Detail guide step by step - p-51
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UNBELIEVABLE! I've yet to see anything which you have touched not coming out looking like an artist was commissioned by a museum for a life like representation of that particular aircraft. Simply amazing!
That's fantastic. I'm getting back into the hobby and I would love to have you do videos and talk through what your doing, why, how, what to look for, what not to do, etc. I just feel like Ill never get to this level. Like the other guy said ...this is art!
Dude, keep going, your activity is very inspiring. I am a musician, but need sometimes to chill and your videos were significant for me. I decided to make my own model instead of playing video games. Thank you.
this is great! my only little critic would be that the weathering seems a bit heavy and maybe flatten the tires so it looks like it has weight. https://www.nationalmuseum.af.mil/Visit/Museum-Exhibits/Fact-Sheets/Display/Article/196263/north-american-p-51d-mustang/
Plasmo, I absolutely enjoy your method and techniques. I look forward to every alert! BUT, dude, you have to visit a museum or air display. The aircraft DO NOT LOOK LIKE YOU'RE MODELS!!! Lay off the 'WASH and AGEING' Thank you!
I'm not 9ne to watch a model get built but this was something else you have the hands of a brain surgeon! Well done, if I ever wondered who does the models at the museum... now I know. Nothing short of a grand master.
If I may humbly make a suggestion: the plexiglass of the canopy could use a little "distressing" IMO. Perhaps it is but doesn't show in the pictures. Beautiful as always. I'm astonished to see how many products are now available to model builders. When I was at it in the late 50's and early 60's paints and tools were very basic or non-existent. No photo etching, no beautiful flat paints, textures, washes, glue applicators, etc.....You have mastered your hobby. Bravo
I do alot of fine detail landscape drawings and i get so many compliments from people and everyone says how do i that,,, i wish i can draw like that,,anyone can be anything if they really want it,,i love art and people who do work like you i really appreciate it thankyou,,you are an artist in your work and a really good one,,you would have to be 1 of the best ones there is,,but what about these idiots who give you the thumbs down,,are they serious or are they just jealous of your work,,i read one comment from a guy who says you over weather your models,,is this guy serious,,what a moron,,keep it up my friend as we truly think your amazing,,,,cheers
You did a good job, no doubt at all, but I think the weathering was a bit excessive on this one. Particularly around the main intake under the fuselage, and the fuel caps. Even during wartime, such grime would be cleaned off between flights. Looks like it didn't get maintained for a very long time 😂
Agreed. Plasmo's wonderful artistic style doesn't suit all subjects, and this one looks like it's been dredged from the ocean. There's no substitute for looking at photos of the real thing to get the weathering realistic.
Great work, my friend.
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I am one of the members of the administration and we are promoting the hobby.
Thank you in advance for your attention.
Amazing! You've inspired me to get my models out of the closet today. Can I ask how you create the under wing lights at 9:44? I seen you hand use a drill bit but what's the clear material you use that mixes with the paint to create the color of the light? Thank you!
I love the concept of this build--a fighter plane being serviced for maintenance and re-arming, if those are the right terms...brilliantly conceived and brilliantly executed in every detail. Masterful craftsmanship. Simply amazing.
Hello, Your skills really are amazing and i'am sure you worked very hard to posses such skills , Thank you for sharing some of them with us. If i may is there a site you use to get the template for doing the riveting and panel line schematics on your builds. Thank you again for sharing .
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