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Monday, July 2nd 2018, 9:01am

2 Supermarine Spitfires FR.IX + repaint MK IXc Halinski

part 1 - Spitfire FR IX (RAF, MK716 coded “X”, No 16 Sqn., Normandy, Sept 1944)
part 2 - Spitfire MK IXc Repaint for Johnnie Johnson
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Monday, July 2nd 2018, 9:09am







The swtich of the landing gear. The two planes were in different states.




Flying pilot, It doesn't look like Johnny Johnson :P



























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Monday, July 2nd 2018, 9:12am

I refined one of the joysticks.



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Monday, July 2nd 2018, 9:18am

It takes time to produce two cockpit details.









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Wednesday, July 4th 2018, 5:23am

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Wednesday, July 4th 2018, 7:33am

Hello Ferrarifan

great work so far -especially the refined joystick. These Halinski cockpits are very detailed and take their time, doing two at once certainly is a challenge for one´s patience.

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Wednesday, July 4th 2018, 10:20am

Hello Ferrarifan

great work so far -especially the refined joystick. These Halinski cockpits are very detailed and take their time, doing two at once certainly is a challenge for one´s patience.

Zaphod


This challenge is not difficult for me whenever I think of someone cutting the tank tracks :D

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Tuesday, July 10th 2018, 4:15am

The two parts of the cockpit are closed and the details are not visible.






Please ignore the packaging of gum. It is not an advertisement. This box is used for small parts :P

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Tuesday, July 10th 2018, 9:53am

Hello Ferrarifan,

yes, that is a shame with the Halinskis. One spends days, even weeks with the cockpit and then most of it vanishes. I guess it is some kind of zen, good to do the job für the job´s sake and satisfying to know what went in there.

Glass-nosed bombers like the Ju-88 allow much more cockpit details to be seen later.

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Wednesday, July 11th 2018, 8:13am

Hello Ferrarifan,

yes, that is a shame with the Halinskis. One spends days, even weeks with the cockpit and then most of it vanishes. I guess it is some kind of zen, good to do the job für the job´s sake and satisfying to know what went in there.

Glass-nosed bombers like the Ju-88 allow much more cockpit details to be seen later.

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Hi Zaphod,

The complex process itself is fun, and the result is not necessarily embodied. This is my understanding of Halinski's design. This's one of the reasons it has a higher price.

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