Revell 1/32 junkers ju 87 D-1

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  1. ellis995

    ellis995 Active Member

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    Hi guys and Girls
    This is my new project which i started yesterday
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    here are some pics of the build so far,The fuselage was a brilliant fit with no sanding or filling:)

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    looks like you've made a great start mate ! keep it up
     
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    Off to a good start Ellis.
     
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    thanks guys

    can only improve my skills with everybodys help?
     
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    That's going to be one big bird! Good luck mate. :D
     
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    Looking good Keith, keep it up mate.
     
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    Looks good!
     
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    thanks terry,Maximowitz and catch22.

    I will put more pics up later
     
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    Always love me a Stuka! The detail is brilliant, I will have to check this kit out!
     
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    Hi guys and girls

    here are some more update pics to show how i am getting on. The underside pic shows the only gap i have to fill and sand at the moment:oops:

    The sideview pic is to show the rust colour i have made up ( i know its not right but i had to give it a go:oops: ) sideview j87d.jpg

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    looks good to me
     
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    Coming along nicely!
     
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    Thanks guys.

    it should be finished tomorrow ( build wise ) it is a easy build no major worries with the kit. On a skill 1 - 10 i would give this a 5 at the moment. i could change it when the build is finished :?:.

    IF i had to say which was the toughest build between the spitfire MK22/24 and this one? it would have to be the spit.
     
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    Coming along nicely Keith.
     
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    With all here...nice progress so far. :)
     
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    Looks great Keith, any idea of a paint scheme.
     
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    Agreed!....looking good so far Keith!
     
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    Can't remember if I said looks good, but looks good!

    Watching this build only makes me kick myself as there was one in a store, I procrastinated, and bam, it was gone.
     
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    Thanks guys

    the paint scheme is this one. Just the standard one as i just use normal paints and brushes :oops: ( not the fancy spray gun system :):) ) SORRY its side on :oops:

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    Hi guys girls:)

    Thought i would have finished this today but had some business to see to:( So only done a little bit today. Here are the pics. You can hardly see the difference. Just noticed a few things that have gone awol, also had to improvise on a little part as a very small part disappeared into a crack in the floor never to be seen again:(:oops: Sorry about the quality of the pics tail j87d.jpg

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