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Two hours and a half working on the new Eduard Emil

March 1 2012 at 6:40 PM
Nuno Andresen  (Login amaronap)
from IP address 144.64.30.85

What an easy model to do folks! happy.gif The fit is awesome and the parts are simply stunning!


Please note. We are all different, I rarely use a model instruction sheet. I remove all parts first and assemble them all together after. Therefore, this sequence may look different if you
are building yours. Here it is:


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All this marvelous detail will remain hidden as the first one I want to do has a greatly looking design in the hood. So it will be closed. But my second is just now on the way too:


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No glue. I also never glue my models at first. Dry fit is essential. And It is perfectly visible how outstanding the model is:

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Here are the small parts. Many will not be used as they are made for other future versions. Spare box thanks this courtesy.


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Time to paint the kit! It is simply magnificent!


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Hope by Monday I can show it guys! Cheers! happy.gif










Edit: One image was not showing wink.gif


    
This message has been edited by amaronap from IP address 144.64.30.85 on Mar 1, 2012 6:42 PM


 
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