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  1. Ok so over the last couple of weeks I have been finishing off projects that I started some time ago and this is one I started over 2 years ago! It is the HobbyBoss 1:48 Tornado F3 which I had given up on as the fit was poor and I got bored of it. Anyway I decided to have another go at it and this is the result. Its not bad but far from perfect but 'in flight' it looks pretty good in the special scheme. It was largely out of the box with resin seats and Xtradecal decals. Paints were Gunze and Tamiya with some Alclad. I love the Tornado F3 and am eagerly awaiting build reviews on the Revell kit which I am hoping is much better than the HobbyBoss one cheers chris
  2. I'm currently attempting to build a selection of post-war RAF aircraft (Tornado F3, Lightning, Phantom FGR2, F4(UK), but due to a combination of events I am lacking stencilling, particularly for the Tornado. I don't really want to have to search for (non-existent) decal sheets with walkways / NO STEP / Funny upside-down hooks - or rely on well-known auction sites to overpay for stuff. Is there a way to cleanly produce white stencil markings in 1:72? I'd prefer if I could do this, whilst retaining some sort of calmness, though prepared to make a bit of effort if I can see the end result. I did think that the combination of white ink / draughting pens, and a master decal sheet, I could transfer the markings to a clear decal sheet, cutting, sealing and protecting as much as I can. Am i heading in the right direction, or is there an alternative process I can follow?
  3. So here it is, warts'n'all. WIP is there : Hope you like it, S.
  4. I'm keen to model the units that an individual aircraft (in this case a Tornado F3) has been in from inception to disposal. Is there a way of finding this information out? I've sent a couple of emails to the RAF Museum at Hendon, to their heritage section, and so far nothing.. Are there any other ways to collect this info?
  5. Hi, Despite reading how bad the Tamiya F3 is, i still found myself picking one up due to stupidity/pig-headedness/nothing else on offer! I should have listened!! It starts off quite nicely, the cockpit goes together well, the wings, tail and other bits all do likewise. Then It came to putting the 2 fuselage halves together......UGH. There was about a millimetre overlapping on the top half either side, which meant tonnes of filling and sanding, which, in the end i just got fed up of and decided to leave it before i put into "flight mode" Then comes the decals. "Basic" would probably be building them up a bit too much, no RAF tail flash, very very pale colours on the roundels, and the most awkward ones i've ever dealt with trying to put on the aircraft so again a lot never made it! So in the end, i found some old xtradecal and very old airfix ones to finish it as i saw as "Maple 19" at RAF Coningsby in 1990. I was going to panel wash etc, but as there aren't really any panels of note to use, i just went for a bit of weathering on the tail!!!! I really do hope Revell/Airfix etc produce a new tooled Flickknife soon Anyway, enough of my troubles: Tamiya 1.72 Tornado F3 ZE292 by Jonathan Francis, on Flickr Tamiya 1.72 Tornado F3 ZE292-9 by Jonathan Francis, on Flickr Tamiya 1.72 Tornado F3 ZE292-14 by Jonathan Francis, on Flickr Tamiya 1.72 Tornado F3 ZE292-10 by Jonathan Francis, on Flickr Tamiya 1.72 Tornado F3 ZE292-11 by Jonathan Francis, on Flickr Tamiya 1.72 Tornado F3 ZE292-4 by Jonathan Francis, on Flickr Im sure you guys could probably get some good results with it, but it certainly tested my patience!!!!! Jon
  6. I built a 92 Sqn Lightning in that STGB, and am building 92 Sqn Phantom in that STGB, so I thought I'd continue the theme with this one. However, there was a slight hiccup in that 92 Sqn didn't convert to the Tornado from the Phantom. So, this is going to be a bit of a whif: a special scheme for the inaugural Tornado F3 to enter service with 92 Sqn in the year of the 50th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain. I'll be using the 1/72 Hasegawa kit, which apparently fits nicely but has lots of shape issues. I started by reshaping the vertical tail, which is too square on top. It's not much, but it's a start. Thank you Mish for starting this Group Build in Merv's honour. I never got to meet him, but the loss of any Britmodeller is a loss to us all.
  7. I built this back in Jan/Feb of this year but never took any photos, build thread or even and RFI up to now! So here are some photos from the IPMS Farnborough website... This is another entry in my project associated with my Father in the RAF, namely building the aircraft that were in 5 Sqn before and after he was attached to that squadron while in Burma in 1943-45 Previously I've built a Curtis Mohawk which was flown by 5 Sqn from 1941 to 43 and a F6 English Electric Lightning that was flown by 5 Sqn in the 70 up to the mid 80s. This brings the story further into the modern era as 5 Sqn flew the F3 Tornado from 1987 to 2003 Larger pic here Larger pic here Larger pic here Larger pic here This was the Italeri kit plus the Eduard PE with 5 Sqn decals sourced from elsewhere - I can't honestly remember where. The pilot figures are from PJ Productions - its the same figure but modified for front and back seat One of the reasons I do build threads on here is so I remember what I've done!
  8. Here are a few negative and slide scans from 20 years ago. These were taken on the 4th May during a large NATO Exercise 'Resolute Response'.
  9. "Italeri 1/48, resin, PE details, some srcatch" Hi below you will find some recent photos of my Tornado F3 from 43(F) squadron. I used quite some AM products, not all of them really made for this kit but with some work i could make them fit namely: Eduard interior set for the cockpit Paragon Seats Paragosn flap set Paragon wheels Decals are from now regrettably defunct Aviation Workshop/ Model Alliance I tried my skills on integrating Aires wheel bay for the Hobbyboss kit (no big hassle) and the definitely better detailed landing gear from SAC that perfectly fits the aires set. the icing on the cake where Aires new nozzles that required some surgery to the Italeri fuselage but compensate with exquisite detail. now some photos: Now I am looking forward to your comments/ critics Thanks everybody on britmodeler, a lot of inspiration and detail photos, links etc. were used! Without this great reference compendium this project would not have been so much fun!!!
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