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It is my last finished model. It is a lovely kit. Perfect adjustments and easy building.
I recommend.
I formulated the colours with Tamiya mixes.


Chears.

 

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Edited by Zarichta

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That's beautifully finished Cristian,great to see a Polish subject too!

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Well done, Christian. A lovely finish on an unusual subject.

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Very good result, nice to see Polish kit constructed in Brazil so well!

Especially I like your interpretation of Polish khaki, it has this bit of green hue.

Regards

Jerzy-Wojtek

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A great build :)

 

Martin

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Thank you Steve, Corsaifox and Vinnie!

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Posted (edited)
5 hours ago, JWM said:

Very good result, nice to see Polish kit constructed in Brazil so well!

Especially I like your interpretation of Polish khaki, it has this bit of green hue.

Regards

Jerzy-Wojtek

Thank you Jerzy!!

 

My great-grandfather was Polish and I really like Polish aviation.
About color formulation, I used this follow process:

 

- Alclad base;

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- Pre-shadow on the lines with Natoblack;

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- Panels, I used this Tamiya formulation XF-52:4 + XF-3:2+ XF-51:1 + XF-2:1:

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- And Polish khaki, I used this Tamiya formulation XF-52:1 + XF64:1 + XF-2:1

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This IBG kit is fantastic and I will definitely build others.


Cheers!

Edited by Zarichta

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3 hours ago, RidgeRunner said:

A great build :)

 

Martin

Thank you Martin!

Cheers!

3 hours ago, invidia said:

Great looking model.

Than you Invidia!

Cheers!

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Superb building mate.

I can't say it enough but your work is fantastic. keep it up mate!

Cheers

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6 minutes ago, dogsbody said:

Beautiful!

 

 

Chris

Thank you Dogs!

6 minutes ago, ArmouredSprue said:

Superb building mate.

I can't say it enough but your work is fantastic. keep it up mate!

Cheers

Thank you my friend!

Cheers!

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Looks top notch - very nice build mate.

 

Cheers,

Michael

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Fabulous finish and a very nice subject.

 

AW

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Lovely! I think I might treat myself to one of these!

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Posted (edited)

You model looks extremely good, but the photos of the steps before the final khaki layer are even more stunning!!!

The only thing which could look better is the exhaust collector ring in front of the Pegasus engine. It was unpainted natural steel in real airplane, and naturally rusty, as in, for example, Swordfish:

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13 hours ago, GrzeM said:

You model looks extremely good, but the photos of the steps before the final khaki layer are even more stunning!!!

The only thing which could look better is the exhaust collector ring in front of the Pegasus engine. It was unpainted natural steel in real airplane, and naturally rusty, as in, for example, Swordfish:

Swordfish_1.jpg

 

Wow, good tip, my friend. Thank you so much!!

This was one of my doubts that I couldn't solve in my research. I will do this in my Pzl 42 which is under construction.

Annotated tip!

Cheers!!

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Seeing as we're discussing exhaust collectors, I thought I'd put this up.

 

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Chris

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Excellent Karas there, great job

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4 hours ago, russ c said:

Excellent Karas there, great job

Thank you Russ!

Cheers!

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BTW, the P.42 kit has the wrong wings. They are the wings of a P.23A with leading edge slats. The P.42 did not have these slats. Unfortuately this cannot be corrected by simply filing them off because it is difficult on scribe in the underlying detail. You could use the wings from a P.23B kit but that is a bit expensive.

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