This is a very nice kit. It is hard to believe the molds are 20 years old. Great price too.
Hop you like it.
Did you retouch that photo!?!
What a CHERRY! Luv-it. Outstanding work. Post more pics, pleaze!
trexx wrote:Did you retouch that photo!?! What a CHERRY! Luv-it. Outstanding work. Post more pics, pleaze!
LOL. Thanks! No.. No photo retouching going on over here!
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RadMax8 wrote:I've got this kit in the stash! Very nice job. I too liked the price. How did you mask the canopy?
Ahhh! Don't ask me about the canopy! It was truely the only un-enjoyable part of the build. As I told some fellow modelers at breakfast a few days ago, I am lucky there was not a revolver next to me while I was painting the canoy or I might not be here .
To answer your question though, I masked it with Tamiya tape. I masked and painted all the horizontal lines first. Then painted the vertial lines. Then I masked the remaining odd angles of the windscreen.
Now that's a clean Build. Glad to see someone buck the trend of overly weathered models. Nicely done .
I love it too and want to marry Manstein
No Patty-Fingers if you please. The proprieties at all times!
Luftwoller wrote:I love it too and want to marry Manstein ...Guy
Added a few more pics!
Great job, the canopy frames jumped out at me - they look flawless.
Kevin Johnson Belleville, Michigan USA
On the bench: 1/72 Fujimi D4Y3 "Judy"