by Ayhan Toplu
July 16, 2015 in Aviation
1/48 Eduard Spitfire Mk.IXe
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Tags: Eduard, Spitfire
Craig Abrahamson on July 16, 2015
Nicely finished and photographed, sir…..I like that a lot.
Simon Whitney on July 16, 2015
A very nice NMF Spitfire.
Well done sir.
George Williams on July 16, 2015
Beautifully turned out, Ayhan, and, although I know those markings are correct, I’m not sure they really suit the lines of the Spitfire that well (please don’t take that as a criticism, it’s just my view).
Rob Pollock on July 17, 2015
I know what you mean, George. The hard geometric patterns seem at odds with the elliptical, feminine line of the aircraft, but the actual quality of the model itself is first-rate, I think.
Ramon R. Lomeli on July 16, 2015
that is a BEAUTIFUL spitfire! i love that burnt metal effect behind the exhaust stacks! you should post a block of instructions on how you did it! 🙂
Rob Pollock on July 16, 2015
Great looking finishes here. Alclad?
DE4EVER on July 17, 2015
I just got back to the forum after a few day’s off of here due to room organization here and was stunned too see this beauty.
Nice work Ayhan , that overall paint , the weathering and the markings, really do set it apart. In all it is a very interesting model.
Mike Grant on July 17, 2015
Your weathering is something to aspire to, Ayhan. Superb work.
Greg Kittinger on July 17, 2015
Very nice work! Love the finish.
Paul van Acker on July 18, 2015
Fantastic job. Is that alclad?
Tom Cleaver on July 18, 2015
James Robert Feuilherade on July 20, 2015
Looks great, those Eduard Spits look very accurate, wonder if there are any old Spits lying around the Turkish countryside!? 🙂
P.k on July 22, 2015
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