Breda Be 88 lince mpm 1/72

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  1. destrozas

    destrozas Well-Known Member

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    A new project is a plane that strikes me as Italian-style line Chubby looking, has a pretty special in its short operational life were only a few years was never prove feasible to use, was equipped with a motor Piaggio P. IX that were never said enough for the plane were used to make only 4 attacks on land on the island of Corsica, still a mess each with almost complete loss of the formation in 1940 attacked British alos in North Africa with the same result, which led to its withdrawal to land reequipacion quietest to attack groups
    requip in 1942 with more powerful engines fiat a74 rc 38 but had more problems than the previous ones but this is another version of this plane this particular model was the early versions 3 armed with 12.7 mm Breda Safat (5 ins ) and a 7.7-breda rear shot
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    Looking good. :)
     
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    Hope the model fairs better than the actual airplane. Looking good so far.
     
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    Nice work mate!
     
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    Interesting type, looking good so far.
     
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    these photos are from the laces to leave them as they leave the factory, I usually buy in companies such as Eastern Europe I am very acostrumbradoa to this type of laces and may work better for deep valleys, but this is good for finishing and caulking, surprised really to plastic and their quality

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    sorry airframes thanks of the two you do have merit in your work
     
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    nice job and nice subject matter,i like the more unknown types,did you make your assembly frame using old sprue
     
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    woljags, bonding as it was with a homemade glue factory that I have the same properties of tamiya extra thin (green cap) made of glue and acetone cement industry, but also I have done with other glue blisters that do not use or have nitrocellulose and solvent waste are very liquid and welded from the inside out by a very strong, plus the entire bonding area to give metal sandpaper 180 and then give the glue of the tail to the nose and trying go the right way to adapt the structure
     
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    after receiving the paintings he had commissioned to paint with Gunze rlm79 base color and make the first speckled with H74 at the expense of the 302 that is what makes the instruction

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    go with more progress.
    Maybe this is one of the most colorful I have gone okay, that and everything haveis not seen for what I have so far, well I explained rrealizado freehand as it was tedious and spent a lot of material for masking as well as lightens the painting but instead of the lame vallejo Gunze H64 and give a little bit of H11 and H33 going a little black and white to gray european touch green, similar to the rim 71, as well retouch the two chlorines green and brown for lack of stone, the result is that although I have some work on profiling the average color (stone),

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    The next thing to give me rolling paint and more paint to engines twisting something touched me as I had a very sharp mold line.
     
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    That's looking very good indeed !
     
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    WOW, stunning work on the camo.
     
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    well, advances
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    Well this part and I terminated, has been somewhat tedious work so fine it but the result is not so bad, for improvement of course,
    thank you both for responding
     
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    I really like the camo. Good work!
     
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    wow looks great
     
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