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October 11 2011 at 11:45 AM

William De Coster  (Login eazyprinz)
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Response to 1/72 Me 163 komet pimped up a bit (part 2)

Sound of my jaw hitting the floor

Well, as a kid I have build the 1/32 scale Hasegawa kit - and this was not as detailed as your little build here

I'm stunned by the white/black paint work on the nose cone - I build the Airfix Komet a few years ago and had great trouble painting a nice symetrical circle on the nose cone

I have to visit the C4 expo

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William De Coster / Belgium be.png / past builds on HS : Plastic Stories

1/72 - Airfix - Spitfre PR.XIX : Part I (incl Flying Legends 2011 show report) - Part II - Part III - Part IV (incl. Pilsenkit 2011 show report pt.1/2)
1/72 - Airfix - Me-262 : Part I - Part II - Part III - Post scriptum / end (incl. eDay 2011 show report pt.1/2) new.gif
1/72 - Airfix - Curtiss Hawk 81 : Part Inew.gif
1/72 - AGA - Polikarpov I-3 : Part I - Part II - Part III - Part IV - Part V
1/72 - KP - MiG-15 UTI : Part I - Part II (incl. Pilsenkit 2011 show report pt.2/2) - Part III - Part IV - Part V /end (incl. eDay 2011 show report pt. 2/2) new.gif

Just like the perfect woman doesn't exist, I will never build a perfect model.
Puts me on a par with God

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