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luc-o

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Hello Modeling Guys! [wave]

I finished a long project today and i would like to share my result with you.
Im not a professional so some things are totally messed up but many things are ok.
I learned very much during this work and Im sure later projects will be more cool.
As always... everything was done without airbrush and with basic tools.

I will make a video about this build in few days. And i will put it here on this "wonderful" forum :-)

Enjoy it guys! [thumb]




































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Very well done Luc! Did you use a combination of Air brushing and traditional? Some of it looks brushed, but not all of it. Good finish whatever you did. I like the weathering. You did a good job on all of that chipping. That must have felt tedious lol.  [smile]
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Very well done Luc! Did you use a combination of Air brushing and traditional? Some of it looks brushed, but not all of it. Good finish whatever you did. I like the weathering. You did a good job on all of that chipping. That must have felt tedious lol.  [smile]


Thank you! [crazy] I have no air brush system. Used only brushes. Primer came from the spray can. I think the chipping is too overdosed... but it was to late when i notice it [frown]. Used own mix for the weathering (panel lines). But im happy with the final result [thumb]. For my skills... its ok.
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Well then you have some very good brush skills. Keep that stuff up mate. You've got skills!
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Great looking Mig and the paint looks fantastic great paint brush skills puts mine to shame by a long long way
Well done
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Very nicely done Luco, your brush skills are very impressive my friend !

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Very nicely done Luco, your brush skills are very impressive my friend ! Pete


Thank you very much! [smile]
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I think that most of us here really APPRECIATE the fact that you get the results you do without an AB. I like the panel by panel chipping. When I was doing the research for my MIg 29-A, I read in several places where the Russians had to use really rough landing strips. The Mig-29 has a basket debris guard on the front landing gear and I also read where they close the main intakes and open the auxiliary intakes on the top of the wing root during takeoffs and landings to keep debris from entering the engines. SO, all that chipping might be expected?
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THX Ted! It was my first time doing chipping on an aircraft model without any practise. To be honest, the chipping is a "bit"  overdosed and just "too much". It does not looks very realistic... But the good thing is that i earned some experience making it and im sure it will be better next time! [smile]

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