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#14/2017 And my dad finished another one, the first of some upcoming IIAF stuff. Used the "M" version of the great Tamiya kit. Wanted to use Tigerhead Decals, forget it. Except the tricolor decal for the rudder all other ones are undersized and the underwing numbers are missing too. My dad painted the rudder and the roundels. The latter ones didn´t come out perfect but look ok. They should even be slightly bigger but my dad had no bigger ring masks. Vallejo Metal Color Aluminium used for painting. After WW2 the Iranians received 50 (some sources say 60) F-47D-30 (some sources also s
The next, soon to be started, Iranian subject besides the Phantom. So a Persian duo is coming, maybe even a triplet....not yet decided.
As in between job, two models I made just to relax. Some easy builds. The airfix hawk and the revell thunderbolt in Turkish service. Both were easy builds. Decals were from Tigerhead decals. I just wanted to do something different, and these decals were just right. Both models are clean builds, so no weathering. I was just afraid to ruin the look... Tigerhead decals were used on both planes. I was impressed with the quality: the decals went on perfectly. And the great thing is that the decals include complete markings for several planes... so I have to build some more hawks and thunderbolts!