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CedB

Me410 A-1 RFI - FineMolds 1/72

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The final Luftwaffe subject in my stash (for now) has just been completed - FineMolds Me410.

A nice kit that went together well with some fine detail.

 

Finished with Vallejo Model Air over grey Stynylrez primer and sealed with Winsor & Newton matt varnish.

 

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PJ Productions crew look happy with it:

 

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Bombs posed with wire:

 

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From the WiP, showing the details of the kit internals:

 

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WiP thread:

 

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Beautiful result, Ced - and the bomb dropping pose is just ace! :clap:  :clap: 

 

Ciao

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Smart pilot, jettisoning the bomb load before trying to land with two stalled engines. 😉

 

Seriously, a great looking Me 410 in an evocative position!

 

Excellent modelling.

 

Kind regards,

 

Joachim

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Top job Kemosabe

 

The bomb dropping might have to become a CedB feature now, works so well

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Lovely work Ced, the additions of the falling bombs adds to its pose.

 

Simon.

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1 hour ago, giemme said:

Beautiful result, Ced - and the bomb dropping pose is just ace! :clap:  :clap: 

 

Ciao

Thanks Giorgio - worth the effort IMHO :) 

53 minutes ago, Spitfire31 said:

Smart pilot, jettisoning the bomb load before rying to land with two stalled engines. 😉

 

Seriously, a great looking Me 410 in an evocative position!

 

Excellent modelling.

 

Kind regards,

 

Joachim

:rofl2: Thanks Joachim

36 minutes ago, perdu said:

Top job Kemosabe

 

The bomb dropping might have to become a CedB feature now, works so well

Cheers Bill - not sure about that; what about the furniture! :D 

18 minutes ago, rob85 said:

Looks ace Ced, nice work!

 

Rob

Thanks Rob :) 

5 minutes ago, Spookytooth said:

Lovely work Ced, the additions of the falling bombs adds to its pose.

 

Simon.

Thanks Simon - does add something doesn't it? :) 

1 minute ago, keefr22 said:

Top job Ced!

 

K

Ta Keith, glad you like it :) 

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Bombs away! Looks great posed like that, much better than just sitting on a shelf.

 

Duncan B

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I'm a liking it, a really sharp number there Ced, worth the trip from Wip to RFI to check it out. ;) :D

Steve.

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30 minutes ago, Duncan B said:

Bombs away! Looks great posed like that, much better than just sitting on a shelf.

 

Duncan B

Thanks Duncan - glad you like it :) 

17 minutes ago, stevehnz said:

I'm a liking it, a really sharp number there Ced, worth the trip from Wip to RFI to check it out. ;) :D

Steve.

Kind of you, thanks Steve :) 

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Thanks Vinnie and Bill, pleased you like it :)

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Looking fine in your cabinet. And as Bill said now out with the B-29 :whistle:

Cheers

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Thanks Ben :D 

 

Now that would need a lot of wire… :hmmm:

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Very nice job Ced and very tidy canopy masking.

I'll be pleased if my 1/48 one turns out as well (if it ever gets anywhere near the work bench that is).

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Thanks Gorbs :) 

 

I do like the Oramask film for canopy masking and Giorgio and Bill’s tip of brushing gloss down the edges has made it easier too. 

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Great job Ced, altough your office will be a little less safe with more 1/72 bombs falling from the ceiling!

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Thanks Cookie - glad you like her :) 

 

BTW I've just ordered a KP Spitfire Vb (your recommended kit) to model AB910 for 'Margaret's Unexpected Flight'; remember we talked about this at BBMF?

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Thanks Walter :) 

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20 hours ago, CedB said:

BTW I've just ordered a KP Spitfire Vb (your recommended kit) to model AB910 for 'Margaret's Unexpected Flight'; remember we talked about this at BBMF?

Oh, I do remember that story Ced, that will make a fantastic modelling subject.

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Real top drawer. Best “in action” pose ever.  Nice work kidda.

 

Johnny.

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Thanks Johnny :) 

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