Adie Roberts continues his inspirations to help inspire modellers of all abilities to work out of their comfort zone building dioramas or just trying new builds.

A fantastic build of the 1/32 p-40 modelled as a could-have-been 80th fighter group  Burma banshee.  

The Hasegawa kit is challenging but robust, and the cockpit is a great canvas for adding detail. 3d printed seat, throttle quadrant, control yoke, and cooling vane actuator designed in fusion 360. i also scratched the carb vent actuator using the traditional stuff. all the paint is MRP except the ZCY, which is MR .Colour. The dirt and other smut is a combination of acrylic inks with oils over that. Seatbelts are HGW, IP is a mashup of Eduard look and Yahu.  All markings are masked and sprayed. the nose art was developed in photoshop from an illustration I found on the web and converted to masks. the only decals are the prop stencils and cockpit plackards, many of which came from ANYZ. The only clearcoat is gx113 on top of everything.



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