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MWP project : Mirage IIIc "Ça va sans dire !" 1/32

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Hi to all

I present to you my latest work carried out with the complete aluminum coating technique (self-adhesive tape) of the Mirage IIIc model based on the Italeri kit in 1/32 scale and performed with the MWP https://www.adventurephotomodels.com/metal-work-panels/technique:

 

 

 

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DATA SHEET

 

kit:                       Italeri N. 2505 - Dassault Mirage IIIc  - production 2013 - 1/32

aftermarket : Eduard BigEd Part I :  Remove before Flight - interior  -seatbelts

                                                          Part II : exterior & mask

                              Eduard Brassin:   Mirage IIIc wheels (resin parts)

                              Berna decals    for the version shown below

                              Master (Air) :     Pitot tube & adapter (white metal)  for Italeri kit

                              Scale Aircraft Conversions :  Landing Gears (white metal)

scratch build: yes interior & exterior custom intakes modified (open) -  airbrakes      detailed

version:             ECT02/002  "Côte d'Or" Dijon-Longvic -1970 "Mort qui fauche"

mwp (finiture) :  yes ( full aluminum coated)

mwp (technique) difficulty:  for advanced modeller

start wip :      february  2019

end   wip :      february  2020

 

 

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the final result:

 

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To create the photos in the hangar, I used the product of the Noy's 3D UHD Display in 1/32 scale but changing the proportions via plotter:

 

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Thanks for your attention
George

 

for more  pics and info: http://www.adventurephotomodels.com

 

Edited by aquatarkus10
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Oh my! That is an amazing build. I also went over to your web site and your work is just beautiful. Superlative.  BTW, that first link in the first post, requires a login ID and password to get it.

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1 hour ago, Mstor said:

Oh my! That is an amazing build. I also went over to your web site and your work is just beautiful. Superlative.  BTW, that first link in the first post, requires a login ID and password to get it.

Tanks for the comment I've aprecieted very much .

I entered an icorrect link and now correct it.

Thank for the tip.

George

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aquatarkus10 wrote:

I present to you my latest work carried out with the complete aluminum coating technique (self-adhesive tape) of the Mirage IIIc model based on the Italeri kit in 1/32 scale and performed with the MWP.

 

George,

I have to say, only the unskilled and "Faint of Heart" would even attempt a project such

as this one. But you are someone who is not lacking courage, nor squeamish and most

willing and obviously able to rise to the occasion. "Splendid and stellar performance!"

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You should teach us how to apply that aluminum tape : )    It looks very realistic!

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Thank you all for your interest in the MWP metal coating technique

As for the teaching of how to correctly perform the technique, I am trying to make a small but essential tutorial video that I will publish on my website.
Meanwhile, you can find some excellent indications & samples  on this page: https://www.adventurephotomodels.com/metal-work-panels/

 

another mwp model sample : Lockeed/Canadair CF 104G 417°SQN Cold Lake Alberta late 1970 - Italeri kit 1/32 scale model

 

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