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  1. Plm

    HB B24 discussion: AM and fixes.

    There were no critics about the HB B-24 in my above post. It was just information about the KitWorld decals regarding the HB kit. Sorry if some understood it in another way.
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    HB B24 discussion: AM and fixes.

    It seems that the Hobby Boss Kit is not the good block version for the Dragon and his tail version. Dragon and his tail WWII aircraft is a B-24J-190-CO 44-40973. Hobby boss one seems to be a B-24J CF. Nose Turret is an A15 but the shape around it is not the same. Feel free to correct this if I'm wrong.
  3. Hello, This one should have been the last of 2018. This is the Special hobby high tech version and I added the Barracuda nose correction. Codes, serial and roundels are painted using Silhouette cutting machine for masks. This is Wing Commander Roland Beamont Tempest before D-Day invasion stripes were painted. http:// http:// http:// http:// http://
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    Hobby Boss 1/32 B-24J - Initial Observations

    A good way to adress the turrets problem: http://zupimages.net/viewer.php?id=18/52/cttz.jpg] Source :https://www.worldwarphotos.info/gallery/usa/aircrafts-2-3/b-24/b-24-base-spinazolla-italy-460-bg-hairless-joe-photo/
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    Mirage IIIC

    Hello, Here is my last finished kit. It's the Italeri Mrage IIIC. I added the following items: -Musthave ejection seat. -Eduard wheels. -Eduard PE for interior and exterior. -Master Pitot. -Mix of Bernal decals and Italeri decals. NMF is Vallejo metal color. Philippe.
  6. Received mine yesterday, just one word "Superbe"
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    Revell 1/32 Duo Discus

    The tape on the second picture is not clear tape but it's thin enough so you can see through it. It's just electrical insulation tape. You have to consider that the tape is approximately 20mm wide and the thickness less than 0.5mm It gives for 1/32 scale 0.625mm wide and 0.015mm thick. A very thin stripe of decal should be OK to represent it.
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    Revell 1/32 Duo Discus

  9. Flaps are not a problem as they are separate parts for inner and outer wing sections. So you can do all the scratch building, you will just need strong link between the two wing sections as the outer part will still be heavy.
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    Revell 1/32 Duo Discus

    Here are two pictures of our DG-400 glider, showing the wing/fuselage joint tape and the wingtip part joint tape. On this glider, the wingtips are separate parts as the wingspan can be change from 15m to 17m, using different wingtips. When peaople ask us what is the use of the tape, the joke is to say that it's use to hold the parts together...
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    Revell 1/32 Duo Discus

    Wing parts are not puttied as it can be dismounted for transport if you land in a field. We use adhesive tape on the joint between two wing parts or where the wings joint the fuselage. Maybe the best way to represent it is to putty the joint and use a thin band of decal as a tape.
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    P-47N-2-RE "I've had it" 1/32 Trumpeter

    Nearly finished? It's a beauty.
  13. Plm

    Helldiver ... in the work

    Don't you paint the inside of the flaps before assembly?
  14. Plm

    P-47N-2-RE "I've had it" 1/32 Trumpeter

    Hello , It' up to you not to change it, and you P-47 is gorgeous. Here is from P-47 In Detail and Scale Vol54 the way the intercooler doors work Hope it will help you to understand what I mean in my first post. Note that your and my star and Bar Insigna are painted a little lower on the fuselage than the one on the picture but nearly in the same way horizontaly.
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    P-47N-2-RE "I've had it" 1/32 Trumpeter

    Well, I really like it but I'm gonna play the bad guy. The way you put the national insigna bar on the intercooler doors on the fuselage sides in not correct. When the door is closed, you can see all the white bar, the lower blue line and the vertical blue end line. But the doors open by sliding forward inside the fuselage, and only near the end they open outward from the fuselage. So in an open position the vertical blue line is hidden into the fuselage.