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Schnellboot S-100 Class

Kit / Model  

Schnellboot S-100 Class

Manufacturer  

Revell

Item Code  

N/A

Scale  

1/72

Description  

German's Fast Attack Craft

This is my first attempt to build a Craft. Near perfect fitting, with no filling required, only some sanding required to fit the deck onto the hull. Taken one whole day to clean up mold seams on small parts.

Painting with Mr.Color. Deck with 331 plus dusting of neutral grey 13, Upper hull with neutral grey 13 plus 50% of white. bottom hull with black. Deck small parts with 332.

Weathering with Tamiya Enamel black and dry brushing of silver onto edges.

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Finished

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