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Another experiment: Mosquito half nacked

April 2 2014 at 2:43 PM

Julio Fuente Díaz  (Login JulioFuente)
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Hello
Viewing previous model in this page of Yak-3, I have decided to put pictures of my mosquito I did last year, it's an experiment. I wanted to represent a very wheatered Painted half and another half new unpainted to show the different parts of the plane.
Although I know that many will dislike them hope that many others like it.

The model is from tamiya, 1/48 scale

regards
Julio Fuente

historical pics:
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And finished model:

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Larry Schmidt
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That belongs in a museum. It looks magnificent.

April 2 2014, 2:50 PM 

I have seen 1/1 exhibits like that in museums. Your model is museum-quality work. I like it very much. Well done, sir!

Adios, Larry.

 
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Chris Durden
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Astoundingly good -

April 2 2014, 2:53 PM 

really, really well done!

Chris

 
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MurrayM
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The plywood effect !

April 2 2014, 3:23 PM 

It's like a trick of magic! - It's there in front of your eyes, but you can't figure out how it's been done!! - Magnificent!

 
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Didier
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Your Mosquito is just superb Julio ! splendid...

April 2 2014, 3:51 PM 


 
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Julio Fuente Díaz
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Your Yak-3 is beautiful too, Didier

April 3 2014, 3:55 AM 


What are the colors you used to paint the wood?

you have used the same templates from RB, I recognize the veins

Grettings

Julio

 
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Didier
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Hi Julio, about the colors :

April 3 2014, 12:56 PM 

THanks Julio,
I've used Gunze 85 and Gunze 66....both acrylics.... but you'were probably right by using the enamel color as a base.... By using only acrylics, i'had to completly redo one of the panel that i'missed. With an enamel base, i'would just have to clean the brown color and retry.
About the stencils, you're right, i've use the RB prod. It's very efficient....
Bye
didier


 
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Erik the H
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That is a stunner! n/t

April 2 2014, 4:03 PM 


 
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Greg
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Excellent job

April 2 2014, 4:06 PM 

nm

 
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Roger H
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Re: Another experiment: Mosquito half nacked

April 2 2014, 4:08 PM 

Spectacular!

 
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James Brandesky
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Who makes the PE stencil???? nt

April 2 2014, 4:18 PM 


 
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Lee Griffin
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Found this: RB Productions...Linkies...

April 2 2014, 4:34 PM 



    
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Kevin McLaughlin
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Plywood Stencils

April 2 2014, 4:38 PM 

RB Productions make two PE wood stencils. They are available direct or from our website at the two links:

http://www.ultracast.ca/products/RB_Productions/Tools_Scratch-Building/RB-T029/default.htm

http://www.ultracast.ca/products/RB_Productions/Tools_Scratch-Building/RB-T028/default.htm

Kevin McLaughlin
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info@ultracast.ca
http://www.ultracast.ca

 
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Julio Fuente Díaz
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Indeed, are the products of RB

April 3 2014, 3:45 AM 

very useful and good

 
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Lars Befring
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Superb Model!

April 2 2014, 4:18 PM 

It does belong in a museum!

that fabric covered side-ruder really crosses the t for me

/L

 
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Lee Griffin
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Very nice! n/t

April 2 2014, 4:39 PM 

n/t

 
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G.R.Morrison
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Speechless. +1 on BELONGS IN A MUSEUM. n/t

April 2 2014, 4:57 PM 


 
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Jim B.
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An absolutely Outstanding build. Tnx for posting! n/t

April 2 2014, 5:13 PM 


 
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Red Steve
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I LOVE IT!! Great idea - Incredible presentation! 10-10-10!!! A++++ WOW!

April 2 2014, 5:48 PM 


 
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38Chip
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Should be in the museum, because this is art!! nt

April 2 2014, 5:51 PM 

nt

 
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