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1/72nd Revell P-47D

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Here is a recent completion

Alclad finish,with Testors Semi-Gloss rattlecand final finish. Kangaroo decal sheet from Bodenplatte attack.

 

 

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Nice Inexpensive Kit, and then I added resin Interior ,Master Gun Barrels,Resin Wheel wells...Oh well

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Two Part epoxy for wing Lights over colored Sprue lights

 

 

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I did correct the Gear covers that are reversed

 

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A little shiny for 1945 Europe,but I didn't have the heart to flatten her out

Weathered lightly with pastels and washed most hatchs

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Thanks for looking

Comments are welcome

Bill

 

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That's quite eye catching! Great job Bill!

 

GIL

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Nice! My favorite subject.

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All in 72nd scale. I had to go back and look at the first post again to see what scale it was. I was sure I was looking at a 48th scale plane.

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Way to go, Bill! Very nice!

 

Mark

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Bill, that is spectacular work! I can only dream of making something that smooth and shiny. Way to go, I bow to the Master. :smiley32: :smiley32: :smiley32:

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Nice Bill. Love the airplane plus you did a good job on the NMF. Good panel differentiation.

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Love the T-bolt! Nice build. Did you do anything extra to the engine?

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Terrific. Very nice job!

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Thanks guys for the compliments.

The engine was not detailed as you really can't see more than about 5%. The kit engine is not bad from the box.

 

Cheers

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Nice job on sweet little kit. I think this kit would be a good choice for a single kit group build. I put one together a few years ago and really enjoyed it.

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