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  • #176680
    Renko
    Participant

    Hi Steve. The F9Fs are my favourite US plane from Korea too. These are 3d prints – serviceable but not great – no panel lines etc. I’ve seen the renders for the Warlord F9Fs and they’re looking superb, cant wait to get them.

    I didn’t have an issue with the paint bleeding – vallejo metallic over something I cant remember, plus a steady hand I suppose!

    #177330
    Emmanuel ROY
    Participant

    Hi,

    New to this forum, I thought I’d share pictures of my BRS planes collection.

    I love that game and I can’t stop painting models for it !

    Let’s start with Mustangs. Lots of them ! I really like the possibility to experiment different colour schemes on Mustangs, while still retaining uniformity :

    Let me know what you think !

     

     

    #177335
    Koin-Koin
    Moderator

    Strange, the thread says that the last post was post 15 minutes ago but not showing.

    EDIT: as mine is properly posted, it may be due to the fact that previous post is from a new user.

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 5 months ago by Koin-Koin.
    #177337
    Emmanuel ROY
    Participant

    Hi,

    I’m the new user who tried to post earlier on !

    I wanted to share some pictures of BRS Mustangs. What I really like with them, is the possibility to vary colour schemes while retaining some uniformity :

     

    #177342
    Emmanuel ROY
    Participant

    A few more shots, let me know what you think !

     

    #177351
    Greg S
    Participant

    They are nice looking planes.  The propellers are a nice touch.

    #177389
    Emmanuel ROY
    Participant

    Thank you, for the propellers, I used the exact method given by Warlord Games. A bit tricky at first, and I didn’t glue them so sometimes they fall over but they are easy to put back in place.

    #178787
    Steve
    Participant

    Finished up some desert aircraft. Now onto some Russian front squadrons.

    Steve

    #180704
    Ricky Williams
    Participant

    Posted up on Facebook group but figured I would put them here.  🙂

     

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    #180755
    Babek
    Participant

    1. Japanese A6M2 Zeros and B5N on the way to Pearl Harbor

    2. Japanese A6M2 over Darwin

    3. Japanese Ki-27 and Ki-21-bomber over China

    4. National-spanish-Heinkel He-112 over Spain

     

     

    #181303
    HellRaiser 7
    Participant

    What issues were there with Propellers?
    where can I find the Article from Warlord on how to mount the props on?

    Thanks, Ed

    #181362
    Emmanuel ROY
    Participant

    The article on how to make propellers Can be found here :

    I found it easier to use a hole puncher such as those sold in scrapbooking supply shops than a compass.

    I don’t glue my propellers on the planes, but they still stay quite well on. If one falls down I simply put it back on.

    It is a bit of work, especially at the beginning when sorting everything out, but i think it is well worth the effort.

     

     

     

    #182451
    Steve
    Participant

    Finally had some time to break out the brushes, some Yak-1B’s

    #182453
    Steve
    Participant

    And some La-5’s

    #182460
    Renko
    Participant

    Theyre some pretty Yaks there m8

     

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