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Stéphane Bredel
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Vought F4U-1D Corsair – US Navy VF-84 – USS Bunker Hill - Febr.1945

September 28, 2020 · in Aviation · · 19 · 2.4K

Bonjour chers iModelers,

I am glad to introduce my latest model, a very classic from , but I wanted it on my shelf.
It is the well-known kit which is, despite of its age, a more than excellent kit.

My first try with chipping fluid. So far, so good, I learnt how to use it (did I say I had to repaint three times the yellow ring because paint on chipping fluid hate to receive any masking tape?...)

Acrylic paints (Mr Hobby Aqueous, Mr Color and Tamiya). Everything is from the box except decals which come from a Techmod sheet (Art. no. 48068).

Thanks for watching, and enjoy!

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19 responses

  1. Very nice result, Stephane. I like your cockpit work, using just what was in the kit.

  2. Turned out very nice

  3. Nice result, Stéphane.
    Agree with Tom that the interior turned out very well.

  4. Bonjour monsieur @Stelaire!
    This is a great build! For sure, Tamiya kit is good, but you made an exceptional job out of it!
    Echoing the nice gents above comments, I also love the cockpit (the nice looking seatbelts included).
    Well done!

  5. Great build, Stephane.

  6. Nice looking bent wing bird Stephane. I like it.

  7. Hello Stephane, thanks for sharing your Corsair build with us here on iModeler. I always enjoy seeing a good looking Corsair.

  8. Great job! The chipping makes all the difference, really well done.

  9. Michael, Tom, Jim and Jim, many thanks for your nice comments!

  10. Very nice looking Corsair. You did a nice job on what I would agree is a nice kit also.

  11. Agreed, I like the light chipping effect in what seems to be all the right spots. Great paint and fine results.

  12. Looks great! Your chipping work turned out really nice. Solid build!

  13. Walt, Andrew and Greg, thank you sincerely for your kind comments!

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