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Fuad

1/72 North American B-25H-1 Mitchell, Hasegawa + Big Ed

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Hi, everyone! It's my next model from Hasegawa.
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That is a stunning build and finish, to my eyes your paint work and weathering is spot on, superb!

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Beautiful model, weathering is not over done and very realistic.  Congratulations I had to look back and confirm it was 1/72 and not a larger scale. 

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Excellent Mitchell there Fuad, really nice work

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I love the patchy faded OD. Did you use the salt technique?

Also nice paint chipping: did you use chipping fluid/hairspray, a brush or a silver pancil?

Very good work!

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Fantastic model. I love the weathering and detail. The subject is great too. I have Dog Daize in 1/48 but she will need some refreshment.

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42 minutes ago, Doc72 said:

I love the patchy faded OD. Did you use the salt technique?

Also nice paint chipping: did you use chipping fluid/hairspray, a brush or a silver pancil?

Very good work!

Hey. I used special stencils for weathering (some Spanish company), and also made stencils for identification marks and muzzle. Chipping made with the Prismacolor silver pencil. 

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Beautiful work as always, Fuad! That weathering is very impressive.

 

Regards,

 

Jason

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Superb!! I love that weathered finish. Wel done!

 

Miguel

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Fantastic work and weathering. very well done mate

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Absolutely beautiful!

I love the pugnacious look of that version.

Having built Hasegawa's J-version, I am sure this one was equally nice to build.

Love your technique with the prismacolor pencil - which I have tried myself, but too tentatively compared to you.

Fantastic work all-round!

:clap:

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She's a real stunner :wub:

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WOWOWOWOWOWOW. What a cracking build. Is there a WIP to go with it?

 

Cheers,

 

Yvan

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2 hours ago, Yvan S said:

Is there a WIP to go with it?

Cheers,

Yvan

Hello. Unfortunately, I don't lead WIP.

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Not sure why you didn't mention it, and nobody has spotted it either but... that's VERY impressive rivet work!

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