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Everything posted by hayaman

  1. ...and the guys have excellent customer service
  2. Dull Dark Green,ready made from White Ensign,or if you can t find it i accidently found that Gunze IJN Green is spot on,there isn t the slightest difference,as they were from the same bottle!,and Zinc Chromate (yellow) every other "inside" part(wheel and gun wells etc)
  3. Trust me,i ve surch that plane so much i know the route of its pipes!,i know the diffs...but does it fit right in?!(in terms of dimensions)-i see too in excellent builds the wrong int colour,after having difficulty finding ready made d.d.green(w.ensign),i found out Gunze s IJN green is spot on(spraying over the w.e there wasn t even a weathering kind of shade difference,as they were out of the same bottle!)
  4. i have use it 4 times in b.tops,i absolutely agree and i was thinking cuting out dets off it(pumps,levers,consoles,etc)because i don t think it fits Trump straihht in,any opposite knowledge?
  5. Ok,a very common theme but i think i ll be back to my fav P-47 and as a fan of precision and detail i like the most out of my kits,so what would be yhe wsy to detail a Trump s razorback cockpit?apart from scratch-maybe taking parts off det sets gor the bubbletop?...
  6. that means +- 10cm in w and 5-6 fuse
  7. agree,mind you though 1/35s fit quite well with 32nds
  8. by watching the ORIGINAL tempest documentary where there are scenes with the camera INSIDE the wells i can assure you they re green,since they re very dark and flat for NM and small chiping is contrasting on them,as for the kit...you re an artist my friend-chears
  9. let us know how it went with the w well set when you get on it
  10. there far to many frames around even in flying cond,we even have a modif K here in Greece!,can t do wrong in accuracy,and the last restored K (the...Special one)is spot on,there are also 2-3 more examples relatively(or very) accuratelly restored,i think it s from the easiest to find details
  11. i wouldn t mind in 1/24 too!,but a good 32nd is ok-since you mentioned,would you mind sending me some pics in case i build one in the future?
  12. i don t understand why no one is planing or has done an Invader(A-26),one of the preatiest planes around,with very significant history,and very popular,now if it comes from the best it will be worth the wait,i would be very happy also with P-38,Corsair-5,or Tigercat
  13. this worked indeed-if you want my opinion the spine of your model "doesn t fit",it looks peculiarly long from the back of the interior to the vert stab-is that a P47 wing in the foreground?
  14. i totally agree and i ll do so,just didn t know which to use in this case-thanks
  15. ...and thanks for responce
  16. i want to use them for 1/32 WW2 antennas and canopy tethers,in particular right now for Me 109,so if you have a suggestion...
  17. 1st thanks for responce-the canopy will be replaced with the RB one,so we have the fus issue and somewhere i read that tail wheel doors are molded open in the Has?,is that fixable?
  18. Hi-i m about to build the title s theme and i m looking for the best kit to start with(1/32),mind you i m going to use det.sets for every section of the plane so what i m interested in is correct shape and good fit-i ve heard the Hasegawa has inaccuracies (i don t mind if it s something fixable with sandpaper alike)and a "peculiar"fuselage joint which might cause troubles?-(i ve experienced that in their P-40 kits)-the known factors of the existance or not of engine and rivets are not an issue,only as i said the mold accuracy and fit,your help please,thanks
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