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antonio argudo

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About antonio argudo

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  1. thanks mate, glad about it! also me, thanks mate! cheers Progress from last session on the seat, printed some dashed lines on white decals and some barracuda leftovers also, hope you like it, until next, cheers Antonio
  2. Thanks Phil, keep those Mustang coming , cheers progres from today is the Instrument panel, used as reference guide the amazing work of John Terrell simulators, they are so accurate. Used mostly the Revell kit decals which are for the D-5 block, it's been a labor of love, had to cut each one independently to transfer to the panel, neck hurts but I'm satisfy, next is the seat cheers
  3. Thanks Harv, glad you like it mate, cheers first try with the hairspray technique on the chipping wood floor
  4. pics from today's session, some paint on the fuel tank, although the radio rack will cover mostly of the surface, cheers
  5. thanks mate! thanks, some Mr Surfacer and a rough brush, cheers thanks mate, stay tune! cheers
  6. small progres from today, gotta love Barracuda's pedals with NAA logo
  7. I represented the Dynamotor for the SCR-522-A and the thin wall between the seat and tank although it won't be any visible at all once the rest of the elements will be installed
  8. starting with the fuselage tank, gave it some texture with putty
  9. Hello everyone, going to build this bird flown by Ace Wallace Hopkins of the 361st Fighter Group, here some reference pictures of "Ferocious Frankie" as I'm intended to represent, cheers
  10. looking great that Buchon, you might like this pic, cheers
  11. Hi everyone, so after a couple of weeks left aside did some progress, she is airborne now! cheers
  12. Thanks for your reply Fidd88 well, it is an interesting topic, not sure if there will be a definitive answer on it, as you mention there are many factors that can take place, I guess everyone will see it on his own perception so everybody is happy at the end of the day thanks for posting that information and your point of view, I appreciate it, cheers I saw recently this pic of a fw190 wing, quite interesting colors
  13. thank you Phil, I'm glad you like it, I need to get the last details done, gonna force myself tonight, cheers!
  14. special system like Douglas Bader, it actually give you some advantage on the g-force effect! thank you mate, cheers!
  15. thanks GazzaS, greetings to my beloved Australia!!!! cheers So some work has been done, painted the canopy (which has not the best fit in closed position) some details on the pilot, gears up also, hopping soon to get on the finish line, cheers
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