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Thread: Airfix 1/72 Scale, Hawker Huricaine MK1.

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    Knight of Spamswotting by Highest order of Chufty Badges Jarre's Avatar
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    Nice, now that's a proper modellers workstation with all the kit, a friend of mine in Stoke has a similar one and he builds and paints Warhammer models


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    I am not into warhammer but they do produce some nice kits Jarre.
    I love Japanese Anime and i have a model kit of the space battleship yamoto.

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    I remember making a model plane with my dad when I was little. Good times.

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    Not "nagging" really... Suzi's Avatar
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    Well done lovely.
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    Hurricaine ready for painting. I washed her down with some soppy water before i applied the first coat of primer. I used Humbrol primer.

    A popsicle stick makes a great bookmark. But eat the popsicle first. Don't make the same mistake I did.

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    Bottom half painted using Humbrol 11 silver; humbrol 34 matt white and humbrol 33 matt black.
    Pre war all R.A.F planes had black and white wings.

    A popsicle stick makes a great bookmark. But eat the popsicle first. Don't make the same mistake I did.

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    Top half was done using Humbrol 29 Dark Earth and Humbrol 30 Dark green. I thinned the paints with Humbrol thinner.

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    Green pattern camouflage applied. Using Humbrol 30 Dark green.

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    Not "nagging" really... Suzi's Avatar
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    Looks amazing! Well done!
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    Starboard side



    port side.

    I will leave to dry over night then dust her down and put a coat of humbrol clear varnish on her. Then i will finish putting on the undercarriage and propeller. Then decal her.

    Think i got port and starboard mixed up. Starboard is right side.
    and port is left side.
    Last edited by purplefan; 04-05-17 at 11:06 PM.

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