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MPM 1/72 Hansa W.29; WW1 float plane
Topic Started: Apr 28 2018, 06:54 PM (59 Views)
Grant
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All struttery replaced with brass, scratchbuilt a new radiator (well 4 actually - the carpet monster had the 2nd and 1st and 3rd weren't good enough).
Did a bit of chipping and weathering on the floats, but haven't been bold enough with the fuselage.
Kit decals went on fine, though the wing decals were large and the underside had to be masked to be sure of cutting the decal off cleanly and not getting them stuck to the undersides.
Guns are from half a Pegasus kit I inherited and the figures are from a set of WW1 figures I have.
Coastal kits base which, I think, works quite well. And yes, I know, I need to build a trolley for it!!

Any and all comments welcome.

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peebeep
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I've always had a fascination for these machines, like this a lot.
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