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Latest off the bench is the Tamiya 1/32 Zero OOTB. Nice kit as you would expect but the undercarriage is a real faff as it can be raised and lowered. ……. Why???  Decals are for the Rabaul fighter Group.

The green I mixed up as I found I had non of the correct shade and Hobbycraft  are shut …. :crying: 

 

Please feel free to comment etc.

Thanks for looking

 

Dick

 

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Edited by jenko

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This is quite awesome ! How did you do this rivets effects? They are really beautiful. 

 

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Just now, TitouanB said:

How did you do this rivets effects? They are really beautiful. 

 

That's Mr. Tamiya

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1 minute ago, jenko said:

That's Mr. Tamiya

Ok, the model is this fine? Damn. Looking forward to building a Tamiya model!

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It's like working on a Rolls Royce

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That's a real monster, looks awesome

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Many thanks for your kind comments and likes. Muck appreciated.

 

Dick 

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Beautifully done, very fine finish and built with great precision. Well done 👏👏👏

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I like it a lot, very neat work

Regards Djordje

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Excellent factory finish build. 

 

The model looks pristine, were you not tempted to do a bit of chipping or weathering?  

Cheers Greg 👍

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Now, that looks really good.

i've just started this, and I am surprised by the Metallic Blue/Clear Green mix, not the colour I was expecting to see in the wheel bays.

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Great factory-fresh Zero, a nice deviation from those all-chipped ones. Not that they look bad, but this one's very good for a change and you've built it great.

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It looks very good and the color looks correct to me👍🏻
Well built and thank you for sharing!
 

cheers, Jan

 

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Nice looking model, thanks for sharing. The Tamiya  Zero looks great in the box and looks like it builds up nicely too.

 

Cheers,

 

Mark

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Many thanks for your comments. 

These big Tamiya kits are expensive BUT we all deserve a little luxury once in a while, especially in these difficult times. Just wish Tamiya would expand the range.  How about upscaling the fantastic 109 in 1/48 ????

 

Dick   

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