Ju87D-8 Night intruder 1/48 Revell

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    All things considered not a bad deal for a $10 no frill build, Any critiques/comments always welcome!

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    Wow, what a beauty! I like the paint job. How was it done?
     
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    I gotta agree, how did you do it?
     
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    #4 treyzx10r, Apr 25, 2011
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    Andy,David thanks for the kind words. I first did a standard RLM splinter with the a/b then sealed it with automotive urethane clear thinned down 30%-40% . Then I used a hairy stick to paint the Rlm79 squiggle in modelmaster enamel . The urethane clear allowed me to wipe off any mistakes with alcohol quickly and easily without upsetting the standard splinter underneath. My eyes still hurt tho ,lol
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    Well, that's pretty dam impressive!
     
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    Simply outstanding.
     
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    Huge thanks ! I was only able to do this technique because of the raised panel lines ,the recessed lines would have filled up with the clear and been lost.
     
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    I'll bet, mine hurt just looking at it:shock:

    Beautiful job!
     
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    Thanks for the explanation Trey. Looks fantastic!
     
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    Echo the post above. Looks great. Only one thing... shouldn't the swastika be larger?
     
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    Very nice model.
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    Most impressive
     
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    With all here. :D
     
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    Nicely done!
     
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    Pretty damn good work!
     
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    outstanding paint job
     
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    Very impressive painting! And thanks for the explanation, so that we others could try to learn it
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    nicely done NSGr 9 crate. actually there were NO D-7 or D-8's. what you are presenting is a D-5 with long rod 2cm mg151/20's and their flash hiders. NSGr 9 and all the NSGr's fited with Ju 87's had D-3's and D-5's in their line-ups.
     
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    Very nice indeed !
     
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    Impressive paint job. Thanks so much for sharing your technique.
     
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