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P51D Mustangs 1:144

Kit / Model  

North American P51D Mustang

Manufacturer  

Minicraft

Item Code  

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Scale  

1/144

Description  

I have a large collection of 1:144 WWII fighter kits (mostly still unopened). I'm using them to play a Miniatures adaptation of Avalon Hill's Mustangs board game. But I'm treating them as proper models anyway when I build them.

These little guys are just 3" across.

Done mainly with Testors Acryl paints and an Aztek airbrush. Some decals are homemade. Other details are hand painted.

I take the photos on the playing and then edit out the stand and put in background. Other than that, the photos are not retouched.

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Project status  

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Here are some ME109s on the playing stands for photographing