WiP - 1/72 AZ Spitfire multi-build

Re: WiP - 1/72 AZ Spitfire multi-build

Postby ArabJazzie on Sun 17 Dec 2017, 10:05 pm

Hello again,
I was off looking to see if i could get on with at least one, but I've had a kick in the nads already as i went off and rechecked my references. First thing i found was a picture of MA466 BQ-S in the desert, but the Stbd codes not as I've applied them.

Second picture i looked at was an Xtradecal sheet with said option. As i have never been happy with the original Carpena decals, i dont think its gonna hurt too much to buy a sheet that could be an excuse to build some more Spit Mk.IXs.
Arabest,
Geoff.
52 in a year! We must be certifiable!
ArabJazzie

Re: WiP - 1/72 AZ Spitfire multi-build

Postby ArabJazzie on Wed 20 Dec 2017, 10:16 pm

Hello again,
Well i didnt think this would happen, but here is a photo for now of a finished AZ Model Spitfire Mk.IX built to depict RK917/DB and finished with Freightdog decals.

ImageRK917DB by Geoff Duke, on Flickr

I clearly have to get back into the swing of taking pics again, hence only one for now.
Arabest,
Geoff.
52 in a year! We must be certifiable!
ArabJazzie

Re: WiP - 1/72 AZ Spitfire multi-build

Postby ArabJazzie on Sun 31 Dec 2017, 11:57 pm

Hello all,
Just uploaded all the pics to show off the progress of this thread. More next year!
Arabest,
Geoff.
52 in a year! We must be certifiable!
ArabJazzie

Re: WiP - 1/72 AZ Spitfire multi-build

Postby ArabJazzie on Thu 04 Jan 2018, 9:28 pm

Hello again,
Managed to get another Spitfire finished but this one has fought me at the end and for that reason only one pic to show its finished. As the canopy disappeared along the way, i used one from Falcon Vac so this is the MkXVIII finished using Freightdog decals to depict TZ214/GZ-J of 32 sqn based in Palestine during 1948.

ImageTZ214GZJ by Geoff Duke, on Flickr

My mate has the replacement decals for me for the last IXc, along with an accidental VC-10 purchase along with a vac canopy for an Airfix Sabre that may just hit the build table.
Arabest,
Geoff.
52 in a year! We must be certifiable!
ArabJazzie

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