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hobbyhubby51

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Looking the part Pete. Great paint work and weathering!!
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Very nice Pete, well I've had my morning coffee, watched a bit of the live show, time to go build some more. Keep up the great work mate, looking awesome as always. [smile]


Cheers mate,

I tried to watch the live show, but my broadband is so slow, it kept freezing, I only get 3 meg on a good day, but with both the kids using it , it gets too slow to stream video

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I very like your "heavy" style of weathering. Would love to see a step by step! Great work and nice progres. Looking fwd to see the cockpit come together.


Thanks Fabian, I will do a step by step tomorrow, when I weather the other cockpit parts

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looking really nice so far


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looks fantastic! The weathering looks really nice.


Thanks buddy

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I assembled a load of the cockpit parts today and gave them a base coat, I will weather them tomorrow

A quick dry fit of the parts I have done up to now, there is still another seat to go and loads more detail parts
20150205_184227 by brundledonk, on Flickr

It looking quite busy in there already, but still a long way to go
20150205_184238 by brundledonk, on Flickr

I noticed the backs of the instruments are moulded on the rear of the IP, these will be very visible through the glass nose, so I have drilled them ready for wiring
20150205_110839 by brundledonk, on Flickr
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Inbetween waiting for things to dry on the JU-88 I'm building an He-111, as most of the colours are shared between the two planes it made sense and I have made a promise to myself to reduce the stash significantly this year.

It's a big bird !
20150205_184354 by brundledonk, on Flickr

It's not much longer than the Ju-88, but a lot beefier around the middle
20150205_184417 by brundledonk, on Flickr
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Nice work on the cockpit mate, it certainly is busy in there isn't it? Revel really went to town on this one.
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Spectacular cockpit Pete. Brilliant work.
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Wow. So much detail there, and you are bringing it out perfectly. A nice busy cockpit there. Looking forward to what's next.

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Stunning. I've really got to try a 1/32. The detail is amazing and complements the PE.

Tremendous work Pete.

One question, the colour of the seats. Is that what Revell call dusty grey?

I will have to lighten it on the 1/72 version otherwise you won't see a thing [wink]
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Nice work on the cockpit mate, it certainly is busy in there isn't it? Revel really went to town on this one.


Thanks Simon,

There is so many parts that need to go in there it's unbelievable, it's giving me a bit of a headache trying to work with the Revell and Eduard instructions and not miss anything, it should look really packed in there when it's all done, the only pain in the butt is having to clean up flash off of the little parts, it does slow things down quite a bit

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Spectacular cockpit Pete. Brilliant work.


Thanks Simon, I must admit I'm not feeling the love for this kit like I thought I would, but hopefully I will pick up some enthusiasm once the cockpit is finished.

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Wow. So much detail there, and you are bringing it out perfectly. A nice busy cockpit there. Looking forward to what's next.

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Thanks Kenny,

It sure is a well detailed cockpit, and for a Revell kit it fits pretty well too, there is so much detail in here I'm hoping that most of it will be visible when it's all sealed into the fuselage

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Stunning. I've really got to try a 1/32. The detail is amazing and complements the PE.

Tremendous work Pete.

One question, the colour of the seats. Is that what Revell call dusty grey?

I will have to lighten it on the 1/72 version otherwise you won't see a thing [wink]


Thanks Nigel,

The colour on the real one was RLM 66 black Grey and the whole cockpit was painted in it, but im using Gunze fs 36118 gunship grey as its a little bit closer to Eduards etch and looks a little more scale to my eyes.
Revells colour call outs are a joke lol, some of the colour names they have sound like they would be more at home on a Dulux chart lol, so I referenced my colours from the net.
Lighter is definitely the way to go in 1/72 maybe a dark grey with a lighter grey for highlights ?

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