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red baron 5

TBM 1 C bombardier d'eau trumpeter 1/32

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Stunning! But details of which kit and scale would be nice.  I'm guessing 1/32 Trumpeter?

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I think that's one of the most realistic aircraft models I've seen.

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21 minutes ago, Paul J said:

Stunning! But details of which kit and scale would be nice.  I'm guessing 1/32 Trumpeter?

yes, i edit  my post 

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Ooooooooo that is wonderful.  What a great metal finish.

Great work 

All the best

Chris 

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Excellent finish.  I really do like that model.  Do you have any photographs of the build process?  How did you do the paint finish?

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2 minutes ago, JohnT said:

Excellente finition. J'aime vraiment ce modèle. Avez-vous des photos du processus de construction? Comment as-tu fini la peinture?

thanks, all the photos of the wip are here:

https://www.facebook.com/pg/rbmaquettes/photos/?tab=album&album_id=368057176941051

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That is stunning. What a finish!

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Huh?  Surely that's a photo of a real Avenger!?

The aluminium skin and the riveting look so real, I'm waiting for a mechanic to unscrew an access panel and look inside!

I can't imagine a more realistic-looking replica than this.

Perhaps I should give up the hobby, 'cause I know I'm never going to achieve a result like that.

:worthy::worthy::worthy::worthy:

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I can't think of any more superlatives than the others already have posted- one of the most realistic weathered bare metal finishes I have ever seen, and on a 1/32 scale model, it's even more difficult, as they oftentimes just look like a painted toy. I would hate to see what your other builds look like, as it most likely would be too depressing! Wow!

Mike

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Mmhh - where is the model? What a great build - top notch.

 

Cheers,

Michael

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