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  • Re: Eduard 1/48 Hellcat, another update
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      Posted Oct 13, 2009 11:11 AM

      This is another Outstanding piece of work! I wish I had thought of using a similar type of tank straps material, rather than trying to superglue little pieces of wire to little narrow strips of brass shim stock to make mine. I wound up with a real mess. Yours is fantastic.

      I have never tried preshading; I don't feel steady or competent enough with an airbrush to apply paint to all those panel lines. Yours will be the example I use when I muster the courage to try.
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