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Dmitry Stelmakh

F-86D Sabre Dog 1/72 Hasegawa

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Hello!

It's my next model.

Bu putty, super glue and sandpaper was in my hands. Some details didn’t fit well

As addition I used resin wheels Reskit, Eduards photoetching set.

Painting-Hataka

Weathering -oil dots, washes and salt dots.

Scratches and chipped- silver pencil.

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The model and the photos with the shelter in the background are most impressive!

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Great work, the chipping effects and weathering, ageing of the paintjob is really good!

 

Rich

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Nice job: I have photos of camo Greek F-86Ds and they look equally worn in real life!👍

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What a, well can't think of the words, gorgeous, stunning. Fu..... Brilliant mate 

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Wow,I expected another natural metal finish Sabre Dog but that is magnificent Dmitry,great scheme and beautifully weathered.

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I love it!

 

Martin

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Outstanding 

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Am I the only one who thinks that Hellenic AF isn't exactly renown for clean aircraft? 

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Nice job Dmitry, I've some Hi Decals for a scheme like this, & the Hasegawa kit. I  don't expect my finish will be as convincing as yours, but this build is very inspirational all the same.

Steve.

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Great result.  Much more interesting in the Greek scheme.

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