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  1. Thanks coolboxx . I put the decals, applied the gloss clear, simulate the exhaust gases (need a retouch) and a few more drained liquids. Finally mate clear. Auxiliary fuel tank. Regards ajcmac
  2. Rob. Thanks. I did not abuse the shipping much because I think this Zero is already from the end of the war. I applied lights and shadows and applied other colors to give a better weathering effect and, I think I did. I applied weathering and some shipping. Then I applied a clear gloss coat of Alclad. Now the decals. Regards ajcmac
  3. And after the mask was ready I painted the green (Tamiya's XF-70). Regards ajcmac
  4. Thanks coolboxx. I started the process of weathering. I already have the attack edge of the wings painted yellow. Follow the mask and paint the top green. Regards ajcmac
  5. GusMac I've had some, mostly from Badger, and I liked it. He had, for me, a fault with Harder & Steenbeck. Cleaning the airbrush and replacing the parts. Now I do not think about changing. I finished the engine cowling... and the propeller. And after everything glued and ready I started painting the model. Bottom of the model. Landing gear doors and rear landing gear. Additional deposit. Regards ajcmac
  6. This has been standing in the paintings because I had a problem with the airbrush. Nozzle, air cap or needle ??? To be sure, I bought the complete set. In the meantime I glued the model. Missing the machine gun in the cockpit because following the Hasegawa scheme does not enter. I did an experiment and got glue at the end. It even avoids complications in painting. Regards ajcmac
  7. Coolboxx The quality of the kit helps a lot. It's a great kit. Fused fuselage lines were sanded to remove the glue marks and glued the rear stabilizers. The propeller with weathering. Now another layer of glocc clear, a wash and then mate clear. Regards ajcmac
  8. Thanks Cees . The interiors are ready. Regards ajcmac
  9. Weekend and many hours spent on the bench. Seat belts with weathering. Glued fuselage. The engine . The exhaust pipes are missing. The propeller. Regards ajcmac
  10. More advances in the cockpit. Now the decals on the dashboard, glue the seat belts and I get the cockpit ready. Regards ajcmac
  11. The interiors almost ready. Painted canopy. The engine parts are already painted. Regards ajcmac
  12. While waiting for the arrival of some paints I went ahead some parts. Wings and auxiliary tank already glued. I painted the wheels. I applied some weathering on the engine cover, landing gear and sights. I forced a little because with the application of clear almost everything fades. Regards ajcmac
  13. Cees From the Tamiya and Hasegawa instruction sheets is the color they indicate. I also saw several photos of the A6M5 (black and white) and they all have very dark landing gear that seems to be black. I also got this photos and the landing gear is black. The first is a kit. Regards ajcmac
  14. I started painting the model. The engine cover. Landing gear. The propeller. The cockpit. Regards ajcmac
  15. While I await the arrival of the paints for the model I have been preparing some pieces. The engine cover. The interiors. Fit test where everything seemed perfect. Regards ajcmac
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