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Morning all,

I picked this kit up as a break from the Revell A400M that i've got on the bench.

For the first time I am relatively pleased with this attempt, having built two SHARs, one GR3 and one GR9 over the course of the last 2 years. It is also the first time where I am content with the level of post-shading (although I did have to clean up the upper wing surface when i forgot to dilute the wash that I use for the postshading and my airbrush started spraying out this fountain of black- reducing the effectiveness of the finish somewhat! :) )

Kit:

Airfix 1:72 BAe Harrier GR7A/GR9A (from LMS -Mike's Models)

Paints:

Vallejo Black, Light grey, Medium sea grey, White, Medium olive

Alclad II Aluminium

-And a variety of mixed Vallejo paints for smaller details

Other:

Alclad II Aqua gloss

Vallejo "Model Wash" Dark grey -for panel lines and post-shading

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Thanks for looking :)

Kind regards,

Sam

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Superb Harrier! Very well done. :thumbsup:

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Wow, very nice Harrier. The dirt along the rear fuselage looks particularly nice.

One small observation if I may, swap the refuel probe to the left side ;)

Superb work.

Eng

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Wow, very nice Harrier. The dirt along the rear fuselage looks particularly nice.

One small observation if I may, swap the refuel probe to the left side ;)

Superb work.

Eng

Ah strewth! That's why I had trouble fitting it -_-

Next time...... :P

Thanks,

Sam

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