Condor and Ju 52

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  1. Fatucmean

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    Hi,
    ...and the Ju-52 have more four hours of work. Now I'm building also the Condor FW-200 (1:72 Revell). The cockpit, the wheels and the engines are extraordinaries in my opinion.
    More photos next week.
    By to all
    Post scriptum: See my dog ? It´s a real Portuguese Water Dog.
     

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    Can you please downsize your pictures next time. They load fine but it is a bit annoying to have to scan around the picture to see what you are looking at.
     
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    Ok!
    Ty Adler by the information. I go try send as you say.
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    No problem man, just trying to make it easier on the eyes of the viewer.
     
  5. Fatucmean

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    More some pictures of mine models
     

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    Pretty cool. Nice models.

    Just a tip though. You might want to try using an airbrush. You mask out the areas you want to paint and you get crisper lines.
     
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    Okay, looking very nice these.
     
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