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Amazing work so far :popcorn:  Can't wait to see more of your masterful paintwork and weathering on this one :popcorn:

 

/Jesse

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Fantastic work!

I am happy if achieve this level of detail in 1/48, but you do it on a smaller scale yet!

 

Looking forward to the finished build!

 

Cheers,

Markus

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That's some remarkable cockpit painting, viperbite!  Very impressive.   At 1/72 that must have been torture for your eyes -- but a real feast for ours : )

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Thank you guys, just a bit little more progress...

 

49365236622_45bdf0d7b9_c.jpg無標題 by Brent Jin, 於 Flickr

 

49365026491_4a849ddd54_c.jpg無標題 by Brent Jin, 於 Flickr

 

49365235672_0098a64d44_c.jpg無標題 by Brent Jin, 於 Flickr

 

49365020531_f724d9824b_c.jpg無標題 by Brent Jin, 於 Flickr

 

49364558933_4aac30bf0b_c.jpg無標題 by Brent Jin, 於 Flickr

 

49365020456_bb29a00941_c.jpg無標題 by Brent Jin, 於 Flickr

 

49365220802_19e7a512b1_c.jpg無標題 by Brent Jin, 於 Flickr

 

Thank you~

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Some little progress...

 

Since the wheels from Truescale, which are great, have low pressure that the real aircraft won't have on board the carrier, I have to redo the wheels from Reskit. 

 

 

And I finished some post shading on the main frame.

Thank you for watching

 

 

Edited by viperbite

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Nice!

 

How do you achieve this grime on the main and nose gears?

Enamel or oil paints?

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On 2/5/2020 at 6:56 PM, shion said:

Nice!

 

How do you achieve this grime on the main and nose gears?

Enamel or oil paints?

I used acrylic panit for that, enamel can do the same thing.

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After finishing the decals, I sprayed another layer of clear coat, then it's time to weathering the stuff.

 

The port side is weathered with oil paint, while the starboard isn't.

 

49567703898_820f409755_b.jpg無標題 by Brent Jin, 於 Flickr

 

49568202796_179620599f_b.jpg無標題 by Brent Jin, 於 Flickr

 

49568202806_0a69cdf77d_b.jpg無標題 by Brent Jin, 於 Flickr

 

49568430502_f0ec626bc1_b.jpg無標題 by Brent Jin, 於 Flickr

 

49568430492_c74a3de584_b.jpg無標題 by Brent Jin, 於 Flickr

 

Thank you.

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