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About ju52junk

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  • Birthday 11/18/1958

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  • FirstName
    Jim
  • LastName
    Pariseau
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    42528
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    South Burlington
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    Vermont
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    Male
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    South Burlington, Vermont
  • Interests
    1/48 scale Aircraft. Will build Jets or tanks, but my passion is WW2 aircraft. Football(go Patriots)!

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  1. ju52junk

    Another South African Mirage From the Duke

    Nice job! I am not to familiar with SA markings. Is that a Eagle on the national markings? Must be a squadron marking on the tail (looks like a bug)?
  2. ju52junk

    WW2Japanese propellers

    Thanks Gil, Seeing that the Ki 100 is a late war fighter the prop could be black with a yellow tip. But I will go with the red primer and yellow strip. To me this looks better than black with a yellow tip.
  3. ju52junk

    WW2Japanese propellers

    I am currently building the Hasegawa 1/48 scale Ki 100 tony. Pretty simple build. There is a question I have and I just want to make that I am correct in my thinking. The instructions say to paint the prop black. Maybe I am wrong but I think black is the wrong color. The color I normally use for Japanese props is White Ensign Models red primer which is a mahogany color. Also, the instructions say to paint the prop tips in yellow. I may be mistaken again but only USAAF and RAF prop tips were painted yellow.
  4. ju52junk

    Filler

    I cannot remember what was said in the video. I would imagine either sprue or sheet styrene will give you the same results. I do remember in the video white styrene was used with a little black acryilic paint added to the goo. I use black colored styrene so the black acryilic paint is not needed.
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    Shapeways

    Thanks for the tip.
  6. ju52junk

    Paint fumes

    I like your work area. Mine looks like a hurricane has been through the area. I noticed your clear acrylic paint racks. Just wondering if they are nail polish display racks or the paint display rack Florey models have for sale? The display racks look like the ones that I have (nail polish displays). Also wondering how you store your paint sets(like Vallejo)? You may have limited space, but I use peg boards. Never used the Stynylrez primer before, are they good primers to use?
  7. ju52junk

    Nakajima Ki 84 Hayate "Frank"

    The exhaust also shows this to be an Oscar.
  8. ju52junk

    Nakajima Ki 84 Hayate "Frank"

    Looking more closely at the kit. I am wrong. The plane is not a Frank but an Oscar. What through me off was the tail tip. The tip looked rounded, like a Frank's tail. But the aerial mast is in front of the cockpit like the Oscar and not behind the cockpit like the Franks.
  9. ju52junk

    Nakajima Ki 84 Hayate "Frank"

    The Frank and Oscar look similar. The tails look different. The Frank tail has a rounded tip and the Oscar tail tip is more pointed. The spinners also have different shapes.
  10. ju52junk

    Nakajima Ki 84 Hayate "Frank"

    It is a Frank. I will show an Oscar soon.
  11. ju52junk

    F4U Corsair

    Thanks for the reply.
  12. ju52junk

    Nakajima Ki 84 Hayate "Frank"

    I like Tamiya (shake and bake) kits. I am starting to like Airfix betterthan in past , seeing that more 1/48 scale kits are being released with good detail. I find it said that oversea manufactures now haver more new releases Gone are the days of Monogram/Revell being in the lead. Duke and you always have kind comments on my builds thanks
  13. ju52junk

    Nakajima J1N1 Gekko "Irving"

    Thanks again. Almosr ready to do the Camo on the BV 141(was an easy build as expected).
  14. ju52junk

    Nakajima Ki-44 Shoki "Tojo"

    Practising for the He-219 Uhu.
  15. ju52junk

    F4U Corsair

    Thanks for the FYI. I cannot remember if this is how the tape was applied in rhe field. I noticed for this Corsair version there where fabric surfaces on the wings. Do you know if later F4Us replaced the fabric n the wing s with metail?
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