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About shadowmare

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  • Birthday 04/09/1993

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  1. Exactly for me this was big suprise too. Of course, thank you!
  2. Very nice. Older SH kits aren't as sharp as they should be, you're making fine work with corrections.
  3. P.11 is finished! Thanks all for watching! I eventually decided to use BitsKrieg set: With propeller, spinner, and front engine cover. Nice, precise resin with many details. Ready for inspection post: https://forum.largescaleplanes.com/index.php?/topic/85170-ibg-pzl-p11c-dzwonek-132/
  4. Hi guys! New kit from IBG, full of details and with realistic surface on wings and fuselage. Unfortunately not without some issues like wrong propeller and headrest. Plastic sharpness could be better too. Company from Poland - BitsKrieg is already making replacements. I used some of them. List of changes: - Own printed decals and masks - rivets added on engine cover and on bottom of fuselage, - engine cover hinge removed, - cables added, - headrest was entirely covered in leather pillow, - mirror replaced, - movable elevators, - landing gear strenghten, - ailerons pos
  5. Thanks very much guys! Thanks Quang, some of my weathering was eaten by gloss varnish, so when I spray flat more painting details will come up.
  6. Main work done, few details need to be glued and flat varnish needs to be applied.
  7. Bigger decals applied, flying cat - brush work, unfortunately it came from my printer nearly transparent. Numbers from my masks. Some corrections are needed.
  8. it is a pity that my ancestors were not so creative if it comes to camo : ( :))
  9. It's similar to early luftwaffe schemes
  10. You are doing nice work. You're going for some kind of fictious camo? There was one 11c in green + polish khaki colours: Only suggestion ; )
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