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  1. Tamiya's lovely P-47D 'Razorback' OOB. Painted with Gunze / Tamiya acrylics, weathered with Oils and Pigments. One of my Go-To kits, as it's so well engineered and is a pleasure to build, and you end up with a Jug - what's not to like. Not a huge fan of the Ammo Matt varnish though, it had a tendency to rub off when weathering, so probably only really works as a final coat WIP available here
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    Hobby Boss 1/48 F4F-4 Wildcat with a twist

    Did you 'detack' the masks on the back of your hand first ? That can help a lot stopping them pulling other paint - also roll the mask off gently rather than pull up
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    Focke Wulf 190 A4

    Very Nice 190
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    Hobby Boss 1/48 F4F-4 Wildcat with a twist

    I've got the Midway boxing of the SH kit which is the later variant, and it looks ok in the box (normal special hobby caveats - slightly big sprue gates, and quite soft plastic, but nice resin), though not built it. It won't fall out of the box assembled like the Tamiya though.
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    1/48th P-47D Razorback

    Not a huge amount done today, as it's simply too hot in the shed. Finished the weathering of the prop, then added a matt coat over the top Peter
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    1/48th P-47D Razorback

    Bit more today, first unmasked the wheel wells and fitted the wheels then started on the Prop and the stores Peter
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    1/48th P-47D Razorback

    Bit more done today, started working over with oils - lightening and darkening, adding some dust to the flaps and chipping and staining the cowking Peter
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    1/48th P-47D Razorback

    A lot of the squadrons doing ground attack put an extra large one on to help them stopping being shot at by the ground troops. Similar to the ID bands which were apparently to stop them being mistaken for FW190's,
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    1/48th P-47D Razorback

    Bit more done today - first masked and sprayed the ID bands Then on with the decals Peter
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    1/48th P-47D Razorback

    Today's work - a couple of hours of painting. First up some preshading with Buff, Deck Tan, Sky Grey and white Then on with the Neutral Grey and Olive Drab Finally a coat of clear over the top Peter
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    1/48th P-47D Razorback

    Today's work - fit the wings and canopy and mask off Then on with a coat of black primer Peter
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    1/48th P-47D Razorback

    Today's work - first closed up the fuselage Then started on the engine bay Then slot the cowling in place - looks more juggy now Peter
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    1/48th P-47D Razorback

    Started Today, a nice relaxing build, an lovely Tamiya Jug So today, made up the cockpit - probably the nicest OOB cockpit i know Peter
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    Hurricane IIc Trop

    Hawker Hurricane IIc Trop Fly Models 1/32nd OOB Painted with Hataka Laquers and Lifecolor acrylics for the Italian colours. Weathered with Oils and Pigments Peter
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    Finished builds

    Hawker Hurricane IIb Trop Fly Models 1/32nd OOB Peter
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