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Hello there.
Having introduced myself on LSP, here is the follow up.

Mathieu, 38, from Belgium.
 

I have been ploaying silouhette for 4 years now, and kinda like it.
Masks, templates & plastic cards are being tortured

Here is a few of my past victims, all 1/32.

 

Hasegawa P-40K long tail.
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Hasegawa Ki-61, 68th Sentai.
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Big beautiful Doll #1 (Revell)

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Big Ass Bird (Hasegawa)

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The latest completion to date: Big Beautifull Doll #2. (Tamiya)

 

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I was mad enough to go paint for the victory board.

 

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The current work : 


Hasegawa's Dora
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And Hasegawa's Anton, of wich a Build log is visible on LSP.

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Hope you will like them, and I enjoy in advance to contribute to this community.

Cheers.

Mathieu
 

 

 

 

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A bit late for me to say this Mathieu, but :default_hi: and what a great intro.  I was particularly struck by the P-51D-5 with the green and yellow checks,  "Big Beautiful Doll" #1, as I'm currently working on getting such a nose band right for a 339th FG machine.

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Hi Mike !

Don't look on this one for too long. There is a lot of mistakes and sloppy work from me.
 

At first, it's a D-5, yes, but it had a tail filet out of the factory. There was some discussion about it on a Mustang FB Group. If you are not a member i can send you screens of the comments.
 

For the rest I just scanned the Lifelike decal sheet, used the auto trace tool, and cut. wich resulted in sloppy and rounded edges cuts.

Would I redo this today, I would handle things differently.

Can't wait to see your's in progress. Best of luck with your build.

Mathieu
 

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On 9/4/2021 at 4:59 PM, Mathduv said:

Hi Mike !

Don't look on this one for too long. There is a lot of mistakes and sloppy work from me.
 

At first, it's a D-5, yes, but it had a tail filet out of the factory. There was some discussion about it on a Mustang FB Group. If you are not a member i can send you screens of the comments.
 

For the rest I just scanned the Lifelike decal sheet, used the auto trace tool, and cut. wich resulted in sloppy and rounded edges cuts.

Would I redo this today, I would handle things differently.

Can't wait to see your's in progress. Best of luck with your build.

Mathieu
 

Looks fine to me.  I'll have a look for that FB group, thanks for the heads-up. [Edit] It seems I'm already a member of that one, there are so many FB groups I lose track. :classic_blink:

 

I'm actually doing mine over on LSP for the Revell GB, I'm planning to put some of the mask-specific stuff over here as well. https://forum.largescaleplanes.com/index.php?/topic/90601-p-51d-5na/

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10 hours ago, MikeC said:

Looks fine to me.  I'll have a look for that FB group, thanks for the heads-up. [Edit] It seems I'm already a member of that one, there are so many FB groups I lose track. :classic_blink:

 

I'm actually doing mine over on LSP for the Revell GB, I'm planning to put some of the mask-specific stuff over here as well. https://forum.largescaleplanes.com/index.php?/topic/90601-p-51d-5na/

Hi, my bad, I tought your subject was Big Doll D-5.

Guess your subject is a perfectly filetless Mustang.
Very nice work on your masks btw.
Cheers.

 

Mathieu

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