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Mustang IV Tamiya 1/32

Mustang IV
303 Polish squadron 1945
Tamiya 1/32
Melius Manu – mask
HGW – seatbelts
Barracuda Studios – Cockpit upgrade, Cockpit stencils
Eduard – photo-etched, Brassin wheels
Master – barrels
Painted Tamiya, Gunze

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20 responses to Mustang IV Tamiya 1/32

  1. Incredible, what more can you say. I can walk up to it pre-flight it and then fire her up and lets fly!!!

  2. Really excellent, i enjoy it.

  3. Excellent paint, very realistic!

  4. Superb finish.Master Modeler and excellent photography.

  5. Great build, great paintjob, you really hit the shine spot on, and great footage on top of that. Congratulations!

  6. Stunning weathering…… Each color seems to have dozens of shades!

  7. Out door photography, natural light with a tree line in the back round and a strong build makes for some great modeling and photography. The Tamiya Mustang gets a lot of rave reviews and comments but, this build puts it at another level of excellence Artur. This article is another strong candidate for model of the month. Two thumbs up

  8. I’ve never seen a build of one of these Tamiya Mustangs (at least from an experienced modeller) that I haven’t liked. They’re a real playground of techniques and skills. Very nice work, Arthur.

  9. Arthur, first rate work, almost looks real!

  10. Thank you all from such kind words, it’s very motivates me to continue to work

  11. Artur, this is a gorgeous build! It looks very real. It was well photographed as well.

  12. This one looks like the real thing, the colours, presentation – spectacular!

  13. Wow – excellent! As others have mentioned, looks like I could crawl into the cockpit and fire it up! Love the ‘Stang in British colors – one of these days I’ll get one done…!

  14. Can’t believe what I see, Artur.
    Not just great modelling, but a piece of art.

  15. Your outdoor photography is always excellent and I think this is the the best yet.

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