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Jamone2

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P-47 "Dottie Mae" GB 1/32 or larger

Revell 1/48 Boeing Stearman on hold

Hobby Boss F-84f (Honoring my Dad) on hold


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I dont know why the pics are not showing anymore. I ll post again.








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P-47 "Dottie Mae" GB 1/32 or larger

Revell 1/48 Boeing Stearman on hold

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Next is the Gears and weehlwells. I tried to recreate the black and red Brake line. Citadel red and then a Gundam black marker.





I painted the wheelwell with Vallejo Natural steel used some Hairspray for chipping technique and then sprayed Dark Ghost grey from AK.

I know it should be RLM 66 but the Dark Ghost gray is a touch lighter and for scale effect i think i get away with it.








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P-47 "Dottie Mae" GB 1/32 or larger

Revell 1/48 Boeing Stearman on hold

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Cockpit looks fantastic Thomas. Sensational work!
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Tamiya 1:32 F-4J Phantom "Marines"
Tamiya 1:32 Supermarine Spitfire Mk.XVIe

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good call-outs with the colors. details details details---worth the effort. well done.
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pinterest pg. of scale models/dioramas:
http://www.pinterest.com/intrstinpintrst/awesome-scale-models/


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Thanks everybody. i just wish i could spend more time on modelling. Right now my job keeps me really busy. But i got some more benchtime last weekend andwant to show what i did.


The Fuselagehalfs are not lining up. i got steps on the top and the bottom. Its just like the two halfs dont belong together.



i had to put in some styrene sheets and force the two halfs to line up.



Next comes the Landing flaps. the parked Aircraft shows  the Flaps always down according to my ressources. So i decided stay accurate, get the Resin flaps and do it.




I used a Tamiya peacutter to get the Flaps out. Of course the Panellines from the top half of the wing and the bottom half do not line up exactly.
so the cut out is too wide and i have to put in some more styrene sheets. And. of course i  run the cutter over the panel line, filling required.








The recessed seam at the front of the fuselage did not line up. I had to remove it from one side of the fuselage because the cockpit section would not go in.



Putting the wings on first time. Fit on the top is not too bad, but i have a big gap on the underside. the seamlines on the fuselage turned out pretty smooth. I am happy.






The instructions call for 20 g Noseweight, so i took some stainless nuts from my chevy-project and glued them in the fron section behind the cockpit.





Let me know your thoughts.














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P-47 "Dottie Mae" GB 1/32 or larger

Revell 1/48 Boeing Stearman on hold

Hobby Boss F-84f (Honoring my Dad) on hold


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I finally decided how to present the model. it will be a small diorama with a couple figures and a small vehicle. Details coming soon.
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P-47 "Dottie Mae" GB 1/32 or larger

Revell 1/48 Boeing Stearman on hold

Hobby Boss F-84f (Honoring my Dad) on hold


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Nice to see the airframe coming together Thomas, and that cockpit is amazing my friend !
Nice to see another diorama coming together too, I can't wait to see what you have got up your sleeve

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eduardo

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Yes!!! i love dioramas, great idea[idea]
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M.Brindos

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Pics are working fine. [smile]

I love dios too! But I need to get off my lazy .... and build one lol.

Blow us away Thomas! [biggrin]
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I think i have a really good idea about the diorama. just researching the historical background. I let you know shortly.
In the meantime i will hangout in the figure paint section, because the dio will involve a couple. I never painted figures before , except 2 pilots.

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P-47 "Dottie Mae" GB 1/32 or larger

Revell 1/48 Boeing Stearman on hold

Hobby Boss F-84f (Honoring my Dad) on hold


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You're doing stunning work, the cockpit looks fantastic
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I will gladly answer ANY questions you have about fig painting. [smile]

Looking great! Keep up the good work!! [biggrin]
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Thanks Mike, i will definately have some questions.
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P-47 "Dottie Mae" GB 1/32 or larger

Revell 1/48 Boeing Stearman on hold

Hobby Boss F-84f (Honoring my Dad) on hold


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I will definitely have answers. Lol
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