Reggiane Re.2002 - Sword 1/72

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    #1 klugi, Nov 15, 2014
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    Here is a model of the Re.2002 that I built last winter. The build was an experiment as it was the first time I tried the salt weathering technique as well as using oils for weathering. The kit was built mostly straight from the box with a few added scratch built details and a ready panel from Yahu.

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    Cheers
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    Well done. :thumbright:
     
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    Yes, very well done and a pleasure to look at!
     
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    Excellent work!
     
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    Thanks all
     
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    Good work!
     
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    Great model. Looks almost like a P-35 doesn't it?
     
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    Very nice job!
     
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    Many tanks.

    Definitely, there were a few similar designs in the late 30's
     
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    Great work, I love the temporizated, looks fine.

    Saludos y felicidades. :thumbup:

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    Hard to believe it's 1/72 Complements Sir ;)
     
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