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Antonio Argudo

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  1. terrific job John , keep the good, here is a great reference picture of wing root chipping effect, cheers
  2. Hi Gazzas, nice scheme, you might find interesting these color pictures in russian campaign, cheers
  3. Great job John, but I have to disagree on that, it is the other way around,flat glareshield or also called IP shroud were used on early models, the reinforced ribs are for late models P51D-5NA P51D-15NA Korean war, late models
  4. great job on those wooden stabilizers John, here is a relic of the same kind and colors, cheers
  5. lovely work John, definitely looks like a subcontractor tail in the style of this relic picture, I also have some wooden pieces from a 109 G10 stabilizer which preserve quite well the camo colors, keep this great build coming, cheers Antonio
  6. yes overpriced, it was sold out anyway, I posted it as a reference colors only, cheers
  7. great build, amazing attention to detail, just saw this on ebay, quite interesting to this subject, cheers https://axis-militaria.com/product/ww2-imperial-japanese-navy-aluminum-aircraft-paint-chips-a6m-zero-nice/
  8. it is kind hard to find period pics that show that area, that relic posted early is the only prove I know, I've seen many inaccurate drawings out there, the factory drawings don't depict that detail, some pics of a "K" model from the Arsenal 45 guys cheers
  9. Also seems like the 109 K had only one hand holder on the cowling right? cheers
  10. nice job man, since you are riveting her I thought this would be interesting to you, the lower fuselage has some 4 rivet pattern that can be seen in the australian 109, I did so too on mine, cheers and keep rocking that 109! Antonio
  11. that is a sublime 109 scene, every aspect of it marvelous executed, congrats mate! did you have another 109 F crash in the making right? cheers Antonio
  12. great job John, very interesting subject! I think this pictures can be interesting for you, looks like they have the same camo pattern, not sure about that white 8 color picture if it is legit or colors can be photoshopped, anyway, keep the good mate, cheers! Antonio
  13. looking great Sepp! about the armour seat, the top part was painted black as well as the radio rack, it is describe in the NAA manuals to be painted that way to avoid sun reflections to interfere with the pilot, cheers p51H seats, also finished int he same manner NAA production line footage
  14. wow, great cockpit job, nice floor effect, you are on a very interesting path with this Mustang, if you want to be a bit more accurate in that cockpit, the radio battery rack which Tamiya calls for green was painted black at the factory, "everything after the seat was painted black in order to avoid sun reflection into the cockpit" here are some footage from NAA and some originally unrestored examples, keep the good modelling!!! cheers
  15. Thank you guys for your words, I'm very glad! a few small more details and she will be finish and will do a photo session with better pics, no more lazy phone pics lol cheers
  16. Hi everyone, so after a couple of weeks left aside did some progress, she is airborne now! cheers
  17. Thanks Mark, I decided to redo the "Udet" emblem, a little better this time, the prop was masked with maskol, yes, It looked strange in the photo cheers thanks Rigor, I'm glad cheers So some work has been done, painted the canopy (which has not the best fit in closed position) some details on the pilot, gears up , and still to do the wavy demarcation on the wedge of the wings, hopping soon to get on the finish line, cheers
  18. Nice subject and great work, here is some interesting reference color pictures, cheers
  19. really nice job on that 190, I suggest you to use this to upload your pictures, cheers https://imgbb.com/
  20. Thanks Mark, I really appreciate it coming from you, your builds have been very inspirational to me! cheers So, a bit more of progress, some chipping at the wing root, some decals, the "Udet" emblem which I made my own decal, and some pigment work.. until next, cheers Antonio
  21. thanks Lothar I'm glad you like it, cheers thanks Kev, yes little by little is getting there and I passed my temptations of scrapping all the paint Had to amputate the feet in order to making him fit, gave him some sunnies and oxygen mask, needs some seatbelts now, cheers
  22. first steps with oils and washes, the landing gears got broken so I'm going for a "in flight" display instead, will have to adjust the pilot in the tiny cockpit! cheers
  23. nice cockpit job, going to follow this one, want to do a spanish one someday, by the way this is the only "known" color picture of Legion Condor 109 showing the grey color, pitty is too blurry and far away! cheers
  24. some more progress , although the Balkenkreuz got too thick and need to be repainted...
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