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BlueNosers352nd

Eduard 1/48 F6F-3 Profipack, VF-38 #117

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On 09/04/2020 at 23:00, BlueNosers352nd said:

Here's how she sits at the moment.  If anyone has suggestions (for the future) on masking edges like on the fuselage where it meets the wing.  Had a hard time doing that, to the point I see I got a little touch up to do right where the wing meets the fuselage.

 

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No problem, thanks for the thought though.  Sent a message to Eduards support link, we'll see what happens.  I honestly don't remember ever seeing them.  Oh well, we'll see how it goes and go from there.  Fortunately not rushed for time.

Hi

Excellent job

If it is for the future I can suggest you to leave the wings disassembled until the end and paint the model with the wings disassembled, they fitted very well

 

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11 minutes ago, Pierpaolo said:

If it is for the future I can suggest you to leave the wings disassembled until the end and paint the model with the wings disassembled, they fitted very well

That's a good idea.   This is one kit that it will definitely work with.  Other than the painting and decal issues, this build has been a easy and blast.  Just falls together.

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Posted (edited)

It's a wrap.......well, before I mess anything else up I'm calling it a wrap.

 

Teaser.....rest is in the gallery or on my Flicker.

 

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Absolutely stunning work, love this scheme and you really have brought it to life.

 

Rob

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Really a very nice Hellcat, very well done 👍

 

AW

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