Arado 234 B-2b Hasegawa 1/48 ....in progress

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Arado 234 B-2b Hasegawa 1/48 ....in progress

Joined: April 13th, 2011, 11:01 am

June 15th, 2012, 11:36 am #1

Hi,
I present you my new modelling, an Arado 234B2
I start by the engines.

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-The starter and the compressor were covered with Rub n Buff using a paint brush, then the intermediate section was sprayed with Clear Yellow X-24 to tint the metal. The hoses and cables are painted with different colours of Prince August acrylic paint. CMK black pigments are applied with a brush on the whole thing.

Rocket Walter:
Also Rub'N Buff and pigments

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another trapdoor is drilled the "tringlerries" of the back steerings made with the fine tube Evergreen

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wings are stuck,

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The cameras, I added some additional details with the plastic card.

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They are painted in beige grey

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They are in position. And tilted

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And tilted

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The cockpit

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It is painted in Rlm 66 with some black consoles, the dashboard is painted by color wood, Copper threads are added
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The solution that I found: cut the nozzle to reduce at most its thickness

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The Jumo is in place

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The cockpit is soon finished

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Soon
Regards
michel
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Joined: October 18th, 2009, 1:06 pm

June 15th, 2012, 12:26 pm #2

...the Arado after having seen it firsthand at the National Air and Space Museum. I look forward to seeing more of your progress Gruson. Thanks for sharing.
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Joined: December 26th, 2005, 9:00 pm

June 15th, 2012, 12:59 pm #3

Hi,
I present you my new modelling, an Arado 234B2
I start by the engines.

[/img]

[/img]

[/img]

-The starter and the compressor were covered with Rub n Buff using a paint brush, then the intermediate section was sprayed with Clear Yellow X-24 to tint the metal. The hoses and cables are painted with different colours of Prince August acrylic paint. CMK black pigments are applied with a brush on the whole thing.

Rocket Walter:
Also Rub'N Buff and pigments

[/img]

[/img]

[/img]

[/img]

[/img]

[/img]

another trapdoor is drilled the "tringlerries" of the back steerings made with the fine tube Evergreen

[/img]

[/img]

wings are stuck,

[/img]

The cameras, I added some additional details with the plastic card.

[/img]

They are painted in beige grey

[/img]

They are in position. And tilted

[/img]

And tilted

[/img]


[/img]



[/img]

The cockpit

[/img]

It is painted in Rlm 66 with some black consoles, the dashboard is painted by color wood, Copper threads are added
[/img]

[/img]

[/img]


[/img]



[/img]

The solution that I found: cut the nozzle to reduce at most its thickness

[/img]

[/img]



[/img]

The Jumo is in place

[/img]

[/img]


[/img]

[/img]


[/img]

The cockpit is soon finished

[/img]

Soon
Regards
michel
You have mad skills sir,,,My Compliments
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Joined: June 18th, 2004, 3:04 pm

June 15th, 2012, 1:33 pm #4

Hi,
I present you my new modelling, an Arado 234B2
I start by the engines.

[/img]

[/img]

[/img]

-The starter and the compressor were covered with Rub n Buff using a paint brush, then the intermediate section was sprayed with Clear Yellow X-24 to tint the metal. The hoses and cables are painted with different colours of Prince August acrylic paint. CMK black pigments are applied with a brush on the whole thing.

Rocket Walter:
Also Rub'N Buff and pigments

[/img]

[/img]

[/img]

[/img]

[/img]

[/img]

another trapdoor is drilled the "tringlerries" of the back steerings made with the fine tube Evergreen

[/img]

[/img]

wings are stuck,

[/img]

The cameras, I added some additional details with the plastic card.

[/img]

They are painted in beige grey

[/img]

They are in position. And tilted

[/img]

And tilted

[/img]


[/img]



[/img]

The cockpit

[/img]

It is painted in Rlm 66 with some black consoles, the dashboard is painted by color wood, Copper threads are added
[/img]

[/img]

[/img]


[/img]



[/img]

The solution that I found: cut the nozzle to reduce at most its thickness

[/img]

[/img]



[/img]

The Jumo is in place

[/img]

[/img]


[/img]

[/img]


[/img]

The cockpit is soon finished

[/img]

Soon
Regards
michel
Please keep us posted on this project!
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Joined: February 16th, 2008, 3:20 pm

June 15th, 2012, 1:34 pm #5

Hi,
I present you my new modelling, an Arado 234B2
I start by the engines.

