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Fuad

1/72 de Havilland Sea Venom FAW. 21, Cyber Hobby+Eduard

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Hi, everyone! I decide to continue the Suez theme. And now I present you Se Venom from "Ark Royal".

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Good job. 👍
Very nice !!!!

Cheers.

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Your painting finesse and quality is second to none, that is superb!

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Another beautifully built and finished model Fuad.

 

Cheers

 

malcolm

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very nice indeed. congrats

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That is gorgeous, Fuad.

 

Martin

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That's absolutely stunning. 

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Lovely! Another superbly finished kit!

 

Miguel

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Looks great Fuad.  A beautiful paint job as always.  I've heard bad things about this kit but your treatment has certainly inspired me to get one.  I fancy the RAF NF.3 incarnation.

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Lovely Sea Venom.

 

Well done in my favourite scale

 

My question is this.....do you think it's harder to add realism/detail/features/finishes to aircraft in the post WWII era?

 

Or are they just a different canvas to explore??

 

Bruce

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3 hours ago, Meatbox8 said:

 I've heard bad things about this kit...

Plastic is not bad, it fits normally. Decal of excellent Italian quality. But the assembly instructions compiled by some kind of idiot. A few items on the assembly is clearly not enough. The purpose of some of the details is still not clear.

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27 minutes ago, Winenut said:

My question is this.....do you think it's harder to add realism/detail/features/finishes to aircraft in the post WWII era?

 

Or are they just a different canvas to explore??

 

Bruce

I built more than 200 models of the era of WWII. And I still have about 40 models of that era. It can be said that the main aircraft are illuminated by me. Now I want to touch on the theme of the Korean War and the Suez Crisis. And yet, basically, I want to make models of warring planes. They are more interesting in terms of the presence of weathering. I think in peacetime, the technique is very clean, because nothing to do and technical staff all the time brings order).

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Superb ! really nice work

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Wow, that is superb.  The standard of finish is absolutely first-class!

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Another very impressive model! I like especially the crystal clear canopy and flaps!

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As we have grown accustomed from you Fuad.............IMPRESSIVE!!!!!!

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Thanks for the kind words, mates. I exhibit only here and on my Facebook page. Unfortunately, other environment is too unfriendly, unlike you 😘.

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