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Hello! This is my first gallery in this forum. To the MC.205 Veltro 1:48 Italeria I added a few additives in the form of resins and plates. I also used paints dedicated to Italian aviation from bilmodels company, so far these are the best paints I have had a chance to work with. As always with valorization, not everything fits perfectly, there were a few places where I had to think a little bit how to put it together. In summary, the construction went smoothly. Below are pictures of the finished model. Maybe somebody will like my sweats.

 

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And a couple of construction photos:

 

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That's just brilliant and what an introduction!    As said, the camo paint work looks sensational, as does the PE work; please take a bow for that beautifully done cockpit as well. :clap2:  Thanks for sharing your build here!  😀

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6 hours ago, Gary Brantley said:

That's just brilliant and what an introduction!    As said, the camo paint work looks sensational, as does the PE work; please take a bow for that beautifully done cockpit as well. :clap2:  Thanks for sharing your build here!  😀

Well said and I'll add total agreement with what you said.

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Very nice Kriss. I built the Italeri re-boxed kit and the original Hasegawa kit at the same time and had more trouble with the Hasegawa fit. I cheated and used Italeri’s smoke ring decals

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A real beauty, a lot of work has gone into that with all the brasswork. 

 

Cheers

 

John

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This is why the Italian AF had some of the smartest and most attractive camouflage schemes of WWII.  Excellent results and your attention to detail is first rate.  This is certainly one to be proud of.  :like:

 

Mike

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Hello! Thanks for the kind words and that you liked my work, this is my first model on the BR forum. My next job here will be my next. Currently I use H&S Infiniti airbrush, for painting I used Italian aviation paint from Bilmodel. Exhaust flanks painted with an airbrush in matching colors, black, brown, white and what I had at hand. I made the rest of the stains with pigments, bought in the artists' shop.

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