[/img]

[/img]

[/img]

-The starter and the compressor were covered with Rub n Buff using a paint brush, then the intermediate section was sprayed with Clear Yellow X-24 to tint the metal. The hoses and cables are painted with different colours of Prince August acrylic paint. CMK black pigments are applied with a brush on the whole thing.

Rocket Walter:
Also Rub'N Buff and pigments

[/img]

[/img]

[/img]

[/img]

[/img]

[/img]

another trapdoor is drilled the "tringlerries" of the back steerings made with the fine tube Evergreen

[/img]

[/img]

wings are stuck,

[/img]

The cameras, I added some additional details with the plastic card.

[/img]

They are painted in beige grey

[/img]

They are in position. And tilted

[/img]

And tilted

[/img]


[/img]



[/img]

The cockpit

[/img]

It is painted in Rlm 66 with some black consoles, the dashboard is painted by color wood, Copper threads are added
[/img]

[/img]

[/img]


[/img]



[/img]

The solution that I found: cut the nozzle to reduce at most its thickness

[/img]

[/img]



[/img]

The Jumo is in place

[/img]

[/img]


[/img]

[/img]


[/img]

The cockpit is soon finished

[/img]

Soon
Regards
michel
That is some mighty fine modeling and painting bubba!
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Joined: July 25th, 2010, 11:05 pm

June 15th, 2012, 2:01 pm #6

Hi,
I present you my new modelling, an Arado 234B2
I start by the engines.

[/img]

[/img]

[/img]

-The starter and the compressor were covered with Rub n Buff using a paint brush, then the intermediate section was sprayed with Clear Yellow X-24 to tint the metal. The hoses and cables are painted with different colours of Prince August acrylic paint. CMK black pigments are applied with a brush on the whole thing.

Rocket Walter:
Also Rub'N Buff and pigments

[/img]

[/img]

[/img]

[/img]

[/img]

[/img]

another trapdoor is drilled the "tringlerries" of the back steerings made with the fine tube Evergreen

[/img]

[/img]

wings are stuck,

[/img]

The cameras, I added some additional details with the plastic card.

[/img]

They are painted in beige grey

[/img]

They are in position. And tilted

[/img]

And tilted

[/img]


[/img]



[/img]

The cockpit

[/img]

It is painted in Rlm 66 with some black consoles, the dashboard is painted by color wood, Copper threads are added
[/img]

[/img]

[/img]


[/img]



[/img]

The solution that I found: cut the nozzle to reduce at most its thickness

[/img]

[/img]



[/img]

The Jumo is in place

[/img]

[/img]


[/img]

[/img]


[/img]

The cockpit is soon finished

[/img]

Soon
Regards
michel
Cordialement
Paul
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Joined: April 28th, 2008, 7:58 pm

June 15th, 2012, 2:26 pm #7

Hi,
I present you my new modelling, an Arado 234B2
I start by the engines.

[/img]

[/img]

[/img]

-The starter and the compressor were covered with Rub n Buff using a paint brush, then the intermediate section was sprayed with Clear Yellow X-24 to tint the metal. The hoses and cables are painted with different colours of Prince August acrylic paint. CMK black pigments are applied with a brush on the whole thing.

Rocket Walter:
Also Rub'N Buff and pigments

[/img]

[/img]

[/img]

[/img]

[/img]

[/img]

another trapdoor is drilled the "tringlerries" of the back steerings made with the fine tube Evergreen

[/img]

[/img]

wings are stuck,

[/img]

The cameras, I added some additional details with the plastic card.

[/img]

They are painted in beige grey

[/img]

They are in position. And tilted

[/img]

And tilted

[/img]


[/img]



[/img]

The cockpit

[/img]

It is painted in Rlm 66 with some black consoles, the dashboard is painted by color wood, Copper threads are added
[/img]

[/img]

[/img]


[/img]



[/img]

The solution that I found: cut the nozzle to reduce at most its thickness

[/img]

[/img]



[/img]

The Jumo is in place

[/img]

[/img]


[/img]

[/img]


[/img]

The cockpit is soon finished

[/img]

Soon
Regards
michel
Un véritable travail d'orfèvre !!! Superbe !
Stéphane
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Joined: March 3rd, 2005, 11:19 am

June 15th, 2012, 3:41 pm #8

Hi,
I present you my new modelling, an Arado 234B2
I start by the engines.

