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Corel

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I think this is the most beautiful kit I ever met. Great deatails, fast and sharp build. 

Made it for the MosonShow, but I got a jury call in the sci-fi master category, so I left it, because I made this little beauty for that category. 

Hardly finished at this time. I'll put pictures day by day. 

I hope you like it. 

The cockpit. I love the Bandai, but I'm very unlucky with the canopy ... It's broken. Crap ... 

I made a few home made upgrades in the cockpit. Joystick, the seat and seat belts. 

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nice work. bummer about the canopy!
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nice work. bummer about the canopy!


Thanks! 

 

I can not fixed the canopy, so the A wing will be in under repair in the hangar bay. [biggrin] 


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phase two

i'm not lucky with the canopy. It's broken, and one of the most important part lost ... So I had to fix it. I used milliput, but I'm not talented. [frown]



And here is the idea. Waiting for repair in the hangar bay. It's a styrene sheet, on a wood stand.


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This will be hangar floor. A styrene sheet, the lines are drawn by pen. Scratched with Tamiya scriber. Primed with Vallejo primer.



Preshading

Fist step done. Litle fading and going to the weathering stage.


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Nice work. Thanks for sharing your technique!
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Nice work. Thanks for sharing your technique!


Thanks Ted! I learnd a lot of things from this forum, and Boby's videos. Now I have to give it back something. [smile] 

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Here is my secret weapon! That is my idea! I'm the king! Wait! What the f**k? Who are those guys on the youtube? Crap ... This was not my brilliant idea ... [frown] But I am still very proud, becaouse I figured it out.

Black basing. [biggrin]

First: Black primer

Than Barley Gray

Second; Pale Gray Blue

Last; White Gray

And the main coat: Off white

 

 

 

 


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coming along nicely!
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I like how you have done the tarp! I had the same Idea for my mirage iiicj that the windscreen cracked completely in half (have no idea how!)

How did you go about it?

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I like how you have done the tarp! I had the same Idea for my mirage iiicj that the windscreen cracked completely in half (have no idea how!) How did you go about it?


Thanks mate! It happens second time ... The first was my spitfire mk I. [frown] 

 

I used tissue, and PATTEX wood glue. I think every PVA, or wood glue will be good for this. 

Mix the glue with water, and brush up. The consistency is milky, as usual. But I made it a little bit thicker. Here is the result: 

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You can play with it long time, and when it's dry, it will be rock hard. If it dose not adhere, you can use CA glue. 

 

In this case (A wing), I used a hard texture moist glasses cleaner. I dried it, than the same way. 


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cheers bud. will give it a try and see what i come up with
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cheers bud. will give it a try and see what i come up with
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Go for it! I'm happy to help. [smile] 

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And now the best part. Masking. And spraying red. I mixed the red color, from three colors. I think I catch the good color.


And a little mor work on the hangar bay. Start looking good!



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Great progress with this project.nice work!
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