A couple of Jugs 1/48

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  1. javlin

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    #1 javlin, Sep 1, 2013
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    Last one for the awhile!promise! These are alittle over ayear ago both are Tamiya's great kits while the Razorback is only about 85% done just acouple of things left.I dont think that I posted the NM finish because of a wart(fingerprint) on the L/wing but today thought she still looks half way decent.I have a P-47N in NM from Revell thats about 60% complete that I may change to Polished NM since I am playing in that realm attm.Well I hope the builds look OK fellas I know I have not been to active within the forum much lately but life has been painfully busy along with a couple health issues of late for both the wife and I.
     

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    How did you do that................:lol: you must been do an I spy type of thing :) Thanks Wojtek :thumbright:
     
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    Nice Jugs!!!!

    you knew it would happen!
     
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    Can't beat a pair of nice jugs....
     
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    Okay there it is. I waiting for that. And I should have guessed who would be first. :lol:
     
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    They both beat me to it
     
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    I was going to say, You can't beat a couple of nice jugs, But..........
    Very nice work.
    Ed
     
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    #11 javlin, Sep 1, 2013
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    Sorry Bill just mess'in around Cheers ;)
     
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    Nice work. Just building the Razorback myself and am very impressed with the quality of kit. First Tamiya kit I have built and will be sticking with them from now on, if this kit is anything to go by.

    Cheers Chris
     
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    they both look great Kevin
     
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    Can't say they were the pair of jugs I was looking for but I should of expected that...

    Good work Kevin!
     
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    Very, very nice. There is something very purposeful about the P47. Great looking finish on both models, what paint did you use for your NMF T'Bolt?
     
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    I believe that was an SNJ at that time.I have of late been experirmenting with Alclad.I found though when doing your struts an it seems to have a decent effect paint regular silver and apply the SNJ powder with a stiff brush on area within the oleo then q-tip.m ;)
     
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    Man! What a nice pair O' bouncy_zps81bf516a.gif Would love to see some close up photos!
     
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