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MarkC

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  1. Splendid work Dieter !! more of the same please! best Mark
  2. I know its in the wrong place - but it is great !! really like those luftwaffe schemes! best Mark
  3. construction looks perfect - as I would expect from experienced aircraft builder. Paintwork also is looking very good - and again experience shows in the masking of transparencies. Nothing looks missed at all at this stage. BUT - if you want to enhance all those nice details and so forth a pin wash using dilute oil paints could maybe give it something to show off the excellent work so far. i think chukW will show you the way ! I can certainly throw you some tips. best Mark
  4. hey i thought you wanted some feedback ? whats your problem? I was only trying to help you - I said it looked ok. Not quite sure why you post here unless if it causes you to be so upset. take it easy
  5. well done - great tend result!
  6. I think its a case of gaining more experience that can help in situations like this. The gap between the overwing pylons and wing. something seems to have gone wrong with the metallics on the underside panel? looks as if some of it may have dissolved. Also some weathering would really help to make the aircraft more accurate. Other than that it looks ok for a beginner build well done. best Mark
  7. very cool - single airplane with a squadrons worth of strike package munitions! Love seen them bombed up to the hilt! well done Mark
  8. no idea what it is -- but it looks fantastic !! well done! best Mark
  9. I don`t think it would look so great without the panel line wash. I think the application of the wash as you chose -- it really works. I agree on not using pure black unless you really want a much more pronounced contrast. That option 4 idea -- maybe worth a try? I would go for 100% completion of the paintwork, apply wash and then just a gentle mist from the airbrush of the airframe colour to fade out the panel lines. But in all honesty im with Zark here -- nothing wrong at all it really works here! best Mark
  10. rare gift to be able to brush paint and create a finish of outstanding quality ! I certainly could not do it! gem of a build well done. best Mark
  11. "phhhhhhhhhhhhhhhheew" (wolf whistle sound) another belter !! both builds are stunners. In all seriousness the aircraft is faultless! the pilot not easy to paint but could be a little better with the creases/ shadows and highlights made to pop. That is all I can say but it in no way detracts from the excellence presented here! best Mark
  12. very much headed in the right direction ! You can see the amount of work that has gone into the individual panel fading and outlining. - obviously more than a few hours with the airbrush = as I well know! If you want to go "hard-core" drop me a pm - i have some suggestions. If not keep her coming - Im really looking forward to seeing more - a big well done. best Mark
  13. thats one beautiful semi. I would post a pic of my semi but I dont want to scare anyone.
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