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Ms Modeller

Mirage F1 Tiger Meet - 1/72 Revell

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Hello again!

 

I finished my Revell Mirage F.1 last week. It was a bit rushed for a show (our club was split in 2 so we could attend 2 events, so I built a few things in a hurry to make sure we had enough stuff). I'm pretty happy with how it turned out. As usual if you want to read more about it or see more picutres please follow this link. A few are here :)

 

The kit took me about 2 hours to fully build. 10 minutes to paint. An hour for decals. There was a bit of silvering due to a mistake I made, but I painted over some of it.

 

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*Edit* - Broken Pictures

 

 

Edited by Ms Modeller
Fixed the pictures link.

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Hi Lex,

 

to be honest I did not know Revell had a 1/72 Mirage F1 in their catalogue. 

You are really modelling a the speed of light! In my case change hours by years and you would be closer to the sad fact that I am a glacier in disguise!

Your F1 actually looks very good. The only thing I would have changed would have been the pitot probe at the nose tip. But that's just me!

 

Well done!

JR

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Jean, the Revell kit is the early 80s Hasegawa, reboxed. It's not bad.

 

Lexicon, that's a great job, even if it was done in a hurry. Well done, sir!

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On 21/03/2017 at 9:34 PM, Rob G said:

Jean, the Revell kit is the early 80s Hasegawa, reboxed. It's not bad.

 

Lexicon, that's a great job, even if it was done in a hurry. Well done, sir!

 

Thank you :)  though maybe ma'am would be more correct than sir :P 

I'm genuinely pretty happy with it though. It's made me buy a Hind in Tiger Colours - though that's white for the most part...and I DESPISE working with white...but I'm going to do it anyway!

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