High Performance OTTO-Fighter

Started by slava_trudu, April 26, 2009, 07:41:09 AM

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This is my Blohm und Voss P.208, from Czechmaster - Resin kit 1/72 + some scratchbuild detals and foiled (natural Metal Foil sheets) the model all over. I really enjoyed building it ;)

I hope you like it.
Thanks for looking.

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That's very nice ST, I think I will have to get one of those myself.  Not sure I could do the metal foil like yours though   :thumbsup:
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That's really nice  :thumbsup: It's a nice kit - I did mine as Italian
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Absobloodylutly bleeding brilliant!  :thumbsup:    :bow:    :wub:
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Lovely! The metal finish is superb, and the machine looks very sleek. :thumbsup:
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Ridiculously good....several light-years ahead of my own abilities, but I am cheering over here.   :bow:    :thumbsup:

P.S.  Yes, I am putting this in the potential candidates listing for the Whiffie Awards.

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Fantastic build and a great finish!!! :wub:  :bow:
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That is absolutely amazing!! :bow: :bow:
I wish I had the know how to do that sort of work with foil I really do. My aircraft would be all 1950's stuff that is for sure.
I will vote it for a whiffy award thats for sure. :thumbsup:
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That's magnificent!!  :bow: :cheers:
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Beautiful build.  Excellent NMF with the foil.   :thumbsup:   :bow:

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That's an exquisite job: just gorgeous -  :bow: :bow: :bow:

The photoshopping's pretty good too!  :thumbsup:
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Fantastic work! The foil finish is superb!  :bow: