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Finisched model Revell – monogram kit ..
Juanty jo,498th bs,biak island ,new giunea.
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John Healy said on June 1, 2019
That’s really well done. Just like Shep Paine!
Tom Bebout said on June 1, 2019
Excellent work Valter, really top notch. Great post to start off June 2019. I’ve build a couple of the Monogram/Revell B-25’s but nothing matches yours by comparison.Really like it.
Pedro L. Rocha said on June 1, 2019
Admirable work Valter, truly catches the eye in several areas of the dio. I say this goes to the model of the month pool
James B Robinson said on June 1, 2019
Great job! Well done on the photos too.
David A. Thomas said on June 1, 2019
Stunning work. I thought you began your post within vintage photo of the real thing, not a diorama. Excellent and convincing detail work.
On another note, can you imagine being of the receiving end of all that forward firepower? Ouch.
Tim T said on June 1, 2019
Flat out amazing!
Louis Gardner said on June 1, 2019
This is spectacular work indeed !!! The old Monogram kit is a fun build, and I have one currently on the workbench……….. All of your scratch building work has taken it to the next level. This is definitely model of the month material. When I first saw these completed pictures it immediately reminded me of a Shep Payne diorama.
Matt Minnichsoffer said on June 1, 2019
Super work. The photos really sell.
Tom Cleaver said on June 1, 2019
That’s really excellent. Highly realistic detailing and weathering.
Greg Kittinger said on June 3, 2019
Looks great! Love all the paint and weathering work. Well done.
George Henderson said on June 5, 2019
Great weathering. May I ask how you got the dusty look? I need something like that on my current build
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