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Wouter

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About Wouter

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    LSM Member
  • Birthday 04/21/1979

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    Male
  • Location
    Netherlands
  • Interests
    WWII, luftwaffe, dutch, early civil aviation 30's - 50's

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  1. Wouter

    Scammell Pioneer wrecker

    A proper utility vehicle!
  2. Wouter

    Hobbyboss Merkava MK4

    Such a futuristic tank, no matter how old it really is. Very well done
  3. Wouter

    1/35 Trumpeter T-80BV

    Cool paint job!
  4. Great subject, very well executed Michael
  5. Wouter

    Just an idea

    The other day I was thinking: why doesnt LSM have a proper frontpage/website? I know the forum originated from Scaleplasticandrail, which was, in my opinion an excellent review website. That work still continues today with reviews from James, Jeroen and a few others, which are posted here on the forum. But these reviews tend to get burried rather quick. Wouldn't it be great to get an even better platform to showcase these reviews? And probably the occasional build from members. We could think up a build of the week or month by voting in the forums for example. I'd recon it's probably not as easy as it's sound, not to mention the costs for hosting and the extra time for support. But with the growing numbers it might be worth some consideration.
  6. Wouter

    I'm a bad boy

    I'm out of the loop, are you banned from LSP? And what's with the surge of people from LSP to here? Not that I'm complaining, just curious.
  7. Wouter

    Another Newbie!

    Welcome!
  8. Wouter

    1/48 Wellington Mk.X (He727 NA-K)

    That´s some serious progress you got there Jeroen, keep it going!
  9. Wouter

    Ju 388 L-1

    I skipped a few steps posting, so it appears i made some big steps in the mean time. For painting I went with only a slightly weathered look, but due to the end of the war conditions I wanted the paint to start fading a little. Getting there ever so slowly and I found some time to take a few beauty shots outside in the sun. Steps done after last post: - camouflage painting (all done with MR paint - paint) - gloss coat - decals and sprayed markings. The larger decals in the kit didn't adhere very well so I ended up spray painting them. Looks better anyway and lesson learned that shortcuts don't work in modelling... - panel line wash - sprayed exhaust staining - satin coat - removed canopy mask! yeah. On to the last bits and bobs (landing gear, antennas, guns, periscope). Cheers, Wouter And one of my favourite angles
  10. Wouter

    Ju 388 L-1

    Hi, it's a kit form JH Models. I bought mine from the Aviationmegastore, but you can also order direct from JH models: http://www.jhmodels.eu/plastic-models/model-stands/no-3201-stand-new/ Yep, the foam is just temporary for painting
  11. Wouter

    1/48 Wellington Mk.X (He727 NA-K)

    OMG Jeroen, you really like to torture yourself with that PE... impressive stuff! Love the printed aerial picture, it's gonna be a model/memorial to cherish when finished.
  12. Wouter

    1/48 Wellington Mk.X (He727 NA-K)

    goed bezig
  13. Wouter

    1/48 Wellington Mk.X (He727 NA-K)

    Hnnnnngggg... eye twitch... That's some serious test for your patience
  14. Wouter

    Ju 388 L-1

    And we've got wings! No turning back now. I've spent a copious amount of time to blend the wing root smooth, but the time spent here will pay off at the painting stage (so I hope ). Next update we'll see some color.
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