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Dutch Man

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  • Birthday 07/17/1968

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  • Location
    Pathum Thani, Thailand
  • Interests
    Planes - Trains - Automobiles

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  1. Fantastic display Eric. Great to see process on this beauty. Kind regards, Robert Jan
  2. Absolutely My god, this is exiting stuff.
  3. WOW WOW WOW Well that is... Tremendous. Seeing this fight with the plastics, it scares me to pickup one, once again. Take my hat off. Robert Jan
  4. Watch this.. As from 14:30 Starfighters. First that is shown is full metal. Richthofen JA 250.
  5. There is a moment when everybody thinks, how did I get here, why? When it is so steaming hot, all your little jobs need to be done before the sun reaches the walls and heats your house up. On the other hand, it keeps me safe and sound from Covid-19. Hey hey. So was thinking to do some on Saturday, worked out on Sunday... Yes this is the same opening as with Smith me Starfighter build log. It is my sixts year living over here, never been so hot! Phantom time? Yes! What really bugs me are the little details Revell 'forgets'. glad to have some Tamiya spares for that. same same, needs some work, but results please me. Cut from the spare intakes and replaced on Revell. This is the underside. Top side right And left side. Now I need to remove one panel line on both sides and adjust some details, so it matches the Tamiya scribing details for both parts / sides. Big improvement. I call it a day! Hope you all like it, Robert Jan
  6. There is a moment when everybody thinks, how did I get here, why? When it is so steaming hot, all your little jobs need to be done before the sun reaches the walls and heats your house up. On the other hand, it keeps me safe and sound from Covid-19. Hey hey. So was thinking to do some on Saturday, worked out on Sunday... Nose job, wings all scribed and white base on the top. Dry fit of wind shield and instruments underneath. That kept me busy about 2 hours. Now it fits. Still dry fit. Needs some cleaning and a little detail. But it does fit now (color green will change to red). Did sone testing with the wings. Underside has some base silver shades too. White is simply base from Tamiya. All going very slow now. Until next time, Robert Jan
  7. Yes indeed, that is what I need. A good instruction on the fiddly details. Great work Mr. Fleischmann. Regards, Robert Jan
  8. For me this one of the best I've seen so far in scratch. Would love to see the guys at customs, asking to open the suitcase, and see this. What a blast! Finally they have some original story, that will last.l Kind regards, Robert Jan
  9. Also was thinking about the Hataka Voodoo color. I searched for a lot grey schemes using a conversion for paints. Ordered some shades and will make a test sheet to match the sides. How it looks when mixed, etc. Robert Jan
  10. Hi. Need some advise on the wing color. Is there a specific white to use for the upper wing surface? About the seats I am all confused now. I will have to wait for my reference book from Daco I guess. This will be the livery for the Hasegawa. No 'Norm 62' yet. Like the looks of it. Robert Jan
  11. Yes I used the gears from the kit. To make it fit I had to alter the height of the shock absorbers. I'm happy with the results so far. Robert Jan
  12. There will be multiple builds from this one, for sure. Prints are mega cool. Booklet is very helpful also. Waiting for the book... Robert Jan
  13. Decal sheet I will be using for the Hasegawa kit. Excellent material. I have some additional stencils on order and reference from Daco. This week another F-104G will land on my doorstep, Italeri kit this time. Good price for the kit, so... Next I will update with some progress pictures and livery I have in mind. Robert Jan
  14. Living in Thailand got me a differents focus on Air Battles. Joined a group build on Aero Scale for the CIB. First time I build a Japanese Aircraft. good memories. Also with the same research on wings, color and those special markings that drove the western guys mad... My build of a late war Frank. All of a sudden you realize it was all very close to where you live. Visits to the landmarks however are rather disappointing in Thailand. They hardly recognize history, sad but true. It's a period and specific war scene. Like with The Netherlands East Indies, very interesting material. Following with interest. Robert Jan
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