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"The Star of Africa" - Hans-Joachim Marseille's Do-335 A-2/Trop - Yellow 14 - FINISHED!

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Wow, that’s just super cool! Very imaginative and, imho, very plausible. Just to think of one of these screaming wide open over the open desert, whoooosh!!! Thrilling. Well done, friend, well done!

 

Jimbo

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Thanks guys. This one fit great, and in the end, surprisingly came out very close to what I had envisioned in the beginning.

 

Cheers!

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This is a simply stunning machine.... the level of detail and finish is consistent from nose to tail. The ship is so big and everywhere you look the detail just draws you in... My fav is the canopy cable & spring.. just jaw droppingly amazing. If that's what you can do when you are not really trying, OMG what can you do when you really get tucked in ??!!!

 

:bow::bow::bow:

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Well done Brian, that's a wonderful build and the weathering is very convincing from prop to prop! 

Edited by mozart

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Very nice, Brian! Now you just need a sandy base and a Kubelwagen with 'Otto' on it's side!

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Thank you one and all gentlemen! Definitely not to like I didnt try on this one, but there was so much freedom on it, it felt like I was just throwing stuff at the wall to see what stuck so-to-speak.

 

The kit was nice, and fit really well, and Mikkels X-4 missiles came out fantastic.

 

Thanks again for all the kind words and support!

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This calls for a response in the style of someone else.........:whistle:

 

Wow Brian, I AM amazed AT the RESULT.

Superb DETAILING and really GREAT weathering.

:m0152:

:party0023:

 

You SHOULD be very PROUD!

:lol:

 

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