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Another shelf of doom finish. Corsair painted with Model Master Paints. Weathered with Mig wash. Tamiya Pilot finished with Tamiya paints and Mig wash.
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Tony Prince said on October 24, 2015
Very nice Brian. Excellent weathering. Really looks the part!
Tom Cleaver said on October 24, 2015
Looks like a member of TF 38 after 3 months of “The Big Blue Blanket”:killing kamikazes. Very realistic finish – the reason the Navy liked Glossy Sea Blue is it stuck to the airframe (unlike the paints in the tri-color scheme) and just loss the “glossy” under the tropic sun. Very nice.
Terry Schuler said on October 24, 2015
Nice Corsair Brian. Your finish looks smooth as glass. Well done.
George Williams said on October 25, 2015
A Tamiya Corsair on the shelf of doom? I thought these kits were as near as perfect as could be. Whatever, you look to have done another great job on this one.
Jim Sullivan said on October 25, 2015
Hello Brian, you’ve produced a fine model of that F4U-1D in the markings of VBF-6 aboard USS Hancock. The faded and weathered finish looks great. Very well done. A nice carrier deck section beneath it would enhance it even more.
Brian Scott said on October 25, 2015
Jim i have a USS Hancock diorama planned. Got a Hellcat to do soon.
Brian, that would be a nice display to show them together. I look forward to your Hellcat build.
P.k said on October 25, 2015
Greg Kittinger said on October 26, 2015
Nicely done – really like the realistically painted figure.
David Hansen said on October 27, 2015
Nice job Brian. Good to see another airplane clear the Shelf of Doom!!
Drew Tarter said on October 31, 2015
Terrific work, Brian! Your painting and weathering are superb!
Dirk Derks said on November 6, 2015
I did like your “used” Cosair alot.
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