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Pierre-Christian Baudru (pbaudru)


Mirage 2000 C - Serial 4945.

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1:72 Mirage 2000 C (Heller 80303)1:72 Dassault Mirage 2000 (Master AM-72-023)4+


15. December 2015, 14:52
Bart Goesaert
Interested. Hope this one will be as much a beauty as your BAF mirage V...
17. December 2015, 12:20
Pierre-Christian Baudru
Thanks Bart !
I hope this one will be better than the 5BA, at least I learned a lot with the 5BA build and will pay more attention on this next one. Cheers.
17. December 2015, 13:09
Guido Haesevoets
checking in!
17. December 2015, 20:18
Me too.
17. December 2015, 20:24
Jose Miguel Rodriguez
Nice proyect!!!
18. December 2015, 00:12
1. January 2016, 15:02
Bart Goesaert
looks nice so far. What do you use to fill the panellines before scribing?
20. April 2016, 07:20
Pierre-Christian Baudru
Thanks Bart ! For the scribing first I draw, based on a 3-view plan, the main lines on the model parts. Then using templates like verlinden or home made ones, I create the lines with a needle. To check the job you can aply a dark wash to see the line you did. Remember that before everything else, as the Heller kit has old panel lines, I had to sand all of them. Cheers.
20. April 2016, 10:05
Bart Goesaert
I asked because I intended to do the same but on an Italeri with recessed panellines, but these are large and wrong...
20. April 2016, 10:07
Benoit Mathier
Looking very good Pierre,

@ Bart: I usually use cyano mixed with baby powder :) So far the only and best option I've come accross. No shrinking at all and you can be sure that nothing will break away while rescribing...
20. April 2016, 12:15
Pierre-Christian Baudru
Benoit has just said everything.......CYANO glue + baby powder I agree ! In my case, except for the mobile parts panel lines, the Heller kit has not engraved panel lines so I just had to sand all of them, that's easier then when you have too deep engraved panel lines like on matchbox ou HPM models. Cheers.
21. April 2016, 05:41
Bart Goesaert
thx for the advice
21. April 2016, 07:00
Harry Eder
Very nice so far! I´m watching!
23. May 2016, 08:11
Łukasz Gliński
Uh-oh! Another stunner incoming!
23. May 2016, 12:29
26. May 2016, 09:41
Glenn .
I often use cyano glue as gap filler with talcum power it works fast and as you say you can sand it fast! :)
28. May 2016, 10:27

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