papa 695s Revell 1/32 Stuka

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It seems (almost on the photo), but if you add a filter or wash, it will turn at your taste ;)
 

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Well I decided to change the sand colour, I think it looks a lot better.
Time to get some Klear on it then it's decal time.
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Looking good Ian. Good decision on the paint change as it was on the light side. I liked the previous black primer pics as it looked like an evil bat.:smiling3: Keep up the good work mate seems a shame to crash it. Cheers John
 

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Ive got the decals on, but what a struggle. I had to cut the snake into 4 pieces because they ( the decals that is ) were breaking up but luckily straight cuts and not into little pieces. But I think there looking ok. Some more sol to get them to sit properly and I think we're there.
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Just caught up with this one again Ian & wow you're doing an amazing job! Definitely agree that the desert yellow (Tamiya?) looks better.

With all those rivets, it must be a real PITA getting the decals to bed down.
 

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Just caught up with this one again Ian & wow you're doing an amazing job! Definitely agree that the desert yellow (Tamiya?) looks better.

With all those rivets, it must be a real PITA getting the decals to bed down.
Yes it was a PITA Patrick but the micro sol did it's trick.
 
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#54
Nice decal work Ian. And also a good decision to change the sand shade, it looks much more like RLM79 than the previous version