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Hi everybody,   Thanks a lot Hawkt1   Small progress.   Some work done on the exhausts:     With pastels:     "Test fit":       Plastic assembled on the resin P&W:    

Hi,     The installation continues slowly. Final details and additions before closing the fuselage are underway. This is also the time to check the various adjustments.   Here are the last chan

Hi,   Small progress...     Tried to quicly mix colors for the "Salmon Zinc Chromate" and the cockpit green. Not sure that all the Birdcage were painted with that kind of "Bronze Green"... And I

Good evening,

 

Thanks for the kind comments and for following the WIP!

 

Weathering is still progressing.

It  previous work patiently is refined until satisfaction... Not yet.

 

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Start of the underwing:

 

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More soon.

Pascal

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Hi,

 

Paint work is still progressing
 
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... And decal job is starting:
 
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The biggest are cut to avoid too much carrier film:
 
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Decals will also be "weathered".
 
More soon.
 
Pascal
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Hi,

 

Thank yoy Rio and Jonathan!

 

Small update on the Grey part.

Mask off and first Weathering steps

 

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Just oils Gris de Payne + Ultramarine deep  and  Burnt Sienna.

 

Without Patafix:

 

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Need to repair a "f#@~%" mistake.

Quickly done... maybe to quickly, so...

But still naked...

 

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More soon.

 

Pascal :ph34r:

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