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Supermarine Spitfire Mk. IX C 1/144 Eduard
Brengun photo-etched, vacu canopy
Master metal barrel
Paint Gunze, Tamiya
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Bernard E. Hackett, Jr. said on January 13, 2017
Artur, taking nothing away from the Spitfire, whose grass is that?
Given the scale, this is even more beautifully done, I thought it was a 48th.
What kind/amount is the coin? I’m thinking equivalent to a penny?
Lovely painstaking work.
Editor said on January 13, 2017
Hello Artur, glad to see you onboard at iModeler. I can see that your interests range from the very largest to the smallest :). This one looks tiny, but what a commendable paint job. There had to be a lot of masking to achieve this followed by just seconds of airbrushing! Thanks for sharing
Craig Abrahamson said on January 13, 2017
Sweet little build, Artur….nice work.
Robert Royes said on January 13, 2017
Such detail in so small a scale, great job.
Allan J Withers said on January 13, 2017
nice little model Artur.
DE4EVER said on January 13, 2017
🙂 … Greetings … 🙂 :
As I observe this piece of art, I am reminded of a saying that goes pretty much as this : GOOD PERFUMES COMES IN SMALL BOTTLES.
Very nice work on this model Artur .
Artur Domanski said on January 14, 2017
So it was very cool to work with this model
Erich Goldbach said on January 14, 2017
Beautifully done,…geez I have trouble dealing with 1:72 scale stuff, glad your eye sight is good!😄
Carl Christensen said on January 14, 2017
1/144??!! That looks excellent. I’m almost tempted to build one myself for something different
Artur Domanski said on January 15, 2017
George Williams said on January 15, 2017
Amazing work, such a contrast with your larger scale work but still to a consistently high standard.
Greg Kittinger said on January 15, 2017
Beautiful Spit – especially in that scale!
George Henderson said on January 19, 2017
Very, very nice in any scale
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