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Revell 1/32 spitfire MK.IXc Belgian air force


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Almost straight out of the box , only some modifications on the upper wings and lot of detail adding at the rather <<empty>> Revell's cockpit . Painted with Alclad high speed silver and MRP paints . Decals by Daco and serial numbers by homemade painting masks seat beltsand wet tranfer stencils  by HGW . Hope you like it , Have a great day and stay healthy 

Greetings from Greece , Dimitris .

 

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Love the look of this! A metal Spit, beautifully crafted. Well done indeed 👍

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Super build on the Spitfire, always love those colourful Belgian markings.

 

Wulfman

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Truly beautiful Spitfire! The cockpit is just amazing!

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Very cool, I don't think I've seen this scheme before :clap:

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Hits the sweet spot. Really like it. Nice to see a Spit that is a bit different.

 

Dick

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Posted (edited)
10 hours ago, Paul Bradley said:

Lovely work! How did you do the staining/burning behind the exhausts? 

First i apply by airbrushing the major colors ( black , grey , dark brown , withe ) using enamel paints . Then with a brush dipped in white spirit i mix the colors i some places , in other places i remove them and also somtimes ti add fresh pure color where that is needed . This technique gives me the burnt color effect . 

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Wow, wow, and wow!!!!!!  This Spitfire belongs in a museum.  Impressive!!!!! :goodjob:

 

Mike

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Great looking Spitfire and love the scheme you chose too

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Wow this looks absolutely lovely, great paint work and like the exhaust staining too.  Great work.

All the best

Chris

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