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Made out of the box with Eduard belts, painted with WEM colocoats.
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Simon Whitney said on January 3, 2014
Nice job there, not too weathered. Some great chipping done.
Wel done sir.
Rob Pollock said on January 3, 2014
Clean build of a great aircraft, and the subdued finishes provide a more natural look.
Too often we see A6M schemes with too high a percentage of the paint blown back to airframe aluminium, which I think is less representative of theatre aircraft than it is of a box-of-tricks modelling exercise.
Alan Rush said on January 3, 2014
Looks great! As others have said, the weathering and chipping are nicely done. Looking at your other articles it seems that you moved to a larger scale.
Ramon R. Lomeli said on January 3, 2014
very nice! i agree, the weathering looks great!
bob mack said on January 3, 2014
nice to look at
Frank Cronin said on January 3, 2014
Nothing needs to ever be changed on this. You did an outstanding job. I really like everything about what you have done here, Makes me want to put one of these on my list of things to do,
Mike Maynard said on January 3, 2014
Nice clean build, paint finish has a subdued prototypical appearence, spot on!
James Robert Feuilherade said on January 3, 2014
Excellent. As others have also said, I really like the weathering. In my experience, aircraft outer extremities tend to stay very clean, whilst engine areas can get very dirtied up. Personally, I avoid too much panel outlining/shading as to me it is a sort “over-realism” or “computer generated” look. As I said, I’ve never seen that on real aircraft? So your weathering I like…a lot!
Tom Cleaver said on January 4, 2014
Outstanding talent and craftsmanship. Very realistic.
Bryan W. Bernart said on January 6, 2014
Beautiful, subtle finish. Well done.
George Williams said on January 8, 2014
Very nice finish on this, and it’s interesting to see the comparison in size with the paint tins.
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