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HWR MKII

Trumpeter 1/32 Flanker....Again

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Wow... this is one impressive build. Your maticulousness is definitely paying off. Can't wait to see more progress pics :-)

-Greg

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Thx for sharing this build... and good progress so far. It's always good to see a Flanker being put together.

Cheers,

Marcel

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Sorry for the thread necropost. I have had alot of developments since the last post i made on this model. I still have the model and things have settled down again to where i think i can work on it. Please keep an eye on this space.

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Ok so i have decided to reapproach this build from the exhaust. I have had the Aires set for it for quite some time...iI thought the people at eduard were bad. These flameholders are insane. Before i tackle painting though i need to know if the exhaust was white/ivory enamel coated like its US counterparts. Any pics i have right now are too dark or dirty to really tell.

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Its nice to see another Flanker build here on the ARC. Good luck with your bird. For my nozzels i use a light and dark grey colour. With a darker wash i hope it will give a great look. I use a mixer of Humbrol and Revell colours. In Holland this colours are the easy to get your hands on.

Greetings

Rogiér

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some exhaust work

 

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trying to upload pic

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