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AH-64 Apache, Revell 1/32

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It does, but still "no colors anymore I want them to turn black" :)

 

ah-64_apache_32nd_cockpit_8.jpg

 

Think I'm gonna add some dirt and grime, and the "do not grab" decals

I also need to sort the window between front and rear.

 

HÃ¥kan

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nice!

I added a folded map to give some more interest too along with a bunch of dust etc to make it less of a "black hole".

The window fitted well on mine with no drama.

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Nice Job Hakan, the cockpit looks fantastic. Are you building it OOB or are you going to use some aftermarket. I plan to do a 1/32 Apache in the future and I have the verlinden detail set in the stash, which looks pretty complete. I think that Flightpath also produce a detail set for the Apache.

 

I will follow with interest.

 

David

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The Verlinden set is a great addition to this kit, addresses almost all the sort comings.

OOB its still an impressive bird whose size demands attention.

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I did a search and it sure looks good. Can imagine it would be useful.

Yes, it's pretty big, and I keep hitting my magnifyer lamp and tilting bottles with it! :)

 

I'll have to see if I can find a bag from some other kit that I can use, as it looks pretty nice having one hanging on the door.

 

HÃ¥kan

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I used wash and tamiya weathering kits, to add some dirt and grime.

 

ah-64_apache_32nd_cockpit_9.jpg

 

ah-64_apache_32nd_cockpit_10.jpg

 

I've also started adding parts to the fuselage.

 

ah-64_apache_32nd_fuselage_1.jpg

 

And preparing some parts.

 

ah-64_apache_32nd_landing_gears_1.jpg

 

I cleaned up the rotor hub and blades too. Pics on them later.

 

HÃ¥kan

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As it getting close to do at least some paint job, I wanna ask about the color.

The instructions calls for a mix between od (Hu66/R66) and green/dk green.

I got a few versions of the aircraft olive green/drab but they're a lot warmer than od.

Anyone got a color to recommend? or FS number.

 

HÃ¥kan

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