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Hello 

 

Here are some pics of my last build:

 

http://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/234967490-b1-b-bone-lancer-148-revell-finish-line/

 

It was a very demanding build who last 6 months.

 

I added scratched details in the bays and the engines.

I also used Eduard PE, Cutting Edge exhausts and Fox One decals.

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this build is featured in the issue 60 of Airmodeller:

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Et voilà!

Hope you like it ;^)

Romain

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rom,

Very impressive detail, paint and weathering. Top Notch stuff! I didn't realize the B-1's were painted in anything other than Dk. gray. The camouflage scheme adds a level of interest and the nose art is a nice addition too.

Cheers,

David :thumbsup:/>

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Hi guys,

Thank you all for your comments.

I really appreciate ;^)

after such a build I am happy to see you like it.

Chuck, what you said is touching me because each of your build is a masterpiece.

:beer4:

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Jumpin' Jehosafat on a pogo stick!!!

That is....is...like...SICK!

I have one in my stash, talk about inspiration! Can I steal the Pictures and use them to drool over when mine turns to crap??

FO

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Rom,

Simply one of the most impressive builds I've seen here on ARC for quite some time. Flawlessly built with an exceptional done detail everywhere that one looks. Expertly painted camo paint scheme. Decaling which looks exactly like paint using masks, and your weathering that is about as realistic as it can possibly get. Certainly it has that ":used but not abused' look to it, which is how I interpret your weathering.

Joel

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