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MC.200 "Saetta" 1:48 Italeri

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Hello! I know I haven’t been in the forum for a long time, but that’s how it is with me. We started a little weekend project yesterday. My wife is happy because another box is disappearing on my closet. “Saetta” straight out of the box and without additives. Only these masks I make myself for the glazing. So far, only the contents of the box. It’s a pity there aren’t any extras.


The studio isn’t finished yet, so the photos are completely finished.





The glazing is beautiful and transparent.


Painting is also chosen.


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Yesterday it was possible to put together the interior of the cabin and the model. As I wrote, I did the glazing of the cabin myself with TAMIYA tape.






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This time I approached the camouflage a little differently, first it went yellow and after masking it grey on the underside. Then mask and green at the top and the sides went. Of course, the colors that correspond to the Italian camouflage of the Bilmodels palette.




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Very nice Kriss, the camo came out great, you seem to have steady hands with the airbrush, chapeau. The Italians had a soft spot for delicate camo schemes. I'm actually building a WWI Lancia, used in Spain with an also weird camo pattern. 

Cheers Rob

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Well, the fun of painting the camouflage is over, now putting everything together has been done. The best fun is over.

Thanks for your kind words and the fact that you like my writings. 




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