1/72 Kopro lavochkin La 5 fn

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  1. destrozas

    destrozas Well-Known Member

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    I put a project you want to do quickly without complications and that the panel is positive (outward) and is complicated to tweak it, as always in the scale that best gives me.
    The idea is to make the 906 Squadron aircraft piloted by the ace with 20 kills Spanish Fco Meronio in the winter of 1943 on Finland
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    nice progress
     
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  5. destrozas

    destrozas Well-Known Member

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    thanks all,
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    Looking forward to the effect. Did you use salt?
     
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    wurger, yes, I have used the technique of salt, but then I'll give you some very fine sandpaper after removing the salt so I hope to get the effect of winter wear in the paint
     
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    I see. But be careful of sanding. To be honest it's not the best way of making "the shabby uniform". Anyway good luck.
     
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    please do not call me your best I'm not even a Mr.
    because what I put the photos of the result, the sand is 3200 gray filled tamiya putty used to sand the joints, always in the direction of the air or access to different parts of the aircraft by ground personnel.
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    Looking good so far.
     
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    Very cool effect.
     
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    Great work mate!
     
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    thanks.
    messing with photoshop for the decals do as I have very clear that I do serve me a number to get so placing several color is appropriate, I gave him some treatment for that look on punishment as well as the plane.
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    paint the bottom with the 71008 model air and uncover the bottom of the plane the painting phase is now completed in the plane touched wheels, landing gear and so on, decals that have dried to give no problems between 24 and 48 hours .
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    Doing a good job so far!
     
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    Nice effects!
     
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    thanks guys you are too flattering
    paint the propeller and amount of ma same way that the plane, with a mixture of colors similar to the color you put the tire and a piece of sponge to give the propeller to simulate desgante and dirt. after that with very dilute black as leaks give different effects (even more trabjos necista), ailerons and rudders, smoke guns and others, painted the cockpit giving the effect as the plane but mexclas colors, with Klear dissolved W5 glass cleaner (Lidl supermarket), I give the plane to let dry 48 hours before the decals.

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    this is alalalalalalall friends
     

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    Still some of work on the model ahead of you but looking quite good.
     
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    Great effort!
     
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