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Pepper-Mint

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That's a lot of assembly, and detail in that engine. I really need to get a 1/32 kit with one of these big radial engines in it. They look like a lot of fun.

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Looks like Plenty of details in this kit to keep you occupied, Trumpeter like adding loads of internal details too Pete



Yes, loads of nice details, maybe to much....unfortunately (in my project) most will be hidden.

Damn cool Twin Cyclone !!!  I do love it, specially when it fires up !!! [biggrin]

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Hello,

Pushing forward with the engine almost completed [thumb] Used 0,4mm copper and stretched plastic cotton buds for the electric wiring system. Exhausts and propeller are dry fitted.









Thanks for watching  [smile]
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Very nice so far Laurent. Look forward to seeing it all built and painted up! [smile]
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Cheers, Simon.

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Tamiya 1:32 F-4J Phantom "Marines"
Tamiya 1:32 Supermarine Spitfire Mk.XVIe

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Nice. Can't open the earlier pics though.
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Pepper-Mint

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Hello people [smile]

Thanks Simon. Will start the painting soon ! 

@helldiver : Thanks. Will fix this ASAP... Sorry about that. I think it's because i changed the album's name in PhotoB.
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Brundledonk

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Brilliant idea using the cotton bud tubes !

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Nice work!!
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Pepper-Mint

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Thank you guys.

Quick update...

The RB .50 brass barrels delivered this week.


Bits and pieces in the cockpit




And the second and very convincing dry-fit




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I've got an impression that we're all going to be stunned when you start painting this! I love the extra wires and bits you have going on in there Pepper.

Excellent start! [smile]
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Yeah great work Laurent! I have the same feeling Mike does. Can't wait to see some paint on it mate. [smile]
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Tamiya 1:32 F-4J Phantom "Marines"
Tamiya 1:32 Supermarine Spitfire Mk.XVIe

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Nice scratch building there Laurent!!
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Brundledonk

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I agree, that's some nice extra detail you are adding to this one Laurent !

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wow, nice details. cant wait to see it painted and weathered.
i like the manufacturers logo in the pics as well. How did you do that?

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P-47 "Dottie Mae" GB 1/32 or larger

Revell 1/48 Boeing Stearman on hold

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Photoshop in post edit.  [smile]  He's probably made a brush from it so all he has to do is stamp into his pictures. I've done it before  [smile]
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Pepper-Mint

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Thank you Gents ! More bits'n Peez are to come... [biggrin]

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