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  1. My 1:25 Tumbler from Batman Begins (2005) by Moebius Models. Great kit overall, had some fitment issues getting the windshield attached, but I'm glad I test fitted before cementing. Done with Tamiya and Testors spray cans, chipping done with silver craft paints followed by a light dusting of Tamiya pigments.
  2. Thanks! This is the same as Revell's previous F-14A, just with new decals. There are no new parts in this kit. However it does include the chin pod from the F-14B (my model was actually missing those parts but replacements from Revell arrived yesterday). I'm not sure if it's the same as the Hunt for the Red October F-14 but it's the same as the Monogram F-14A.
  3. This is my build of Revell's 1/48 Maverick's F-14 from Top Gun. It's my first real crack at a jet fighter, and although it was expected, it was a nightmare to put together. Painted with Tamiya AS paints and weathered with oils and acrylic paint. Revell 1/48 Maverick's F-14 (Top Gun) by tfcrafter1, on Flickr Revell 1/48 Maverick's F-14 (Top Gun) by tfcrafter1, on Flickr Revell 1/48 Maverick's F-14 (Top Gun) by tfcrafter1, on Flickr
  4. I love seeing brush painted models. Fantastic job on this build!
  5. The streaking is really well done. Great work!
  6. I had a lot of trouble with this kit - it's quite antiquated, but yours looks fantastic!
  7. The Bandai Star Wars kits are quite incredible, way more detailed than any Star Wars model that came before. Highly recommended.
  8. "What a piece of junk!" This is my build of Bandai's 1/144 Millennium Falcon from Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Weathered with acrylic and oils. I also installed an LED strip and battery box inside.
  9. As I recall, I think the crates I used from the Tamiya kit came with a bit of molded wood detail. I just painted over it with craft store paints, sealed it, then did a wash with watered-down acrylic paint.
  10. Thanks everyone! I'll work on getting the stowage tied down. And thanks @Bullbasket for the clarification.
  11. Thank you so much! The base painting was pretty basic for this (99% of the tank is olive drab) so I really had time to layer on different washes and layers of pigment to get a dusty look.
  12. This is my build of the Lamborghini Aventador Anniversario from Aoshima. Done with Tamiya spray paints. [/url
  13. Hi everyone, first time poster here. This is my 1:35 Super Sherman from Tamiya. Done with Testors olive drab, weathered with an acrylic wash and Tamiya pigments.
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