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I would like to present my completed Tamiya 1:48 Fw 190D-9.  

 

Aftermarket and modifications include: 

- MDC corrected spinner and wheels

- Quickboost Exhausts and gunsight

- Eduard Steelbelts

- Aeromaster Decals and TallyHo Masks

- Hypodermic needle blast tubes

 

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Thanks for taking a look!

 

Steve

 

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On 4/1/2019 at 10:45 PM, salvine said:

Very nice. I used the needle trick on mine a couple years ago.

Thanks!  It’s such a simple and effective uograde, isn’t it?

6 hours ago, CWILL1117 said:

Awesome! I really like the paint chipping on the join between the wings and fuselage. Also the landing gear and wheel weathering looks real.

Thank you.  I used a toothpick and scratched it down to the underlying Alclad Aluminum paint on the wingroots.  I used MIG Pigments to simulate dirt on the tire and then accentuated each bolt on the rim and landing gear legs with metallic enamels.   

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On 4/3/2019 at 2:20 PM, Falconxlvi said:

Thanks!  It’s such a simple and effective uograde, isn’t it?

Thank you.  I used a toothpick and scratched it down to the underlying Alclad Aluminum paint on the wingroots.  I used MIG Pigments to simulate dirt on the tire and then accentuated each bolt on the rim and landing gear legs with metallic enamels.   

Great techniques. I've been working on using 1 mm liquid chrome pens to simulate paint chips. I always wondered how MIG products held up. Have you ever used MIG paints?

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On 4/4/2019 at 10:38 PM, CWILL1117 said:

Great techniques. I've been working on using 1 mm liquid chrome pens to simulate paint chips. I always wondered how MIG products held up. Have you ever used MIG paints?

I haven’t used their paints before.  I use Mission Models and Tamiya Acrylics and Gunze Lacquers primarily.  I just use MIG’s washes and weathering products - they are great!

6 hours ago, AlienFrogModeller said:

Well done sir, Love it.

Thanks 🙏🏻 

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On 5/16/2019 at 12:16 AM, GazzaS said:

Excellent!   Thanks for the close ups!

 

Gaz

 

9 hours ago, ArmouredSprue said:

Very well done indeed

Thanks for the feedback guys- I am glad you like it 👍🏻

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