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russ c

F-4D Phantom, `Trapper`, 432nd TFW, Udorn, Thailand

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Highly disappointed you failed to uniformly spread a black wash in each panel like and then failed to spray a lighter tone of the camo paint in the center of each panel.  You've completely missed the patchwork quilt look required of today's modeling and rendered a faithfully realistically weathered war machine.    

 

Please go back and study on how to obtain the patchwork quilt look so your effort will reflect today's aesthetic.  

 

Thanks.  😁

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Absolutely stunning, especially with your background of choice. If that wasn’t real i’d Have said that was 1/32 all day long. Brilliant 👍 

 

Steve.

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Very nice Rhino. Excellent build, finish and presentation.

 

Cheers

 

Malcolm

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Hello,Russ - A beautifully built,finished and displayed example of my lifelong favourite aircraft.I love it!😍

All The Best,

Paul.😉👍

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Love the F4D in the SEA scheme. Great photos too. Looked real right up to the disconcerting upside down shot. I guess those pesky VC were rocketing the revetments again? 🚀

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Very nice Russ, the low down shots could pass, with that background, for the real thing, last one upside down on giant cups not so much 😄

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1 hour ago, colin said:

Very nice Russ, the low down shots could pass, with that background, for the real thing, last one upside down on giant cups not so much 😄

Cheers Colin, I never could get the egg cups `right`, one day maybe 🙂

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6 hours ago, Ad-4N said:

Highly disappointed you failed to uniformly spread a black wash in each panel like and then failed to spray a lighter tone of the camo paint in the center of each panel.  You've completely missed the patchwork quilt look required of today's modeling and rendered a faithfully realistically weathered war machine.    

 

Please go back and study on how to obtain the patchwork quilt look so your effort will reflect today's aesthetic.  

 

Thanks.  😁

Cheers Ad`, you nearly had me there 😀

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That'll do Russ, that'll do nicely. All very subtle and a tribute to your unbounded skill. 

I've said it before and will say it again. You never cease to amaze.

 

Peter

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