Eduard 1/32 BF109 E-7 trop

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  1. ellis995

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    Hi guys
    Here is the finished model

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    Came out great Keith. One of my favourite camo schemes.
     
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    Looking great Keith. You have really improved your skills. :thumbright: Keep it up.
     
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    thanks guys
    really pleased with it.
    Wear and tear is not up to scratch as are the exhaust stains and the gun smoke stains
     
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    Nice work Keith, and I agree with Wojtek. As regards the 'wear and tear', this is something which comes with practice and experience. One thing though, it's a good idea to study pics of the subject, to see what, and where, any weathering is. On your model, there's what appears to be bare metal showing through on the port flap, at the fuselage end. This was fabric covered, and mostly had a warning stencil stating 'Nicht Betreten', literally, 'No Treading', or No Step, and often an 'L' shaped line bracketing the area, sometimes red, sometimes pale blue. So, no metal wear on that area, as an example of 'where and how'.
    Looking forward to your next one mate, as your skills are definitely getting better - airbrush next mate !
     
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    Well done Keith!:D
     
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    great job Keith
     
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    Look'in good there Keith ;) Cheers
     
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    Thanks guys
     
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    Very nice. You'll always be unhappy with your own work ,thats what drives you to improve.
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    thanks for the compliments guys
     
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    What's next Keith?
     
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    The forthcoming 1/32nd scale B25 ???
     
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    Chuck in the He111 too!:D
     
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    Or maybe a 1/18th scale 21st Century Toys B25, with fully detailed interior and bomb bay etc ........
     
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    Got board so started the Eduard 1/48 FW190 A-8/R2 :oops:
    cockpit done and put it in the fusalage. Keeping the 1/32 88 for awhile as i want more practice and more experience:oops:
     
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    and you will have to build a hangar for it too...:D
     
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    That's why my cunning plan is to build mine for the Slavicin Museum - then it'll be their storage/display problem, not mine !
     
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