P-51 Mustang (1/72 Academy)

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  1. MR.MODELAAR

    MR.MODELAAR New Member

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    Well, well, well.
    After a long period break I´m back. Last time I´ve decided for 1/72 scale P-51. Of course, You can find there some mistakes, but I´m happy with the result. I do not have a lot of free time because of my extracurricural activities such as sports and girls of course:lol:. BTW: I´m finaly 16!\\:D/ Next time, I´ll publish here my build of P-38 also in 1/72 scale from the beggining till the end. However, I must buy a Eduard´s color zoom.
     

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    Very nice.:)
     
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    Agreed, very nice!
     
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    Very nice indeed! One small point though; the real aircraft was less than six months old and, even though it stood outside in the fickle British weather, I think the panel fading wouldn't be as heavy. Very well done though!
     
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    Thanks to all of You.
    Airframes: I agree with your opinion. However, i like airbrushing my kits in this way and the weathering is not so heavy, this pics were made with flash.
     
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    Nice work.
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    One to be proud of. Nice work.
     
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    Yep!....very nice....:D
     
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