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  1. Hi guys thank you all for your appreciation and interest in this work. George
  2. Hi guys, thanks very much for your comments. I hope to give you with this work a little bit of ideas for your models and dioramas. George
  3. Hi to all I finished the MWP (Metal Work Panels) Canadair CF-104 Starfighter project with an aluminum coating . The kit used is that of Italeri with the addition of some optional accessories and many scratch-built parts. The project envisaged the representation of the model belonging to the 417 SQN. Cold Lake Alberta year 1970 under renovation / reconditioning and rearmament with the Vulcan M61 / A cannon removed first. For the technical part, I found, among others, different interesting photographic material and to which I was inspired, directly on the website of the http://www.canadianstarfightermuseum.ca/ For the contextualization, I modified the product of the Noy Pines 3D Display expanding the three high-resolution images to reach an optimal result according to the actual dimensions of the model. These are the images of the finished work: Meatal work Panels finiture: cockpit frame: Aires + Eduard BigEd The project contextualization : 3d Noy Pines UHD Display 1:32 (modified) : for more info & pics :http://www.adventurephotomodels.com Thank you for your interest and for watching at this work George
  4. Hi to all a small update to the Starfighter project: I've assembled the undercarriage and the wheels with the necessary modifications to the Canadian version. This is the result of the last wip: for more info & pics:http://www.adventurephotomodels.com thanks for watching this wip George
  5. Hi to all A small update to the Starfighter project: I assembled the undercarriage and the wheels with the necessary modifications to the Canadian version. This is the result of the last wip for more info & pics:http://www.adventurephotmodels.com Thanks for the attention George
  6. Hi guys Thanks for the comments and the interest shown in the Warning Star project. George
  7. Hi to all I finished the "Warning Star" project I applied the decals and stencils of the Caracal models set for the version: EC 121 BU.No.141325 VW-13, NAS Patuxent River 1962 I assembled and detailed the wheels. I corrected the weight of the model overly heavy from the detail sets. These are the final images. for more info & pics:http://www.adventurephotomodels.com Thanks for your attention and for watching this work George
  8. Hi to all I have completed the session coating of the panels. I applied the HGW rivets (Silver) 1:32 to the intakes End of MWP (Meatl Work Panels) session: for more pics & info : http://www.adventurephotomodels.com Thanks for your attention. George
  9. Hi jessica thanks for your interest and for the proper suggestions regarding the M61 cannon. This model belongs to the 417 Sq (Serial number 12744 converted in 104744 (Canuck decals) and dates back to the early 1970s era when the nuclear option was abandoned for the conventional one. My representation is precisely to capture the kind of restoration and in fact, the work will be represented inside a hangar with many parts removed (see the left wing, the nose and part of the tail) In this representation, it seems appropriate to insert the armament that, in historical reality respects what happened. font: CF- 104 on display at Air Force Museum of Alberta image posted only for discussion & historical reference. Happy new year and good model George
  10. Hi to all with this update I will share with all interested to the MWP ( Metal work Panels ) technique some important steps. Thanks for your attention and for watching this work for more info & pics:http://www.adventurephotomodels.com Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all George
  11. Hi to all This is the first update and concerns the assembly of the engine GE J-79 and the wing attack with scratch building. I detailed the M61 Vulcan armament bay. for more info & pics: http://www.adventurephotomodels.com Thanks for your attention and for watching this work. George
  12. thanks very much for the comments and your attention. George
  13. Hi to all My last update: I masked the model and I prepared for the final version. I purchased the decals (Caracal) related to the Navy version: Warning Star Lockheed EC-121P BU.No. 141 325 VW-13, NAS PATUXENT RIVER 1962 for more info & pics:http://www.adventurephotomodels.com Thanks for your attention and for watching this work George
  14. Hi Michael Thanks for the comment No problem for the scheme used The Reference IS Directly from the set Montex Supermask for Typhoon Mk Ib Airfix In the set there was this due Options: I Chosen version of the 143 Wing flew from WG Cdr R.T.P. Davidson. April 1944 Source: AJ-Presse Monografie Lotnicze - Hawker Typhoon, Part 1 and 2 2nd Tactical Air Force, Volume Four Cheers George
  15. Thank you all 'it has been a pleasure for me to share this work George
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