Klaas van der Wielen Thanks all! The kit is a bit rough around the edges and where things are visible it has to be right. So I added some structure on the inside behind the big glass nose and tail gun position. Next step is adjust the angle between the fuselage axis and the wing root. On this plane it is a bit of work, but do-able.
Thomas Kolb Neat job on the interior! I agree that your Evergreen tube frames look far better than the PE!
29. July, 10:33
Olivier You are on the right track, Klaas. Carry on !
29. July, 10:46
Patrick Hagelstein My heart gets pumping from all that beautiful stuff in picture 13: Calipers, Evergreen stock, sharp blades, tweezers and Tamiya Extra Thin! With that on the workbench and some good music in the background it makes for a great model building night!
3. August, 16:54
Klaas van der Wielen Thanks for the compliments, and yes, I like a good piece of music during my builds!
Guillaume Blanchet Way to go! I ereally like how you added a lot of value on a simple kit.
4. October, 11:57
Klaas van der Wielen That's what I like best. A solid base for some detailing to have fun with. I'm much more a builder than I am a painter.
4. October, 12:01
Patrick Hagelstein Those pre-war Dutch colors are always a reason for debates, but I think you nailed the look exactly! Great build and good color balance!
14. October, 01:05
Klaas van der Wielen Thanks Patrick. I usually ignore the most of those discussions. As long as it looks right... There is always a degree of fading or weathering so there is no truth, according to me.