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Hi there!

This is my first output of 2020. 

Bf-110E2 in 1/48 scale from Dragon Models. A very nice kit with

tons of detail. Fitting was not an issue. Built OOB.

Oil drums and Jerrycans are from Bronco. A highly recommended kit!

 

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Another absolute beauty Thant - Love it! Sandgelb is a tricky one to get to look right and I think you have nailed it! Looks very convincing to me.As a matter of interest which paints did you use? 

 

Cheers

 

Malcolm

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Superb work, that is a great looking model.

 

Duncan B

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16 hours ago, Baldy said:

Another absolute beauty Thant - Love it! Sandgelb is a tricky one to get to look right and I think you have nailed it! Looks very convincing to me.As a matter of interest which paints did you use? 

 

Cheers

 

Malcolm

Hello , 

I used Mr Color C119 (RLM79 Sand Yellow) and C115(RLM65 Light Blue) for the belly.

Thanks.

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