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  1. Lucky you "Glamorous Glennis" decals are box markings for new release of Revell (Monogram)1/32 X-1. Thank you for your kind comment
  2. Bell X-1 Revell/Monogram 1/32 Painted with Tamiya and Mr. Hobby paints. Weathering is done with AMMO MIG and AK INTERACTIVE. Base is made with AK Crackle Effects. I've modified hatch lid, rescriber raised panel lines, added a few wires behind the instrument panel and basically that's all. Hope you'll like it
  3. Hello, I'm back after looong break. I've tried to paint italian smoke rings but result was bad. I don't know what was wrong. Pressure, paint thinning? I have H&S Evolution Pro so painting thin lines shouldn't be a problem. After many trials I've given up and bought Tauro 1/32 Smoke Ring decals. I hope for better results
  4. "Crusher Joe" is an older anime but in 2019 Hasegawa decided to make models of vehicles from this cult series. I recently received one of them, a fighter named "Crusher Joe Fighter 1". the model is in 1/72 and can be folded without glue. It's a "shake the box and pull out model" kit. It has interchangeable elements, even after finishing you can replace the gear and display with closed or extended , open cockpit etc. The details are astonishing. Painting as usual Mr. Hobby. Weathering is done with eye pencils and Ammo Mig. At the end of the build Microscale Kristal Kristal for light lenses and the satin cote from the same company. Hope You'll like it
  5. Hello, I'm not in mood for so called "real" modelling by now...So actually I'm back to my favourive genre which is sci-fi And straight from the bench - T-70 X-wing from the last trilogy of "Star Wars". 1/50 model produced by toy company Revell straight from the box looked terrible. Since I didn't liked the movie colors at first sight, I decided to paint the fighter in the style of earlier versions. I also made some details for the cockpit. The model is painted with Mr Hobby and Tamiya paints. Chipping is made with help of AMMO Chipping fluid and Vallejo light gray applied with a sponge. Weathering is mostly AMMO products and Tamiya pigments . Stand is made of what was lying around. I don't recommend this model, but I'm quite happy with the effect after repainting.
  6. Hello AMT Batwing is old set , released close to 1989 Burton's "Batman". Not bad at all but with some fit problems and strange "peeling" plastic. I've removed all styrene gun barrels and used brass tubing instead. Vulcan gun is from Master. Whole model is finished with Mr.Hobby paints and Ammo Mig weathering products.
  7. " Batman is human too..." final version. Scale 1/25 AMT + a bit from scratch. Seatbelts are made by Eduard, gun barrels from Aber , ammo belts from Tamiya. Trees and grass are from Freon. Painting with Mig and Tamiya + Mr. A Hobby. Weathering with MIG only. Guns are removable (magnets). Uffff...That's second batvehicle out of four that I have...Hope you'll like it...Now onto Batwing
  8. So now I know that better find Hasegawa's LE 1/32 P-47M than convert P-47D into M.
  9. Many thanks. I know nothing about engines so these two looked the same for me before you pointed differencies. Now I know where to go with it :)
  10. Hello, I'm planning to build Lanowski's P-47M by converting Kinetic 1/24 P-47D. I know that M has flat cockpit floor, additional fin in front of vertical stabilizer and different engine. Kinetic P-47 has 4 props so I'll use one of them. I've searched through net and I found that engines from P-47D and M are near identical. What is the difference between them? There is more I have to do to make M out of D?
  11. Sooo...another Batmobile, this time legendary one Of course seatbelts: ...and new gun barrels: Let's begin First upgrades on seats with metal net: Kit guns were more like a dampers without springs but thanks to my friend I have Academy Brownings: With Aber barrel it looks like...err...gun And here is finished cockpit: Now I'm waiting only for Joker figure and ammo belts from Eduard.
  12. First but not last Batmobile in my little collection. It's a modification of toy. Batman is an addition to one of AMT models, The rest from scratch. Painting as usual, Tamiya, Gunze, Vallejo. Accessories is eduard and what else was lying around. Weathering is mainly Tamiya and Mig.
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