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HPH Ta-154 A-0, TQ-XE - FINISHED!!!

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I use MRP too Jan, I've just base coated my Bf110 with it, beautiful stuff.  Yours is looking very good, the subtleties of slight colour hues was lost on me with my work. :)

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camo finally done

my first attempt to make RLM75 mottling based on HPH  pattern

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I was not satisfied, so I gave it another try

this time I was trying to follow the pattern which was used on TE-FK airframe

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this is the outcome

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RLM 75 toned down with overall coat of thinned RLM 76

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and subtle shading added with MRP smoke

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Now it's ready for gloss coat and wet transfers :D

thanks for looking

jan

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On 12/2/2018 at 8:25 PM, Wouter said:

Looking good already! I always wonder; how do you get such nice minibuilds before throwing it all together? I'd reckon you do a lot of test fitting before committing to paint...

that's my way of working :) its easier to me te paint it correctly

and test fitting is the key, especially with the resn kits

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13 minutes ago, mozart said:

That's a good looking finish you're getting Jan, I haven't used MRP Smoke but I guess it's a thinnish grey-brown? 

thanks Max!

it's clear smoke, when spraying with low preasure its fine for shading, but turns more dark grey than brown

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for places around exhausts and undersides I'm usually using MRP Exhaust Soot which turns more brown

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jan

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1 minute ago, Padraic Conway said:

Just found this thread. That's some lovely work there Jan! Looking really good,

thanks Padraic :) really appreciate it

jan

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