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vdbo76

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Very good start and nice attention on all those pretty details. This is going to be a nice one :-)
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wow, really nice start and I love the wire idea. Currently I use the insides of a CAT-5/6 cables, but they are brittle and break easy. I'll have to find a spare power cord to sacrifice for the cause [smile] 
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Excellent work on the cockpit mate !

The detail is really nice in the wheel bay and will look amazing painted up

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Wow that is looking really nice. What are the yellow bits you did on the hydraulic lines in the wheel wells?
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Wow that pit is looking nice and love the detailing in the bay
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Wow that is looking really nice. What are the yellow bits you did on the hydraulic lines in the wheel wells?


Looks like some stripped down Tamiya tape Mike

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The yellow bits are very thin cut Tamiya masking tape stripes. Unfortunately some came off during spraying. I ll post the pics later.
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Front Wheel well sprayed with Tamiya XF1 and sealed in with Future.



Main wheel well





And after a Mig neutral wash


Alittle damage with a cocktail stick, i sort that out later.


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Those bays really do look nice with the paint on. Bt the way is that red light a clear part ? ( really like the effect) and the Mig wash is the perfect shade for the weathering it's subtle but enough to make things pop and really looks authentic, I think I'm going to have to pick up a bottle and try it out

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The re bubble is what i think maybe a fuel valve. It looks clear because of future i sealed the spraywork with. Reference shows it very matt.

Mig Neutral wash is great. If your paintwork is nicly sealed with future it gos in all the nooks and crannies and is easy to clean up too. And
what i like most is the broad spectrum of colours you can use t on. Basically every light colour fom white togreen to grey.

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Looking really really good. All that detail and you have brought it out nicely.
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Looking really good! I like the Mig Neutral wash also, it's what I predominantly use.

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I had some benchtime in between all my travelling. This is the area underneath the wing with some scratch wiring. I used a 0.69 styrene rod as well which was very easy to bend and apply.





Painted and sealed



One of the lines hassome sort of insulation over it.



I tried to recreate it with the seal of a baking soda can, which is a bit tougher then aluminium foil. i perforated it by running my fingernail over the edge of a cd case.




Next was bringing the two fuselage halfs togehther.





There was quite a step, so sanding filling and rescribing.







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Nice scratch work on the wheel wells Thomas. Looks like a bit of a fight with the fuselage halves, I hope they don't cause too many expletive moments. lol
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I like your engine duct under the wing! Nice execution with the insulated pipe [thumb]
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