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I’ve finished another kit, it’s a little rough around the edges but I’m happy with the outcome.
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Editor said on August 1, 2013
Looking great from here, Bernard. Thanks for sharing!
AL HOFFMAN said on August 1, 2013
Can’t see those rough edges from where I sit. Looks good.
Bernard Wylie said on August 1, 2013
Thanks for the kind comments guys 🙂
Maxim Bylkin said on August 1, 2013
Nice and neat!
George Williams said on August 1, 2013
Sorry, Bernard, I can’t see any rough edges, and the photos are pretty neat too!
Craig Abrahamson said on August 1, 2013
Great build, great pics….welcome back to the “hobby”…lol 🙂
Seamus Boughe said on August 1, 2013
Lemme see here. No silvering decals, no errant panel lines, wingtips at even height,, no scratches or smudges, I dunno, can’t find a rough edge. Nicely done and welcome back to the hobby.
Frank Cronin said on August 1, 2013
I looks very nice to me. As I have said before, I have never seen a Corsair that I didn’t like. Think about joining the “I know where the mistakes are and I’m not telling you” club. It’s very satisfying.
I like this club, can I join too?
steven a weinmann said on August 1, 2013
she is beautiful Bernard I agree with the masses no rough edges
bob mack said on August 1, 2013
gorgeous…who’s intermediate blue did you use…it’s lovely
It’s Vallejo No: 71.113, all the paints with the exception of a few details are Vallejo.
Tom Cleaver said on August 1, 2013
Very nice work. It really is like riding a bicycle, isn’t it?
Chuck A. Villanueva said on August 2, 2013
Well done Corsair, Fly Navy
Bryan W. Bernart said on August 2, 2013
Nice work! 30 years off sure didn’t slow you down. It’s like being an addict. You can quit and get cleaned up-and stay that way for a long time, but one taste and you’re back in it neck deep, worse than ever. Don’t resist…
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