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New to the LSM Forum. Here my last airplane kit I finished 3 1/2 years ago. Since a few days ago, I had lost my mojo.
I gave it a special treatment. Raised rivets from Archer.

Dirk

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I second Martin, your Avenger is beautiful. I always liked the tri tone camo best, it's such a great canvas for weathering, which you mastered perfectly. 
BTW, welcome to LSM Dirk and make yourself comfortable among us.

Cheers Rob

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2 hours ago, Anthony in NZ said:

I agree with Martin, thats some seriously good skills there.  I hope mine comes out half that good!

Cheers Anthony

Thanks Anthony. I worked 10 months on it. Nervwrecking at some points. The kit itself is good. But what I planned with those raised rivets an extra details...I wouldn´t do it again. Painting it was the most fun.

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16 hours ago, GusMac said:

Beautiful result and great weathering with the oils (?) giving a lovely faded paintjob.

Thx. Yes, its oils

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On 3/8/2022 at 1:28 PM, Bomber_County said:

Dirk, welcome to LSM, beautiful build and the weathering is sublime, another master builder joins the happy band………

Agreed 100% !....harv 🏆

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