I love it !
Dont worry for the rigging. The streamlined rigging is not that noticeable, so even if you used standard one, one have to be very close to see the difference. Same thing for the turnbuckles, that's just a detail, but the "spider web between the wings" effect is still there anyway.
On some wires, it really seems there are some tubes. If it's only grey paint, it's works quite good.
By the way, i really love the silver finish. Is it the tamiya mix specified in the WNW instructions? If so, it's a very good mix, and i'll use it for my next post-war british birds.
Edited by Zero77, 27 June 2016 - 09:29 AM.
Still on the bench : Tamiya F-15E, Fly Ba349, WnW Roland D.VIa, Revell EC-145, Kinetic F-86F-30, Tamiya F-4E, Revell Bae Hawk T.1a, Williams Bros Gee Bee R, Trumpeter F8F Bearcat, Hasegawa + Lone Star models Curtiss Hawk III, Roden Nieuport 27, WNW DH.2, Alleycat Gloster Gamecock
Finished : F-16C Barak, F-4J VMF333, Czech Mig-19PM, Bell X-1, Russian Su-25 in Chechnya, Ta152H-1, Czech Avia S.199, Heinkel He162, Swiss AF Bf109G-6, Regia Aeronautica Bf109G-6, P-47D "Slick Chick", RFC Sopwith Pup, A5M2 Claude, Schneider Cup 1926 Macchi M.39, German F-104G JaboG34, Curtiss P-6E, Curtiss P-36A USAAC, Piper SuperCub floatplane (PA-18-150), Russian built Nieuport 11, Albatros D.Va Seefrontstaffel 1, Bf109G-12 (two-seater trainer), Texas ANG F-86D, Post-war Hawker Tempest Mk.V