainly on the tail and elevators. They look so cleanly done!

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42 minutes ago, nabeel said:

 

Mainly on the tail and elevators. They look so cleanly done!

 

Ah, these. They're out of the box. I was running all the panel lines with scribing tool, I don't recall if I wen't through the rivets as well though.

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1 hour ago, David Lengyel said:

 

Ah, these. They're out of the box. I was running all the panel lines with scribing tool, I don't recall if I wen't through the rivets as well though.

 

I mean, did you just fill the panel lines with paint multiple times? After an initial clear-coat? I can never get my panel lines looking so nice

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On 5/3/2017 at 10:30 PM, David Lengyel said:

I hope you like the result.

 

Thanks for asking David - I do.

 

Absolutely brilliant build and finish.

 

:thumbsup2::thumbsup2:

 

mike

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All of the above! That's one very nice Scooter!

 

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Very inspiring building and display skills, Well done.

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Thank you once again gentlemen!

 

11 hours ago, nabeel said:

 

I mean, did you just fill the panel lines with paint multiple times? After an initial clear-coat? I can never get my panel lines looking so nice

 

Nope, it was matter of just a single application of the pin wash. I had to run all the lines with the scribing tool before primer was applied though. When you have nice and crisp panel lines, such result is what you get everytime.

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Beautiful, simply the best 48th scale A-4 I've seen in a long long time. Gorgeous!

 

Eng

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very nice looking Skyhawk, great job on the scheme and weathering...

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What a great model - easily the best A4 I have seen so far.

 

Cheers,

Michael

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Very nice project! Really like the overall finish and all the little details!

Great job Sir!

 

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