LaGG-3, white 64 1/48

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  1. vesthepes

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    Hi everyone, I'm back with this ICM LaGG-3 of 3rd GvIAP. It was a fun buid with lots of new experience on the worn camo.
    Thanks for watching

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    Avijacija 1:48

    Thanks for watching
     
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    Nice job! How did you do it?
    And one other question, I assume that the lower part of the gear covers was removed so snow and mud wouldn't get clogged up, but where is the canopy?
     
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    Thanks for sharing.
    Outstanding aircraft plus great job !
     
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    #4 vesthepes, Feb 28, 2013
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    Thanks guys.
    meatloaf109, this particular plane had fixed tail wheel and removed sliding canopy.

    http://mig3.sovietwarplanes.com/lagg3/3gviap/3gviap64.html

    It must had been a real pleasure flying around in Leningrad winter with wind in your face...

    The technique was made with the help of AK Interactive - Worn effects acrylic fluid. Very easy to use. First you spray this fluid between the two colors (in this case after the green, before the white) and just scuff the upper paint off with a wet brush. Same can be done with hairspray or maybe fine sanding paper.
     
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    Love the camo. Great job.
    Ed
     
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    Nice effect!!
     
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    I echo the post above. :)
     
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    I'm with everyone. Good job!
     
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    Thanks fellas, glad you like it...
     
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    Excellent work!!
     
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    Very nicely done. I did my winter camo by spraying acrylic white over enamel base and using fine sandpaper.
     
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    nicely done!
     
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    Nice work, and great commentary on camo.
     
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