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Wolfgangtheseal

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Eduard
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Hellcat Mk.1
Tamiya & Mr. Color paints
Mig ammo weathering products

hi, i joined a while back but this is my 1st final reveal please feel free to tell me where ive gone wrong as its the only way to learn [biggrin]



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That is a great looking Hellcat! Very well done, really like the paintwork. Nice pictures too, like the simple but effective base. Hope to see more of your work soon :-)
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Beautiful Hellcat. Very nice airbrush work and weathering. The interior looks great!
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I'd say that's pretty damn near faultless!
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Beautiful job!  [thumb]
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Great paint job and the weathering is outstanding. Wonderful chipping on the prop and the engine is very good.
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Hi, I just returned to modelling myself, after about thirty years.  By coincidence my first kit is the same Eduard Hellcat that you've just finished.  I started a few days ago, and have just completed the cockpit, after following Bobby's step-by-step video.  It isn't up to his standard, but I'm fairly pleased with it.  Question.  How much of that fiddly-arsed photo-etch did you use in the end?!
Yours is amazing by the way, beautiful attention to detail, and just the right amount of weathering, not overdone.

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Originally Posted by Kit'n'Kaboodle
Hi, I just returned to modelling myself, after about thirty years.  By coincidence my first kit is the same Eduard Hellcat that you've just finished.  I started a few days ago, and have just completed the cockpit, after following Bobby's step-by-step video.  It isn't up to his standard, but I'm fairly pleased with it.  Question.  How much of that fiddly-arsed photo-etch did you use in the end?!
Yours is amazing by the way, beautiful attention to detail, and just the right amount of weathering, not overdone.

Thanks for the kind words. I used all of the photo etch but im a glutton for punishment. Hope to see your finished build soon 👍
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Thanks for the kind words. I used all of the photo etch but im a glutton for punishment. Hope to see your finished build soon 👍


Just posted the first of the build pics in the WWII build section.  More to follow soon.

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Better LATE than never? Sorry I am just now seeing this beauty! Excellent work and finish. Nice base and great pictures. Thanks for sharing.
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