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M.Brindos

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Looks perfect! I love the oil splattering stains in the cowl. Too bad they won't be seen. You've nailed that look perfectly.
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Yeah very nice, a real pleasure watching this one go together, your skills are masterful Laurent, no doubt. [smile]
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Very nice weathering effects Laurent, very realistic !

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Hello,

Thank you gents. [smile]

Paper belts are just top-notch !!! Really loved and enjoyed putting all the paper and PE bits & pieces together. The result is more than convincing, it's simply hyper-realistic. 

Without any weathering :





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Excellent work and love the paper belts as well. Very nice Laurent[cool][thumb][thumb][thumb]
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M.Brindos

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[The sound of a jaw hitting the floor]

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They're perfect! And your foto skills are also impressive :-).
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Brundledonk

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They look amazing ! I have definitely got to try these type of belts out, how did they go together ? Are they as frustrating to work with as etched brass ones ?

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Top notch !!
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Pepper-Mint

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Thank you guys ! [smile] Glad you like what you see...

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They look amazing ! I have definitely got to try these type of belts out, how did they go together ? Are they as frustrating to work with as etched brass ones ? Pete


Pete, they are just perfect. [wink]

New update :
THE PICS BELOW ARE WHAT INSPIRED MY GUIDE-LINE FOR THE COMING STEPS : AN UNDER-RESTORATION NOWADAYS'S "AVENGER" :


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Never done this before, in AFV you don't really have the opportunity to strip down a tank to clean and shiny metal finish. So i hope alclad stuff is going to help me going thru this new challenge...

Thanks for checking in !
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Hi,

Dry-fit session today and paint drying rock-hard session. [wink]













I will post more close-ups pics very soon guys.
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Outstanding Laurent really nice work all round!!
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Pleasure to watch. Still! Those seatbelts are amazing.
Nice work mate, showing us how it's done. [smile]

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Brundledonk

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Stunning work Laurent ! Such beautiful, crisp and clean paintwork

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