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cathasatail

Typhoon Trainer- 1:48 Eurofighter T3

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Eurofighter Typhoon T3

1:48 Revell

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Evening all,

I finished this build over Christmas, but with the glorious weather we've been having this past week it felt like a good excuse to break out the camera. I haven't really got much to say about this build; despite the excess amount of flash and variations in panel line thickness, it builds upon into a good representation of a Typhoon. Paints, as usual, are Vallejo and the APU exhaust was done by spraying UMP dark dirt.

 

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-Thanks for having a look, see you next time!

 

Best wishes,

Sam

 

 

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Edited by cathasatail

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Nice result, i have heard about Revell's Typhoon is not the best choice, coz some bad fit and inaccuracies, but you made a great job, well done

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Nice Tuphoon, i like how you managed to keep weathering just right, very moderate but still visible.

Regards Djordje

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11 hours ago, Harry Callahan said:

Nice result, i have heard about Revell's Typhoon is not the best choice, coz some bad fit and inaccuracies, but you made a great job, well done

I guess the only choice!!  definitely a good and accurate kit, with room for improvement though ;)

 

 

by the way, great model! colors look good,  I also like the cockpit!

 

:thumbsup:

 

 

 

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Very nice camo and weathering👍  

And finally a plane with the correct off/dark screens in the cockpit!

I'm also not aware that there's another acceptable Typhoon in 1/48 scale.

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I've always preferred the looks of the two seater over the single. I've not seen many built either. You've done a lovely job on yours. Looks great!

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Having built the one-seater I am really impressed that this one could be built like this. Really nice work! 

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