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Hasegawa A6M2b WIP

March 10 2012 at 12:00 AM

Geoffrey Abreu  (Select Login caabreu)
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My latest project, the Hasegawa 1/72 A6M2b. Painted with Gunze Mr Color. It just needs a couple of small touch ups with the airbrush (I found a few spots under the magnifier tonight :0(. I will try and get more done tomorrow. Hope you like it so far.

Geoff

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Joseph
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so let's see if I understand

March 10 2012, 6:55 AM 

Mitsubishi - camo line goes straight, wheel wells are underside color, blue-black cowl, olive green interior
Nakajima - camo line sweeps up, wheel wells are aotake, grey-black cowl, grey green interior

Did I get that right?

And that looks excellent!!! The photos and detail make it look larger than 1/72 - very nice.

 
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Stuart Milliken
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Beautiful paint work

March 11 2012, 7:14 AM 

and an intriguing scheme. I look forward to seeing this in it's markings.

Stuart

 
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William De Coster
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Yes I like it

March 11 2012, 3:42 PM 

Splendid work Geoff - I think I have to consider doing some shading too...

Looking forward to see this one finished

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Claus Dam
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Splendid build!

March 11 2012, 11:19 PM 

Very well executed shading. I am a bit of a Zero novice, so are those white stripes personal markings or perhaps theatre markings?

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Ted Preston
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Now That Is One Sharp...

March 12 2012, 1:30 PM 


 
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Joe Youngerman
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Love it so far...

March 12 2012, 1:36 PM 

...really like this scheme and you're pulling it off beautifully Geoffrey. I'll be looking forward to this being done.

Big thumbs up!

Joe

 
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