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Suresh Nathan

Post-war JV44 Clean-up

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On ‎8‎/‎27‎/‎2018 at 4:51 AM, LSP_Ray said:

Nice paint work! Holy cow, that is one dynamic setting!

Thanks Ray. This is still the basecoat. The salt reacted to the lower surface and I had real corrosion. Hope it clears up. 

 

I was inspired by this shot:

 

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Looking forward to doing the Dora soon. 

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Great stuff, this is starting to look really cool!

 Indeed, as Mike has indicated, give any of us mods a nod, and we can move this over to the In Progress forums. 

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4 hours ago, Out2gtcha said:

Great stuff, this is starting to look really cool!

 Indeed, as Mike has indicated, give any of us mods a nod, and we can move this over to the In Progress forums. 

I wasn't aware this was a thing. Please do. Thanks! 

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Slight detour to attend to some celebrities.

 

Base coat: Galland from Czech Masters and HJ Marseille from Aires(who could look like anyone - yes, I know he died in 1942). 

 

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In place....hopefully you can see where I'm going with this. Lol.

 

Galland and Marseille (Heinz Sachzernberg ) 54 mm. Acrylic.

Sachzernberg : I don't get it Herr General. We had jets. How did we lose...... What happened?

Galland: The war happened Heinz..... The war happened (*puffs*)

 

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