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New Tool 1/72nd Spitfire Mk.IXc~

April 19 2012 at 8:59 PM

  (Login Bf109nut)
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from IP address 98.232.71.46

Here are some pictures of my finished 1/72nd scale Mk.IXc in Johnny Johnson's markings. I built it OOB with the kit decals, and some Superscale upper wing roundels applied on top of the kit roundels, which had a curious, dark ring around them. The model was painted with Tamiya's new RAF acrylic colors, sprayed freehand with my Paasche 'H' airbrush. The finish coat is a mix of Testors clear and flat lacquers, my favorite finish. Panel line washes are oil paint thinned with lighter fluid, for faster drying.

This is a good kit, and naturally I have another on the "To Build" shelf.


All comments solicited and appreciated!



Jacob

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