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Rob Pollock said on August 14, 2015
Another nice offering in this scale, Paulo. I think for me personally the panel lines are a little too pronounced, but that’s a bugbear of mine and so otherwise shouldn’t detract from the work.
Paulo Castro said on August 14, 2015
I agree with the panel lines, that’s why I curb my enthusiasm doing the P40E.
P.k said on August 14, 2015
Well done regardless of the basis kit.
Gregor d said on August 14, 2015
Nicely done! Good to see a 109 in a different scheme.
Thanks all for the kind words
Greg Kittinger said on August 14, 2015
Nicely done, and as mentioned above, enjoy the different scheme to a perennial favorite. I also agree with Rob about the heaviness of the panel lines, and it looks like you tamed them down on your Airfix Warhawk, so getting the handle on it! That’s the way it goes with us – always experimenting and refining technique! I look forward to seeing more from you.
Craig Abrahamson said on August 14, 2015
You certainly make working in 72nd scale look easy….(I can’t).
David Mills said on August 14, 2015
Nice work Paulo! Great Colours and I like the scratch built extras like the RDF aerial etc. – the Airfix kit can be a little basic – but these extra touches set it off really well.
Paulo Castro said on August 15, 2015
George Williams said on August 19, 2015
Maybe it’s a little too “stripey” but very neat work nonetheless, makes me want to try 1/72 again (after a break of 55 years!).
Paulo Castro said on August 19, 2015
I agree with you about the stripes, lesson learned. Check my P40E in Brazilian Air Force scheme, that one I’ve done just after this Me109.
Bernd Müller said on August 22, 2015
One of the best builds i have seen from this kit, excellent paint job, well done !
Paulo Castro said on August 22, 2015
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