Yugoslav F-47D

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  1. djos

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    Hi to all

    i was criticized by my son that i did not show his work here. So i will use my account for that, because his written English is not enough good that he can do it by himself....for now.

    Model is Revell Thunderbolt P-47D 1:72 in Yugoslav camouflage (1945)
    I must say that Filip done that model by himself. Iit was his 7th model, and first without my help. He only used my advices. As i worked on some other models at that time he tried to copy every step. How he done that....you decide :D
    He won first place on New Year Cup in Belgrade last year.
    He is working now on P51D in Yugoslav markings....but about that...later

    Sorry for long story, that was introducing, now model

    Best regards

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    7th model only..... P47 looks real good!! nice
    Keep it up

    Piet.:p
     
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    Tell him we said nice job, sheesh he does a good job on those panel lines and seams.
     
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    Nicely done Filip!
     
  5. Matt308

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    Well done! I love the camoflage scheme.
     
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    He has done a great job!
     
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    I've built about 50 model aircraft and mine never looked anywhere near that nice. :shock: WOW, that's sharp. Excellent work by your son Djos!:thumbright:
     
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    Your son does nice work.keep him at it.
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    Excellent! I love to see the younger ones taking an interest and learning from fathers, brothers friends and so on. Keep at it Filip!!
     
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