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GasPatch Models 1/48 Henschel HS123 A1

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Dear friends here is the superb kit from Gaspatch Models of the iconic Henschel 123 . The build was straight OOB with no after market items . Painted with the Chinese air force colors and markings , Hope you like it !!! 

 Have a happy and creative new year . 

 

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Lovely model,..... amazing colour scheme and very interesting too,....... I`m not too sure that the Communist Chinese flag is right for this one though?

 

Cheers

            Tony 

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dear Tony thank you for your kind Words , this is the profil i re create 

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Wow, wow and several more wow's! That camo must have taken days to do.

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Really nice `123 there and great job on the camo`

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Posted (edited)
2 hours ago, tonyot said:

I`m not too sure that the Communist Chinese flag is right for this one though?

This would be a Nationalist Chinese aircraft...

 

Nifty camo!  Don't forget the roundels...

Edited by John D.C. Masters

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Outstanding 

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Posted (edited)
2 hours ago, John D.C. Masters said:

This would be a Nationalist Chinese aircraft...

 

Nifty camo!  Don't forget the roundels...

I was trying to be diplomatic,.... but yes. ....... as we both know that Communist China did not actually exist at this time.

I`m presuming that the roundels are on the underside only.

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That's an SM camouflage challenge if I ever saw one! Amazing skills and persistence…

 

The Communist revolution resulted in the Peoples Republic of Chine on Oct 1st, 1949, as others have referred to.

 

Excellent modelling!

 

Kind regards,

 

Joachim

 

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3 hours ago, tonyot said:

trying to be diplomatic

Of course.  You were referring to the communist flag in the backdrop...and rightly so.  My error! :banghead: This aircraft did have roundels though.

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Just an overall stunning job!  Love the fact that you would have even attempted this scheme let alone pulled it off so beautifully, shows great courage.

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Brilliant camo job!...this model is just wonderful, I did one of these last year, and you did a stunning work. Congratulations!

 

Luiz.

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Crazy camouflage, looks fantastic.

Best regards

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Fantastic. How did you create the scheme?

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Thank you all for youre kind words . Roundels are on the underside only , i post a photo of the kit profile and im pretty sure that Kostas Patsaros ( owner of Gaspatch ) made a great research about that . I create that scheme by brush and extremely thinned acrylic paint , it took a while but the result worth it ......

 

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Smacked my gob too! 😁  Dayum, that is some fantastic modeling, especially that striking camo job.   Very impressive for sure! :worthy:

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Certainly a labour of love, great work, very well done.

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That camouflage is superb - great job!:clap2:

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Dang!

 

Those are some mad painting skills! :worthy:

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