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Looking at that last picture, I would not be able to tell what scale they are, but I certainly would guess they are at least 1/72 with the amount of detail.  Fine work, William.
Off Topic Builds / Re: Stearman PT-17 (1/32, Roden)
« Last post by PrzemoL on Today at 01:13:03 AM »
Colours, colours! The hard struggle with yellow paint is over, the inner sides of the wings are postshaded, too much on some spots, but I will not change it. The cockades on the outer sides are being applied, then shading will follow and then, the blue fuselage and struts.

Happy face !  :)

Under Construction / Re: Eduard 1/48 Sopwith Triplane *Advice
« Last post by Alexis on Today at 01:04:57 AM »
Making quick work on this one Guy , looking good by the way  ;)

As for the PE parts on adding them now or after is up to you . But I haven't had any issues with PE lifting off form masking with larger PE items such as stitching , panels etc . Smaller items like brackets I will paint these and add them later after the paint and decals . Once clear coats are on the clear coat will help seal them in .

Beautiful !

Off Topic Builds / Re: 1/48 Brewster Buffalo F2A-3
« Last post by gedmundson on Today at 12:32:18 AM »
Thanks so much to everyone for their very kind words - I really appreciate you taking the time to comment. It's nice to be able to share  few pictures of something that took less than a couple of months to start and finish. But I do have to get at that WnW Hannover paint job, and really don't have any idea of how I'll manage. Wish me luck.
Off Topic Builds / Re: New Tamiya 1/48 Spitfire Mk.I *Finished!
« Last post by RAGIII on Today at 12:26:04 AM »
The finished product is Excellent! Those peel off stencil decals look fabulous as does the final painting and subtle weathering!
Simply Outstanding rigging in Any Scale but in 1/144th...Brilliant!
Off Topic Builds / Re: New Tamiya 1/48 Spitfire Mk.I *Finished!
« Last post by lcarroll on Today at 12:04:21 AM »
    Wonderful Spitfire Guy, and it will really spice up that new display cabinet you've ordered. The very subtle wear and weathering looks exactly as you had stated you wanted for future Builds, "So there will be a nod to weathering, but, frankly, not a lot." You've achieved Lots of realism but a very clean effect, nicely done!
What's New / Re: 1/72 Airco D.H.4 Puma engine
« Last post by WD on March 07, 2021, 11:36:08 PM »
I saw that in the Cher Ami newsletter earlier this week. Great news for us 1/72nd builders!

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