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  1. Why the access to real aircraft is forbidden for making plastic cockpit, but is not forbidden for making decals? Wish to know the answer.
  2. I hope there will be resin cockpit from TempModels available and resin exhaust nozzles from ResKit as well. Kit's exhaust are not bad frankly said, but resin cockpit is a must if you want to make it opened. Quinta's cockpit is now almost available, but I think that 3D decals do not look so good. Regarding fit, is is almost perfect, regarding fuselage halves:
  3. This is not a light, it is a plastic. A nose: Nose wheel bay: Pilot tube and seat: IP: Main wheel bay:
  4. Yes, this kit is not so easy to build, there is a lot of small fitting issues. Well, that is Kitty Hawk kit, so what could we expect more?
  5. I hope those pictures will be usefull. Frankly said I have no idea, I did it just according to instruction manual if I remember correctly.
  6. I can do it of you want, but what exactly pictures do you need?
  7. Thank you guys. I have found not so many pictures with that winter camouflage, so here you are:
  8. Thank a lot guys. One more thing: are those bombs the same like those ones for Hunter?
  9. Thanks a lot for your help. By the way, do you know any picture of such real bombs? Or maybe you know official name of those ordnance?
  10. I am making Hawker Hunter from italeri/Academy 1:48. My plan is to paint her as RAF or Jordanian Air Forces plane, but I know nothing about ordnance of such aircrafts. There are few bombs in the box (with no information about it), but I wish to hook up those resin bombs from ResKit, and my only question is: is it good to use those bombs? Anyone can help?
  11. Well, I do think there are some special reasons: • many flashes • bad details and overall parts look soap made • many simplifications, like air intake with no inlet duct inside • black polystyrene (I don’t like black) which also seems to be rather soft. Generally this kit need a lot of work to make good looking model. But unfortunately, this is still the best kit of F-16C Block 52 available in this scale.
  12. Very nice model with really eyecatching camouflage. Good job!
  13. This is my latest model: F-16C Block 52+ , Polish Air Forces. I used rather poor kit of Revell, plus few aftermarkets: Master's sensors, decals of ModelMaker and Techmod, camouflage masks of ModelMaker, Aires exhaust nozzle, Res/Kit wheels and Eduard AGM-154C bombs. Enjoy.
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