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Giuseppe's squero
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Some great modelling going on here, Giuseppe and that P-47 is really excellent.

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here some progress on the Ki-21 Sally

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I still have to made a lot of correction


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Magnificent. This one is shaping up to be a stunner.

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How on earth did you do the squiggles?
They look brilliant!

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iggie wrote:
How on earth did you do the squiggles?
They look brilliant!


first step a green water pencil (acquerello) second step a flat paintbrush and a lot of madness.

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That Sally is already a show-stopper!

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Those squiggles are the bees knees.


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a pair of weeks and here the end of the challenge, the rebuildt undercarriage

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Well this picture is a bit old, I made some other stuff and correction

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Excellent job rebuilding the undercarriage, Giuseppe and with that squiggle paintwork, very nice indeed.

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Good grief :shock: !

You must have nerves like steel chain to keep concentration for a whole aircraft! And a marvelous replica came out of it.

Thanks for the watercolour pencil tip - might give that a go.

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Spaceowl wrote:
Good grief :shock: !

You must have nerves like steel chain to keep concentration for a whole aircraft! And a marvelous replica came out of it.

Thanks for the watercolour pencil tip - might give that a go.



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COMPLETED

Mitsubishi Ki-21 II Sally 14° Sentai 3° Chutai Burma 1942 Revell/Takara 1/72

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WOW! Really nice work!

Thanks for sharing the method for squiggle making. Very interesting.


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