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  1. You can apply them on to any finish John. And from my own experience the thickness is much better than any decals I have used. And after few coats of varnish you will not even realize. Anyhow I still think that smaller pieces like stencils are easier to handle than insignias. If you are using Mr. Setter there will be no problem to keep them in place. from my experience you will spend more time with wet transfers compared to traditional decals, but the results are worth the patience jan
  2. HGW has released wet transfers set for P-51D with stencils and all markings included in recent Revell and Tamiya kits If you like to work with wet transfers as I do, its must have http://hgwmodels.cz/en/wet-transfers/720-p-51-dk-mustang-stencils-markings-132-232025.html I do not have any connection to HGW company, but if you think it belongs better to Vendors board, Mod’s feel free to move it there jan
  3. Great progress Brian! this is super detailed build guide for F7F! jan
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    CH-47A Chinook Trumpeter 1:35

    superb weathering! Looks like a real thing jan
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    FG1-D VMF 351 USS Gloucestor

    Nice build Tom! jan
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    P51A hobbycraft 1/32 scale

    great build and superb weathering Pascal! jan
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    Resin2detail 1/32 B26 Marauder

    new update on Resin2Detail FB page https://www.facebook.com/RESIN2detail/ jan
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    Zoukei Mura in 2018

    english version of Old man blog was published on ZM page http://www.zoukeimura.co.jp/en/sentiment/oyajiblog_101.html the quizz questions are more specific and I hope for P-38 again jan Guess the Next SWS Airplane Quiz (Include the numbers with your answers.) 1. Luftwaffe. Liquid-cooled single-seater fighter airplane. Answer: (     ) 2. Luftwaffe. Twin-engine airplane. Answer: (     ) 3. U.S. Air Force. Liquid-cooled single-seater fighter airplane. Answer: (     )
  9. Happy Birthday Maru! and Happy Birthday Chris! and all guys! jan
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    Zoukei Mura in 2018

    it seems that you are right Mike so in this case in Part 3 we are talking about P-51B/C which could be quite logical, because ZM is already familiar with P-51 family jan
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    Zoukei Mura in 2018

    I did the same Andy I couldn't resist
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    Next Junkers D.I

    great build! jan
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    Trumpeter Liberators on facebook

    based on the info on MBK website it should have 540+ parts on 22 sprues http://www.modellbau-koenig.de/Flugzeugmodellbau_124-132/Alliierte_WKII/US_Airforce/US_B-24J_Liberator__i176_67038_0.htm That's similar to HK B-17 parts count. And similar to HB P-61 parts count, which is a noticeably smaller plane jan
  14. based on the SH newsletter it should be available in October https://www.specialhobby.eu/en/our-own-production/special-hobby/fieseler-fi-103-v-1-1-32.html jan
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    Zoukei Mura in 2018

    Now I have realised that in Part 1 it's definitely Fw-190D-9
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