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My first 1/32 scale plane
Thanks for comments and helpful critics
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I know the kangaroo should be 'jumping' forward
Yves, I always like seeing the early jets, and from the looks of this you've done some really fine work here, well done !
It looks very nice, Yves, the colour scheme really suits it. Which kit is it?
Thanks, it is the Revell 04709 kit
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Good to see my best mate from Model club Eeklo (Belgium) on this forum.
The Sea Venom is very well represented in this 1/32 example.Job well done. Regards, Dirk
Excellent work, sir...welcome aboard.
Welcome, Yves! Beautiful Sea Venom!
Very nice! I love these early jets as well - it seemed they were all unique. The latest generation jets all seem to be coalescing around common design themes, mostly due to technology I presume.
I also like the early jets and propeller aircrafts the most
Great looking model in a great colour scheme.
Wow Yves,from what I'm told this isn't a great kit so you've made an amazing job, I build quite a bit of FAA stuff myself so I'm always interested to know what paints you're using ,it looks like Humbrol to me.
Thanks, i used xtracolor sky and medium sea grey on this one. The fuel tanks are tamiya acrylic blue
I like it,
Superb build! and welcome to the site.
Very nice job and welcome!
Good looking Sea Venom Yves, especially like the color scheme.
Colour scheme very nice, and a clean build - not always easy with this aircraft.
There's a neat little trick you can use to get rid of those pesky gaps on canopies attaching to the fuselage - run white glue around the gap. When it dries it's invisible and fills the gap. Nice work otherwise on this old kit.
Thanks for the tip, i will use it on the canopy of my next model,
a 1/32 F86 Canadian Golden Hawk.
Nice modeling my co citizen of the Kingdom of Belgium!
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