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Corsair built the Tamiya kit in 1:48 scale.
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George Williams said on January 21, 2018
Interesting to compare this with Dan’s postings on this page, it seems you can’t go wrong with a Corsair, they all look great, including this one.
neil foster said on January 21, 2018
USS Bunker Hill I believe ,great weathering ,she looks so tough and rugged, great work.
Ulf Lundberg said on January 21, 2018
What a beautiful weathering job!
You made my day.
Julian Shawyer said on January 21, 2018
Extremely good weathering.
david leigh-smith said on January 21, 2018
Krzysztof, this is a marvel. The graduations in the sea blue are lovely. Quite often the undercarriage is where a model will take a hit but the care you’ve put into those areas speaks of patience and detail.
Craig Abrahamson said on January 21, 2018
“Rode hard and put away wet”, huh…? Excellent craftsmanship, sir. Can’t go wrong with those Tamiya Corsairs! 🙂
Mark Rezac said on January 21, 2018
Stephen W Towle said on January 21, 2018
Excellent, work in doing the weathering. What technique did you use to do the chipping and flaking ? Looks more involved than using the salt method.
Robert Royes said on January 21, 2018
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Jeff Bailey said on January 21, 2018
Another beauty, Krzysztof! You’ve been quite busy, lately.
Hongseob CHOI said on January 21, 2018
That’s definitely one of the most impressive weathered corsair I’ve ever seen!
Tom Bebout said on January 22, 2018
Impressive work indeed.
Greg Kittinger said on January 22, 2018
Excellent result! I’ve not seen a Corsair weathered quite so heavily, but it looks fantastic.
david leigh-smith said on January 22, 2018
Can I ‘like’ this twice?
Alexander SD said on January 30, 2018
I can just say….amazing! Brilliant work on this gorgeous airplane!
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