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First one for 2012

January 16 2012 at 4:27 AM

Green , John  (Login rs2man)
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This is my first completed model for 2012 . Its the new tool 1/72 Airfix Spitfire Ia with the 3D Kits conversion parts to convert it to a IIa . Just to add a little extra interest , I cut open the cockpit door , cut the sliding section out of the hood & replaced it with a Falcon vacform piece . Paint is Humbrol , WEM & Xtracrylix . Decals are mainly from 3D Kits , with stencils from the kit sheet .
This was my first attempt at highlighting panel lines & for this I used Flory Models dark weathering wash , which worked pretty well .

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John Green
Cheshire , UK

 
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Andrew D
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Great, and the open cockpit really adds some interest. n/t

January 16 2012, 7:25 AM 


 
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Allan Buttrick
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VERY nice looking John !!!!!!......................n/t

January 16 2012, 3:44 PM 



Thanks,
Allan

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William De Coster
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3D kits release nice things

January 16 2012, 5:08 PM 

For the Airfix kits, if I hadn't already a Mk.II I think I would try one of these sets

Nice work on this one John, indeed an open canopy looks so much more interesting and this little Airfix kit doesn't have to be afraid to show some cockpit interior

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Stuart Milliken
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Very beautiful build!

January 16 2012, 7:48 PM 

Looks terrific with the open cockpit like that.

Stuart

 
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Fred Coulson
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That is one cool Spitfire nt

January 16 2012, 10:40 PM 


 
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James Ebert ''Randy''
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What a great looking Spit. Really nice wash

January 16 2012, 10:50 PM 


 
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