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helldiver

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Great work Eduardo. As they would say over these ways "Yer sucking diesel now boy!" Aidan
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Excellent work mate!!
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My fav recent shot is the first reveal of the camo paint--really well done. Its exciting to contemplate the diorama
and what you are creating for it and the plane.Did you make or buy that Static grass applicator? looks really nice.

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My fav recent shot is the first reveal of the camo paint--really well done. Its exciting to contemplate the diorama
and what you are creating for it and the plane.Did you make or buy that Static grass applicator? looks really nice.


Hi Ted
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Hello everyone, and thanks again for the comments.[thumb]
well, finished the airplane is time to complete the diorama .... I think next week will be finished.[smile]









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Eduardo, everything looks really great. Nice pictures. To see the plane so nice and then the "diorama" version is very interesting.
Great work on the "Crashed" finish and damaged sections of the Spit. I also really like where you circled the products you used
for the finish around the plane. That picture worth the proverbial 1000 words. thanks again--looking forward to the diorama and reveal.

Reminds me of the spit in this vintage image. I had googled "spitfire crash"

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Hello to all
Finally finished, in summary horrible kit[mad], decals very bad[frown] and very commitment that I hope you enjoy. I spent more money on grass than on own kit,[crazy] honestly never would have built if it were not this way.
Many thanks to all who followed the construction.[thumb]

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I guess that you had the perfect "solution" to the terrible kit--crash it. So everything turned out great with the choices that you made.Excellent!
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Awesome build Eduardo. Nice job mate. [smile]

The reveal is great too, won't let me post in there, archived I think. You're already history mate. lol

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Awesome build Eduardo. Nice job mate. [smile]

The reveal is great too, won't let me post in there, archived I think. You're already history mate. lol


Thanks mate [smile][thumb]
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