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Lamborghini Huracan - 1/24 by Aoshima


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Here is a new project which I have started several days ago during my Christmas vacation. It is the Lamborghini Huracan in 1/24 by Aoshima. A wonderful kit full of nice details.
Additionally there is a set of etched parts available which is adding great details to the car.... 
So here we go ...
 
The chassis... steering front axle, green brake saddles and chromed wheels. The details on the engine deck are metal stickers from the add-on parts set.
 
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Some first colors at the interior... it will be matt black with batt green later... (same color as for the exterieur, but matt). A clear coat matt follows ...
 
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Some etched mesh installed, some first parts of the body put together and some primers.... then a first layer of Tamiya light green as a kind of "primer" for the "real paint job" :)  ....
 
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So far for now ...
 
Cheers
Micha


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Hello,
 
the interior painting is mostly finished. The green parts were painted with a shiny light green from Tamiya, then masked and the black areas painted with Lifecolor matt black. A flat clear coat follows to give the green a flat look like leather.
Now further small details will be painted and further parts added ....
 
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After the grey primer and wet sanding followed a first "primer" with Tamiya's shiny light green which I have sanded smooth after its drying.
The main painting was made in color "Lamborghini Verde Mantis" from Zero Paints. The original color of the Lamborghini Huracán. It was sprayed in 3 thin layers, the body put in a chest during the drying time to avoid any dust in the paint.
As soon as the color was fully dry I have added two thin layers clear coat. Mr. Hobby's "Mr Super Clear Gloss" was used from the spray can. 
I think the result is great... I love it. A very glossy, clean surface and a great green metallic color - nearly as the real one. Now I will keep it some time for full drying .... 
 
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Cheers
Micha

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You would certainly be visible driving that. Every speed cop in the region would be after you!