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  1. Folks, Just finished up in time for the new year is the excellent Pacific Coast Models Focke Wulf Fw.190A-3. Although not as smooth to build as the Hasegawa kit that it obviously draws its inspiration from, it's a great limited-run kit to cut your teeth on. This was my first limited run kit, and I look forward to tackling more difficult kits in the future. Kit is finished OOB other than True Details wheels (my resin kit wheels were damaged) and Master Models gun barrels. Kit decals used and finished in RLM 71/02 over 65 using Model Master enamels. Weathered with an acrylic wash, dot filtering using oil pants, chalks pastels, and enamel paint chipping. All comments and criticism, as always, is welcome. Thanks for stopping by! -Daniel S. Westminster, CO
  2. Hello again, Here I have the venerable Hasegawa Fw.190A-5 converted to the A-5/U14 using the Eagle Parts conversion. The conversion parts show some mold wear as the surface detail isn't on par with the Hasegawa kit parts, but nonetheless it was a rather easy resin conversion. Kit is finished in RLM 74/75 over 76 using Model Master enamels and weathered with an acrylic wash, oil paint dot filtering, chalk pastels, and enamel paint chipping. As always, all comments and criticism is welcome. Thanks for taking a look! -Daniel S. Westminster, CO
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