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Hi Guys

Being in the medical sector I can't have much time to model at the moment. But I still found time to make this superb Spitfire from eduard.

Hope you like it.

Cheers and keep safe.

 

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Joel

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A beautiful Spitfire and an interesting and unusual scheme very well applied. 

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Lovely model, and an excellent finish with the camo.

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Very nicely done indeed! Interesting and unusual scheme too.

 

Miguel

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Very well done and quite uniqe subject! With these extended wingtips it looks a bit pterodactylish!

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Yowzah! As the others have already stated, a beautifully built and finished model in a very attractive scheme. Especially liked how nicely you depicted the characteristic leakage and staining on the lower cowling. Weathering is very restrained and realistic. She's a beaut! 👍

Mike

 

Always wondered how much the roll rate suffered with those extended wingtips.

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That is very nice indeed. Love the colour scheme. Can I ask what paints you used?

 

Cheers, Allan

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Great work, good job on the cowling too. Nice paints

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5 hours ago, almac said:

That is very nice indeed. Love the colour scheme. Can I ask what paints you used?

 

Cheers, Allan

Thank's a lot guys and for Alan:

 

Of course for the paint, i use the MRPaint.

-MRP 108 Dark earth

-MRP119 Azure Blue

-MRP121 Middle stone.

 

For the middle stone i think the color is too light original but suddenly it matches well for a painting thinned by the sun.

 

Regards

 

Joel

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