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My first 1/32 scale plane
Thanks for comments and helpful critics
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Yves Dhont said on January 15, 2018
I know the kangaroo should be ‘jumping’ forward
Terry Schuler said on January 15, 2018
Yves, I always like seeing the early jets, and from the looks of this you’ve done some really fine work here, well done !
George Williams said on January 15, 2018
It looks very nice, Yves, the colour scheme really suits it. Which kit is it?
Thanks, it is the Revell 04709 kit
Dirk Derks said on January 15, 2018
Welcome on Imodeler
Good to see my best mate from Model club Eeklo (Belgium) on this forum.
The Sea Venom is very well represented in this 1/32 example.Job well done. Regards, Dirk
Craig Abrahamson said on January 15, 2018
Excellent work, sir…..welcome aboard.
Jeff Bailey said on January 15, 2018
Welcome, Yves! Beautiful Sea Venom!
Greg Kittinger said on January 15, 2018
Very nice! I love these early jets as well – it seemed they were all unique. The latest generation jets all seem to be coalescing around common design themes, mostly due to technology I presume.
I also like the early jets and propeller aircrafts the most
Julian Shawyer said on January 15, 2018
Great looking model in a great colour scheme.
neil foster said on January 15, 2018
Wow Yves,from what I’m told this isn’t a great kit so you’ve made an amazing job, I build quite a bit of FAA stuff myself so I’m always interested to know what paints you’re using ,it looks like Humbrol to me.
Thanks, i used xtracolor sky and medium sea grey on this one. The fuel tanks are tamiya acrylic blue
Pedro L. Rocha said on January 15, 2018
I like it,
Robert Royes said on January 15, 2018
Superb build! and welcome to the site.
John Healy said on January 15, 2018
Very nice job and welcome!
Tom Bebout said on January 16, 2018
Good looking Sea Venom Yves, especially like the color scheme.
Rob Pollock said on January 16, 2018
Colour scheme very nice, and a clean build – not always easy with this aircraft.
Tom Cleaver said on January 16, 2018
There’s a neat little trick you can use to get rid of those pesky gaps on canopies attaching to the fuselage – run white glue around the gap. When it dries it’s invisible and fills the gap. Nice work otherwise on this old kit.
Yves Dhont said on January 16, 2018
Thanks for the tip, i will use it on the canopy of my next model,
a 1/32 F86 Canadian Golden Hawk.
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