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Spitfire Mk.Ia Tamiya 1/48

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New Tamiya set with a few resin and PE extras. Decals by Model Maker and MRP painst so simply, easy model that needs only half of year. Marking: 303 SQN Polish Air Force, beginning of 1941. Every comments are welcome.

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Nice build, stunning paint job and weathering.

Graeme

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Very nice build - close up pictures like these can really show up any faults. Beautifully finished and weathered too - looks every inch the war weary warrior. I have seen the MRP DE/DG before and haven't really been convinced by the colours, particularly the Dark Earth, but this looks good.

 

Cheers

 

Malcolm

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Beauty. Spitfires in early war colours look the best

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Wow - congrats to a really beautiful model. I would say this one of the best looking Spitfire models I have seen this year.

 

Cheers,

Michael

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Nicely done model. 

 

My only criticism is the way the clear parts look like an afterthought, as they do match the rest of the airframe.  Clear parts and the way some modeller's address them are a pet peeve of mine.

 

Cheers

Randy

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1 hour ago, Cellarfrog said:

Nice! great job on the weathering and dirt.

What did you use for the panel line wash?

Everything :) but mainly Shadow for Desert Brown on the bottom (Sky & Black) and DAK wash for upper surfaces.bUzeowu.jpg

 

Those centeres I wiped (like a dry brush) by Landing Gear wash.

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Below a few photos of painting bottom.

 

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It is ready for flight.......so realistic finish

Beautiful build and weathered model

Best regards Djordje

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That is an awesome model! 

Thank you for posting the progress pics too, it is nice to see how you acheived such a nice finish!

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Stunning build, stunning

well done!!!

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Wow! She's heavily weathered, that's for sure. And I'm not normally a fan. But that works. That really works. Excellent build, finish and photos. My only observation (and I speak with absolutely NO experience of them) is the MRP Dark Earth just feels somehow ever so not quite right. 

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That's an interesting finish. You have shown great control of the top coats to achieve that look. It is so easy to over do them and loose the effect. Well done.

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Lovely job, she really looks as if she's been in the wars.

 

Pete

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Oooohhhh that's rather nice! :clap:

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