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Interesting subject, looks really good! Especially like your work with the interior.
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She’s looking beautiful!
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That looks great! Can’t wait to see the final pictures!
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Looking Very nice so far, you're progressing well with this build.

Really looking forward to this Float pane build final reveal

Keep up the excellent work

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It's looking great👍
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Hi guys,

So, it took me while to get to this point of the build. A lot has been done, well, at least I tried to do a lot but it didn't always worked out the way wanted.

After the decals and gloss coat I started with the pinwash. But boy, that really didn't work. For some reason the wash didn't stay in the lines. I think the weren't deep enough for the wash to settle. So after every application and trying to remove the excess I ended up removing it all. Could well have been a problem with the gloss coat. Don't know, and I don't care anymore 😉 
I tried to use Ammo oilbrushers instead. It did give some sort of panellining but still not how I would have wanted to look. And also tried to do some streaking and shadow effect for more weathering. 
Finally I decided to seal it all with a matt coat and that at least gave me some sort of satisfaction. 

The final step will be the guns and adding some rigging for the flaps and so on. Hope to do that in the next few days.

Here are some pics with the matt coat. Didn't make any photo's of applying the wash and weathering.

IMG_2611.jpeg  IMG_2612.jpeg  IMG_2613.jpeg  IMG_2614.jpeg  IMG_2615.jpeg  IMG_2616.jpeg  IMG_2617.jpeg 


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I think she looks beautiful! In this small scale panel lines wouldn’t been seen that much anyway. Enjoy your progress en up to the finish line. Great work Remy!
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Looks perfectly fine to me.  As Fabian says, on small scale panel lines are all but invisible anyway.
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I like it.....I like it a lot. Great work Remy!
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Looks really good build, your panel lines look fine, if they are to scale they wouldn't stand out much in 1:72

Kits like Airfix tend to do panel line out of scale, they're too big and they do stand out too much then.
Yours look just right, you may of envisioned them stronger, but its the scale your working with.

In 1:48 or 1:32 the panel lines will be more prominant due to scaling.

Also due to scaling effects we have to lighten the true colours to keep them looking right in smaller scale.

As I said at first, kit looks perfect to me, mate

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remy

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Thanx for all your kind words 😉

Meanwhile the guns have been added. they are a bit out of scale though 😉

IMG_2619.jpeg 

So now its up to making a nice base. Still have the idea to make a waterfront scene with to british soldiers patrolling. Will be first time using resin water for creating the sea. 


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By the way.. this is the scene I hope to recreate. Its an captured Cant on the coast of Italy. With patrolling British troops.

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Look forward to seeing the base, the build itself has been great.
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looking great! nice to have a picture to work from for the diorama. some modelers frame the picture and display it behind or beside the actual diorama.
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So I started on the two patrolling soldiers. 
Assembly wasn't to difficult. Just the arms and head had to be attached to the body. And the rifles are separate too. 
Primer coat applied and after that a basic base coat. Let it dry for a few days, then seal it in and then a simple wash to bring out the shadows and details. 

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