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Justin M

Mig-15 1/72 Eduard

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Finished Mig-15 using AK Interactive xtreme metal paints. Very nice kit to build and paints much easier to use than Alclad! 

 

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Brilliant metal finish. That looks pristine!

Hope you're going to share more of your work.

 

Alan

 

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I love the finish on this. Did you put a sealer on it?

 

I was thinking of starting a Dragon MiG-15 this weekend -- seeing this makes me want to start it more!  Great job!

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Nice work Justin

 

Completely agree about the Xtreme metal paints. Did you use a varnish of any kind over them?

 

James

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Superb little MiG there, great job !

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I tried AK extreme metal aluminium this week for the first time. Highly impressed with their colour, smoothness and durability. Take a Mr Color gloss coat without loosing sheen either.

 

Might looks snazzy, thx for posting 

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Hello Justin,

 

Very nice looking Mig UTI – I'd also be happy to see more pics.

 

Can I ask you and @Tempestwulf  whether the AK Extreme Metals are lacquer-based paints?  I'm tempted to get the AK Soviet Aircraft 1950-1970 Colours Set, but I'm hesitant to start using lacquers. It seems odd that there would be sets that are a mix of acrylics and lacquers.

 

Many thanks,

David

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The clear coat is Alclad Aqua gloss. Very easy to use. AK Xtreme Metals say they are enamels on the side of the bottles. They dry pretty quick and coverage is excellent. 

 

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Very impressive Justin! Well done. :thumbsup:

Kind regards,

Stix

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