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Hasegawa 1/32 P-47D Thunderbolt.

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Hey all,

 

Since we've all been ordered to stay at home because of the virus, I thought I might as well start a WIP with my latest build, Hasegawa's 1/32nd P-47D Thunderbolt.I haven't done a WIP for years, so, hope I can keep this one going until the end.

 

Anyway, here's where I'm up to,...I have riveted the fuselage and wings, started this years ago, so, hope it holds up alright under paint, and have prepared, painted and started to construct the MDC Cockpit set for it.

 

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Thats it for now, thanks for looking,

 

Cheer's,

Jeff.

 

 

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Hi Jeff, looks like you're off to a nice start. I like your dark dull green, which colour did you use?

Cheers,

Peter

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9 hours ago, PeterOlsen said:

 

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Thanks for looking in and commenting guy's!

 

Cheer's

Jeff.

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9 hours ago, PeterOlsen said:

Hi Jeff, looks like you're off to a nice start. I like your dark dull green, which colour did you use?

Cheers,

Peter


Hi Peter, I used Gunze No. 302  Green FS 34092.

 

Thanks again,

Jeff.

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Thanks a lot for looking in Craig, Mark and Mike!...cheer's guy's!

Cockpit is finished.

 

I haven't got a macro lens for my DSLR camera, so its hard to get up close shots, these are the best I could do.

 

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Started on the wings...I used to detail wheel wells, but as these never see the light of day, and this model will probably be mounted on a base, I'm not going to bother from now on, a coat of paint with a wash will suffice here.

 

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Thanks for looking,

Jeff.

 

 

 


 

 

 

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Good progress. I'm with you on the wheel wells. I do admire the folks who go all out on them though.

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