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Hi guys, haven't been finishing much recently! 

Finished photos of my TAMIYA,Inc. 1/32 F-16CJ.

 

Built with AMS Resin ECM pod and L/h HARM pod, Eduard Model AccessoriesSNIPER pod, MASTER Static Dischargers, AIRES HOBBY MODELS wheels, GT Resin R/h targeting pod pylon and Videoaviation GBU-38s. Decals were a mixture of kit and Astra Decals. Painted with MRP & Mr Hobby.

 

Seat belts are scratch built, Bomb rack is robbed from the Academy Hornet.

 

I was planning on using the Quickboost seat and Aires wheel wells but they both were far too small.

 

Massive thank you for Joe at Yellow Cake Models for sending my a new lower fuselage after I butchered mine and Fanch at Fancherello models & photos for cutting me the stencils for the tail.


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Wow! That’s a beautiful model, great paint job and superbly weathered.

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Superb F-16! Lovely finish and excellent weathering. Love it!

 

Cheers

 

Malcolm

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Really nicely done, great job

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Very nice model!  Will save the pictures for the moment i will ever make a falcon so i can use yours as an example!  Was also wondering about the weathering, do you use oils?

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That really is beautiful work

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Wonderful model. Stunning job!

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On 3/5/2019 at 6:41 AM, A.C.Acikgoz said:

Nice job but I am not sure about the direction of rescue arrows...

 

Yeah, I got them the wrong way round. If you have a look at the tail numbers, there's a massive error there as well I didn't spot!

 

On 3/5/2019 at 7:18 AM, ringo said:

Very nice model!  Will save the pictures for the moment i will ever make a falcon so i can use yours as an example!  Was also wondering about the weathering, do you use oils?

 

On 3/5/2019 at 7:03 AM, Kitchen Modeller said:

Awesome work - she’s quite stunning. Did you use oils for that weathering? Looks lovely 😊 


All of the weathering was with 502 oils, panel line washes and effects. 

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 Wow, that’s rather impressive!

 

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Fast jets aren't my thing, but this is such a brilliant model I feel compelled to comment! Very nicely done. No WIP thread we can delve into?

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Now that, I like!

 

Great rendition of the worn paintwork, looks like a triumph of substance over style!

 

I love these kits and appreciate the great job you've done.

 

Alan

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That's an amazing job. Love the detailed panels and the cockpit is superb.  Thanks.

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Very impressive Viper and may I say, very well hung, nice job. :worthy:

 

Bob

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Great work Breaker,

 

I particularly like the subtle weathering and of course the asymmetric loadout.

 

Mike

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Truly astounding.

 

Pete

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