I corrected the landing lights I think they look a lot better now
I still have to close the upper and lower fuselage connections because in the real plane these were uniform sheets of sheet metal. CA glue is perfect for this
mentioned rivet net in the vicinity of the cockpit
Finally I begin to fold all the parts and slowly prepare model to painting.
Unfortunately, it will take some time because I ordered a mask to painting and chassis niche from Brasin.
I hope that I will be able to show the results of the work soon.
They will notice that the air intakes for the compressors have been changed. I noticed my mistake while looking at the pictures and luckily managed to make a change.
Using the new parts, I also improved the chassis and applied resin flaps that look much better. I rescinded the replacement of the chassis cavity for resin because it was too risky to damage the model.
The whole model has been covered with Black Primer with Ammo Mig and for the moment is presented so.
Part of the model was coated with MrHobby C8 varnish as a backdrop for future abrasions
now Chipping fluid and MrHobby H12. Next? Normal brush and water and fear not to wipe too much.
On the bottom of the model I placed postshading
for me it looks good It's still a bit of work on this bottom
I think I've finally finished the wheels
The model is ready to be covered with clear varnish and then I will apply decals
black color applied multilayer: airbrush - various shades, sponge - also different shades, pigments and again airbrush
The effect in the real world is satisfactory, unfortunately the pictures do not show up well.
exhaust pipes a little valorised:
After the decals are applied, there is still a lot of work to do when painting. This time will work oil paints and pastels, what will be the effect? Time will tell
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