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Ok very nearly done, just the Antenna and Pitot tube to go back on otherwise I am calling it done!

 

The fuseage was a bit warped and as this was for a friends kid to build I took it on an gave him something simplier and Of course I did not read the instructions and had to split the wings post cementing to insert the cannons and the blanking piece for the outer wing!!

 

All done with Humbrol enamels and Alclad II Matt  on top.

 

49325130402_0a70ad873e_k.jpg604_0464 by Georgeconna32, on Flickr

 

49324431933_702461669d_k.jpg604_0465 by Georgeconna32, on Flickr

 

49324913051_0f154cb704_k.jpg604_0467 by Georgeconna32, on Flickr

 

49325129857_d1941a1033_k.jpg604_0468 by Georgeconna32, on Flickr

Edited by George Norman
adding in some extra info.

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Nicely done!!!!  Great results after fighting through the warped fuselage.  

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Great job!

 

Luiz.

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9 hours ago, Walter said:

Very nice,  the panel lines look a little heavy am I right? 

Look no different to other brands TBH Walter. Maybe not a fine as Fujima or Hasegawa but they did the job for me.

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Cracking build.

 

I too forgot about the cannon barrels but slipped them in from the outside.

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A lovely little build. 

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Good work! Given me the kick I need to finish my one off. I had the same problems as you with the fuselage, getting all the cowling panels to line up properly. A good looking kit though.

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Lovely job and very realistically weathered too. :thumbsup2:

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Looks like a great build, very nice indeed

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I "liked" your original post while on my phone, now I've seen it on the home PC, I'm most impressed with it, as nice a one of these I've seen I think. That's a BIG LIKE from me. 👍

Steve.

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