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Academy 1/48 F-86

April 26 2012 at 11:33 PM
Mike Parr  (Login MikeinMac)
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from IP address 50.53.131.142

Yes, it's the Huff. What can I say, I have a thing for dragons. Nice kit, I only added the True Details cockpit and a few small details behind the pilot's seat. The decals came with the kit were great... if only I weren't the world's worst decaler they would look great (why did I think that this time, THIS time, masking and painting wouldn't be necessary and the decals would lie down perfectly?). Comments and constructive criticism truly are appreciated.

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Thanks for looking,
Mike


    
This message has been edited by MikeinMac from IP address 50.53.131.142 on Apr 26, 2012 11:33 PM


 
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