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McYellowbelly

1/144th Harrier T10

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Revell harrier converted using Retrokit 2 seat conversion.

Intake cover/bung things from milliput.

There will be odd bits needing sorted probably

Needs a bit more weathering, but as it sat in a box for over a year half finished, it's time to move on!

 

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Great harrier for 1/48 scale!

 

i was not able to imagine how it will look in 1/144.

Now i can!

Great build, with so much details on so small model, and nothing is overdone.......simply stunning model.

Best regards Djordje

 

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Looks definitely bigger!

Great kit and conversion!!

Shame the are not anymore....

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Blimey! That detail in that scale??!

 

Well done that man👍🏻

 

Trevor

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Cheers all, hope to post pics of Lightning soon( get me on a roll....2 kits finished in a year.......and a bit!):lol:

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An absolute beauty mate! Very well done! Excellent weathering for such a small kit, what did you use?

 

Is the Lightning 1/144 too?

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7 hours ago, Murdo said:

An absolute beauty mate! Very well done! Excellent weathering for such a small kit, what did you use?

 

Is the Lightning 1/144 too?

Weathering is Vallejo acrylics, Winsor & Newton inks and some oils.

Lightning is the old revel kit, with scratchbuilt cockpit and loads of vents etc added to airframe.

(Don't hold your breath, you might be very purple by the time I post the pics!)

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Very nicely done. Especially in that scale. You should take a pic of it in your hand to appreciate just how small the Harrier is in this scale. 

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45 minutes ago, Mark4700 said:

Very nicely done. Especially in that scale. You should take a pic of it in your hand to appreciate just how small the Harrier is in this scale. 

Im waiting to find someone with huge hands to make it look even smaller!

Will do that with my lightning im finishing

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