[/img]

[/img]

[/img]

-The starter and the compressor were covered with Rub n Buff using a paint brush, then the intermediate section was sprayed with Clear Yellow X-24 to tint the metal. The hoses and cables are painted with different colours of Prince August acrylic paint. CMK black pigments are applied with a brush on the whole thing.

Rocket Walter:
Also Rub'N Buff and pigments

[/img]

[/img]

[/img]

[/img]

[/img]

[/img]

another trapdoor is drilled the "tringlerries" of the back steerings made with the fine tube Evergreen

[/img]

[/img]

wings are stuck,

[/img]

The cameras, I added some additional details with the plastic card.

[/img]

They are painted in beige grey

[/img]

They are in position. And tilted

[/img]

And tilted

[/img]


[/img]



[/img]

The cockpit

[/img]

It is painted in Rlm 66 with some black consoles, the dashboard is painted by color wood, Copper threads are added
[/img]

[/img]

[/img]


[/img]



[/img]

The solution that I found: cut the nozzle to reduce at most its thickness

[/img]

[/img]



[/img]

The Jumo is in place

[/img]

[/img]


[/img]

[/img]


[/img]

The cockpit is soon finished

[/img]

Soon
Regards
michel
marvelous work, period!
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Joined: October 25th, 2004, 1:51 pm

June 15th, 2012, 5:04 pm #9

Hi,
I present you my new modelling, an Arado 234B2
I start by the engines.

[/img]

[/img]

[/img]

-The starter and the compressor were covered with Rub n Buff using a paint brush, then the intermediate section was sprayed with Clear Yellow X-24 to tint the metal. The hoses and cables are painted with different colours of Prince August acrylic paint. CMK black pigments are applied with a brush on the whole thing.

Rocket Walter:
Also Rub'N Buff and pigments

[/img]

[/img]

[/img]

[/img]

[/img]

[/img]

another trapdoor is drilled the "tringlerries" of the back steerings made with the fine tube Evergreen

[/img]

[/img]

wings are stuck,

[/img]

The cameras, I added some additional details with the plastic card.

[/img]

They are painted in beige grey

[/img]

They are in position. And tilted

[/img]

And tilted

[/img]


[/img]



[/img]

The cockpit

[/img]

It is painted in Rlm 66 with some black consoles, the dashboard is painted by color wood, Copper threads are added
[/img]

[/img]

[/img]


[/img]



[/img]

The solution that I found: cut the nozzle to reduce at most its thickness

[/img]

[/img]



[/img]

The Jumo is in place

[/img]

[/img]


[/img]

[/img]


[/img]

The cockpit is soon finished

[/img]

Soon
Regards
michel
Your painting work is second to none!! Well done so far!!




Brandon



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Joined: November 17th, 2005, 3:42 pm

June 15th, 2012, 5:10 pm #10

Hi,
I present you my new modelling, an Arado 234B2
I start by the engines.

[/img]

[/img]

[/img]

-The starter and the compressor were covered with Rub n Buff using a paint brush, then the intermediate section was sprayed with Clear Yellow X-24 to tint the metal. The hoses and cables are painted with different colours of Prince August acrylic paint. CMK black pigments are applied with a brush on the whole thing.

Rocket Walter:
Also Rub'N Buff and pigments

[/img]

[/img]

[/img]

[/img]

[/img]

[/img]

another trapdoor is drilled the "tringlerries" of the back steerings made with the fine tube Evergreen

[/img]

[/img]

wings are stuck,

[/img]

The cameras, I added some additional details with the plastic card.

[/img]

They are painted in beige grey

[/img]

They are in position. And tilted

[/img]

And tilted

[/img]


[/img]



[/img]

The cockpit

[/img]

It is painted in Rlm 66 with some black consoles, the dashboard is painted by color wood, Copper threads are added
[/img]

[/img]

[/img]


[/img]



[/img]

The solution that I found: cut the nozzle to reduce at most its thickness

[/img]

[/img]



[/img]

The Jumo is in place

[/img]

[/img]


[/img]

[/img]


[/img]

The cockpit is soon finished

[/img]

Soon
Regards
michel
Outstanding workmanship !!! n/t
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