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Thread: Lily and Ann

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    Two more recently completed 1/200 scale airplane minis. Both are resin miniatures from Armaments in Miniature (AIM). The decals are produced by The Goblin Factory and are available through AIM. Kevin
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Ki 10 Ann b.jpg   Ki 10 Ann a.jpg   Ki 30 Lily b.jpg   Ki 30 Lily a.jpg  

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    Very nice paint jobs!

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    I don't play the WWII version, but I can appreciate great work when I see it. Great looking birds and well done!

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    Spectacular workmanship! A+!
    Ken Head - "The Cowman"
    “You're only given a little spark of madness. You mustn't lose it.” Robin Williams

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    Lovely We don't see anywhere near enough WW2 paints / repaints here.

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    Those Japs look nice!
    Voilà le soleil d'Austerlitz!

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    Very nice paint jobs there Kevin.

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    You obviously put a lot of time and trouble into your cammo effect Kevin. Have you any tips for the chaps, so that they can emulate your fine work?
    Rob.
    "Courage is the art of being the only one who knows you're scared to death."

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    Nice work Kevin

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    Superb!
    Nobody expects the Italian Inquisition!

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    Nicely done! From the title of the post, I thought for a moment that we were going to see pin-up art.

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    Thanks for all of the kind remarks (and for not making too much of my confusion on the names/model #s).

    Rob, on the Ki-48 Lily I used very thinned down green paint and Future floor finish. The base color is Vallejo Green-Gray and if I remember right the green is Vallejo Military Green. Once the base coat was dry I put a small pool of Future and a spot of paint on the palette. I took a stiff bristle brush, dipped it in the paint, then in the Future. I dabbed that on a test surface until I got a mix that looked right. I dabbed the paint on to the model. It was a fairly thin mix and took several coats. Kevin

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    Thanks Kevin. That should be of interest to several of the painters on here.
    Rob.
    "Courage is the art of being the only one who knows you're scared to death."

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    Very nice paintjobs! Seeing that you are from Northern Virginia, I hope to see you at the WW2 game I am running at Madicon in Harrisonburg on March 10 (I know it is a two hour drive...). Check out the events calendar for details.


    Dave

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    Nicely done, can you get cards for them and others? As I would like to expand my WWII collection .

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    Very nice job
    Karl
    It is impossible for a man to begin to learn what he thinks he knows. -- Epictetus

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    Incredibly smooth paint jobs for a pair of 1:200 models!

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpybear View Post
    Nicely done, can you get cards for them and others? As I would like to expand my WWII collection .
    No, I'm afraid I don't have a lead on appropriate cards.

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    Kevin!

    Another superb job on those ladies! Follow the link, Max has a surprise for you!!

    Rich

    http://www.wingsofwar.org/forums/alb...chmentid=23172

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    Sweet! A Ki-48 card. Kevin

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    Kevin!

    Max makes great custom cards! No Ann though.

    Rich

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    Thumbs up

    Bob!


    Max does have a nice KI-15 Bab`s . Add the rear gun and you will have a KI-30. They are close in capabilities!

    Rich






    http://www.wingsofwar.org/forums/alb...chmentid=28941

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