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jeroenpeters last won the day on October 14 2012

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About jeroenpeters

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  • Birthday 12/13/1975

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    Amstelveen, The Netherlands
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    80% of my modeling interest goes out to large scale Luftwaffe. The other 20% is filled up by whatever plane sparks my interest. I live pretty close to the biggest airplane modeling stores in the Netherlands, which results in a big wall of shame, and a lot of tools I'll never use.

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  1. http://forum.largescalemodeller.com/topic/4746-132-tempest-mkv-“hi-techâ€/
  2. The little Ohka is done. Pics here: http://forum.largescalemodeller.com/topic/4228-hph-models-kugisho-ohka-model-11/
  3. Further progress on this model can be found here: http://forum.largescalemodeller.com/topic/4068-132-hph-models-ohka-model-11/page-3
  4. Cheers Matt! I cut into the nose with a scalpel and sanded the hard edges smooth with a soft and fine MDC sanding pad. Started work on painting the pilot figure.
  5. Also adding some dinges and dents to the nose-cone, since that is what i see in my reference pictures...
  6. Here's the dolly, all painted up and weathered:
  7. Like so: http://forum.largescalemodeller.com/topic/1510-132-rocket-science-me-163-meng/page-3
  8. I used the old Eduard cockpit designed for the Hasegawa kit, but it fits the Meng one fine.
  9. Hi Mark, I found the base on a recent model show for a mere 12 euro's. Whenever i see a nice wooden base i never hesitate to buy it. Working on blending in the canopy now. Some mr. Surfacer, light sanding and it should be fine.
  10. Update! Added lots of leadshot to the nose: And described all the lost panel lines and rivets from sanding:
  11. Hi Mark, I use Cinema4D. For 3D printing i use Shapeways.com. Cheers! Jeroen
  12. Also working on a 3d printed charge that was fitted in the nose: Here's the first render: I found a drawing with measurements. Pretty convenient:
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