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Hi Kev
The Yak is looking great in cammo and the Aeromaster decals look perfect as compared to the way too light Eduard Re Stars. She sure is looking mighty fine!


Peter

Thanks, Peter. I think it'll look cool after weathering, hanging almost completely inverted, as I intend to display it.

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Kev

Are you planning on hanging the Yak from the ceiling or on a display base?

Peter

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Kev

Are you planning on hanging the Yak from the ceiling or on a display base?

Peter

 

All the 1:48 scale fighters in this thread are destined for the ceiling.

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Once Mosquito is painted and decals added, I'll gloss coat all decals on the George, FW 190, Yak and this aircraft, in preparation for weathering (all four), and final details. Props for all will all be painted in one session also, then I'll move onto the next batch of kits.

(I feel like a little kid again.) smile.gif

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While I'm waiting for paint to dry elsewhere, I decided that since I've now found the wayward parts for this Mosquito, that I'd start painting it instead. Using some old Aeromaster paint that I have several bottles of, I've now painted the bottom Light Sea Gray.

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Ura MACHINE Kev!

 

 

Im really enjoying this. Each looks really great and considering the method and time built (comparatively speaking) im actually quite envious, as my AMS usually always gets the better of me. :(

 

Brian

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Ura MACHINE Kev!

 

 

Im really enjoying this. Each looks really great and considering the method and time built (comparatively speaking) im actually quite envious, as my AMS usually always gets the better of me. sad.gif

 

Brian

 

I love painting Brian, so it's fun for me at this point. As far as AMS is concerned, I'm hot and cold. Since these fighters are all about fun, I'm rather easily able to resist any desire to add anything to them.

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Preliminary weathering has commenced, concentrating primarily on engine areas. Remainder of airframe bottom will get a different treatment. This may still be a bit too stark, I haven't decided yet, but I'll probably redo it.

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