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ArmouredSprue

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  1. Thanks mate. All colours were Gunze acrylics range for the respective RLMs. Cheers
  2. FW190A-2 Hptm. Hans Hahn Gruppenkommandeur III./JG2, Beaumont le Roger,France May 1942 (Tamiya 1/72) This is my latest kit finished. This is the Tamiya kit (60766). Built mostly straight out of the box with the following improvements: Eduard pre-painted photo etched seat belts Replace the wing cannons by 1mm metal tubes Replace the pitot tube using syringe needle Added IFF antena from metal metal wire Painting using Gunze (RLM02, RLM66, RLM70, RLM 76, RLM74, RLM75 and RLM04) and Tamiya (XF-85, XF-64, X-10, X-
  3. The motivation to built this model came from an informal Group Build organised in my modelling club SAPMA. The idea was to build a Spitfire used by an Aussie during WWII. I've choose to build a plane flown by Flight Sargent Kenneth "Kenny" Dudley Basset when he was attached to RAAF 452 Squadron based at Redhill, England, October 1941. Kenneth was born on the 16th of July 1916 in Roma, Queensland. In September 1940, he joined the RAAF and commenced training as a pilot at Narrandra, NSW. In 1941, he left for further training in Ottawa, Canada, and was the
  4. Thanks guys. It wasn't that difficult as I first thought. I really enjoyed it at the end
  5. Finally completed. Rigging made with EZLIne and glued in place with CA Glue.
  6. Definitely the Festive Season isn't a good time of the year for scale modelling here Down Under. Warmer weather and friends invitations to go out is so tempting that the bench time is happily neglected. However, I've managed to progress with this build and here are a couple of photos just to keep this build alive. I have added the wings to the fuselage and also started some weathering The bottom will be a little dirtier than the upper surface To be continued!
  7. Hi there the has recovered just fine and I’m already back to work. Thanks for your attention. The kit had som progress made to it. All paint mistakes have now been corrected and I’m in the process of weathering. Some photos soon. Cheers
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