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  1. Hi! I started building this 1/32 109 G-2. I won´t use the kit decals. Instead, I got hold of a beautiful sheet from FCM Decals for Trautloft´s aircraft.
  2. Now featuring on the FCM website, 4th from the bottom http://www.fcm.eti.br/galery.html Hi guys, welcome to the RFI for the seventh completed hobbyboss tomcat from my WIP, link at the bottom. This one caused alot of headaches. Built semi-concurrently with the VF-14 Tophatters completed last month. This one started out planned to be a CAG vf114 plane, but then at the paint stage I decided to change to a lesser seen/modelled low viz sundowner. As I already had a CAG gull plane in the pack (vf32) Nothing was required to change build spec wise fortunately. So it stayed in the gull grey. Not for long... The major drama was working out the colourscheme as the gull grey reccomendatiom of the FCM decal sheet didn't work with the constrast of the decals. This build got to the point of having all the decals on, sealed and weathering started before I decided to rip them all off, sand back a touch and then repaint and apply a second set of decals. Original Gull grey pics at the bottom of this post. After studying reference pics and some help in the WIP from fellow BM'ers it was decided to go for Light grey FS36495. It seems to be from that transitional period in the early 80's when gull grey was being phased out and experimenting with other low viz schemes before TPS became the norm. Also gave me a chance to depict the time when missles changed over from white to light ghost grey and the L model sidewinders came in etc. So this build was to try out akan acrylics, all the main paints and metals are by them including when she was gull grey. However for the repaint I went with Mr Color 338 for the light grey as I didn't have that shade in akan and wanted a thin tough decal ready finish to avoid too much paint build up. The rest are all akan still. Quite a fan of the 'burnt metal grey-purple' So the spec: Modified kit parts- -drilled fuel dump. -nose pitot join corrected. -arrestor hook shortened. -first spine antenna made smaller. -3 light box on front gear leg drilled. -panel lines scribed in rear engine cowls and side fairings. -drop tank holes moved back and slightly outwards. -RIO boarding step renforcement plate sanded back. -RIO handhold ontop of IP coaming undercut to make it look more like a handle. Hasegawa parts - -afterburner faces and etch. -ventral fins. -canopy strut wedge. -cockpit decals. -main wheel hubs. -chinpod. AM parts - -Reskit wheels (mains drilled out for a hasegawa plastic early 'star' hub) -Brassin sparrows and winders. -Aires pilots in seats. -Aires nozzles and tubes. -Quickboost front U/C bay doors. -FCM decals. Quite a bit! Oh one last thing, couldn't be bothered to try and cut out and install the glove vane parts neatly, so made a decal rectangular decal to represent those panel lines. Products used and a scale reference: GENERAL VIEWS Love this one! PILOTS IN DETAIL (Hand painted helmets) UNDERSIDES: Some weathering effects close ups: In comparison to a gull grey bird and the tps scheme - makes it look really light now! The most recent 'line' pair together: Kit and brasssin from our own @Mikemx at mjwmodels, great prices and service WIP - this build is around pages 13-17 The gull grey 1st attempt: Actual Plane: https://photos.smugmug.com/US-Squadrons-USN/US-Navy-Fighter-Squadrons/VF-111-SUNDOWNERS-pictures/i-m478ccc/2/e19385bd/S/F-14USN-VF-111 0045 A taxing Grumman F-14 Tomcat USN 160668 VF-111 SUNDOWNERS USS Carl Vinson 3-1984 NAS Fallon%2C by Michael Grove%2C Sr DONEwt copy-S.jpg Thanks for looking!
  3. As well as the Spitfire VB of another thread, I have been toying with this kit as well, so as a moment of madness I have ordered this kit from an online retailer. As I am a bit of a fan of South American air arms I will be doing a Brazilian machine from the 1970s using a decal sheet from FCM ordered from the Big H. The Invader is one of my favourite aircraft. Not a bad kit if I recall from Airfix? https://www.scalemates.com/kits/130190-airfix-591-invader https://www.hannants.co.uk/product/FCM72031
  4. Mirage 2000P Fuerza Aera del Peru ( 1/48 ESCI kit version with the corrected production fin) FCM decals Neomega resin cockpit Eduard PE and masks Master pitot l'Arsenal fuselage pylons, wing pylons, SAMP 250 bombs Kinetic 1700L tanks Revell Matra Magic IIs WIP here you go! from the fantastic Mirage group build, still running till Oct 29th.... first a clean one for the purists: and fully loaded thanks for any comments and suggestions! Cheers, Werner
  5. I present the Pj Productions boxing of the High Planes Mirage, the base kit was the MIrage 5 boxing and using the MIRSIP conversion set you can model the Chilean Air Force Elkan version, I used the FCM decal sheet 72-33 for the markings which went on really well much better than the recent Brazilian Air Force sheet I used. Alongside some of her South American delta wing brethren Anyway hope you enjoy Willy
  6. Well having won the vote, it's the Hobbyboss F-14A which will hopefully be better than the Hasegawa one i've fought to submission Adding to the mix is an Aires cockpit And FCM decals to make it an aircraft from a proper squadron - VF-111 (and NOT the CAG bird !) Work starts with the cockpit which surprisingly for Aires fit's quite well :-) You do have to take off a lot of the underside molding plug to get the wheel well in place - and remember to glue the wheel well in place before starting fitting A coat of Aircraft grey to start the painting, after some Black primer Then on with the Pit painting - still more work to do but getting there Peter
  7. Finished today, from the Swig Wing Group Build, the Hobbyboss 1/48th F-14A Kit, with an Aires Cockpit and FCM Decals for the Sundowners. Painted with Gunze throughout - the build thread is available here Peter
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