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1/32 Tamiya P-51D Mustang "Old Crow"

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1 hour ago, dodgem37 said:

Yahu has a nice product.  Phosphorescent green?

 

Sincerely,

Mark

No 

This is Gunze Interior green.

It may have different tone due to flash.

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Just now, Tolga ULGUR said:

No 

This is Gunze Interior green.

It may have different tone due to flash.

 

I think Mark is referring to the colour of the green on the instrument dials, which seems particularly lurid in the photos.

 

Kev

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Yes that does look a bit strange, I hope it is camera related or that is how the instruments did look as I am a fan of the Yahu range.

 

Cheers

 

Dennis

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9 minutes ago, LSP_Kevin said:

 

I think Mark is referring to the colour of the green on the instrument dials, which seems particularly lurid in the photos.

 

Kev

 

Another picture of the product from web.

Some of the dials have yellowish clear color

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Edited by Tolga ULGUR

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Hey Tolga, that's some nice work there.  One note.  The "curvy" pieces behind the seat armor are air ducts and were black plastic (if memory serves).  I don't have any photos of that area available to me at the moment but I'll see what I can find.

 

It nay be too late to correct it but in case it's not, I thought I'd call your attention to it.

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Yes..noted for the next projects.

As a matter of the fact I left it as interior green, because this detail is not visible when installed into the fuselage.

Thanks for the warning

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4 hours ago, phasephantomphixer said:

A great choice in subject Tolga, and good work so far. You may know of Bud's website;  http://cebudanderson.com/

 

There is a modeler's tips section most of the way down the main page which can help with specific areas.

 

Cheers. Erik.

Thanks Erik.

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