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Tempest Mk.II "late" / Eduard / 1:48


mathy
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Hi all,

some pictures of my latest build, the Eduard Tempest Mk.II in 1:48. Add the Brassin Flaps (3D print), the rest is OOB. Built a German based No 16 SQN airfcraft from RAF Fassberg

 

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14 minutes ago, dogsbody said:

Wow! That looks great! 

 

Those first two photos look so realistic. Do you have any larger size photos to post here?

 

 

 

Chris

 

Click on the pictures to see full size ones, Chris.

 

And Mathy, that is rather good work. Well done!

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Disgraceful. Someone found some 1945 colour photographs of a Temepest, and is trying to pass them off as his modelling?

 

😜

 

Seriously - outstanding build & photography. I've got the "early boxing" in the stash - if it turns out 10% as good as yours, I'll be happy. 

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14 hours ago, mahavelona said:

Stunning.

 

What weathering technique did you use? I am especially interested in the very realistic patina that you gave created across the surface.

For the weathering I used mostly conventional methods like oilcolors (black and brown), pasel and post-shading with airbrush. Morover I used the nice AK pencils

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