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Antonio Argudo

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  1. Thank you Troy, glad you like it, be careful 109's can become easily an obsession cheers first coats of RLM 76 thanks for watching, cheers
  2. thanks Reserve_22, will paint Galland's 109 in RLM 74/75/76 grey camo cheers
  3. thanks Chrish, until patience allows it cheers primed with RLM 02 thanks for watching, cheers
  4. adding more details... the wing root bump panel lower fuselage missing panel tail wheel cover wing slats a view cheers
  5. I tried to improve that hole shape where the guns are visible, I used magic sculpt to fill them and carved a better shape, cheers
  6. if you look closer it's there, it was mention by fellow member Reserve_22 earlier in the thread, Galland had a privileged position in the luftwaffe and had many goodies installed in his aircraft before went applied into production, cheers
  7. thanks Mike, I saw that in another build cheers small update on the cockpit, since his 109 had drop tank I had to add the fuel panel under the IP, also the fuel pipe and some gauges and pull handles missed before, also some maps to fill that map case. so the building phase is done, painting coming soon... cheers
  8. Thanks bro I'm very glad that it can help you with your builds, cheers Dragon's kit elevator trim tab is the wrong position, gladly I had spare ones from Eduard kit, also added cushion and harness to the seat, cheers thanks for watching!
  9. yes, it could be, I have not finish to address that area yet, the new wingsy kit CAD drawings are quite helpful also as a rivet guide, although it is an E1, cheers
  10. Thanks mate! glad you like it, cheers done with them, added also some archer rivets. thanks for watching
  11. Thanks Mark, Magic sculpt is true to his name, lovely material!! cheers
  12. thanks, just Rosie the riveter tool, I started using the 1 mm before I had the 0,75 mm one which is more accurate to 1/32 scale, just a rivet counter sometimes lol cheers
  13. time for the wheel wells canvas, Dragon kit supplies a very good flexible plastic canvas but I used them in other kit so I had to use Magic Sculpt and sculpt them, will let it dry and add some more details later, cheers
  14. that will be cool, looking forward to it kevin, cheers Antonio. some more riveting and panel lines on the tail that were missing Cheers
  15. task of the day, leg struts alignment cheers
  16. continuing with riveting work, adding some more hatches and panels missing in the kit, thanks for watching, cheers
  17. after some struggling with alignment of the cowling I decided to cut the problem, now it fits a bit of 109's project overbooking on the bench lol thanks for watching cheers
  18. thanks a lot mate, that detail had scape my eyes, will incorporate it for sure! cheers
  19. don't make yourself shy and share your info or photos with us cheers
  20. Thanks Mark, thanks for following !!! cheers
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