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docjojo

Harrier GR7 Airfix 1/72

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Hi,

 

So, here my last build model, a very nice kit, i just improve it with a Pavla resin cokpit and the GBU comes from the Brassin range by Eduard. I used too some Photoetched from an old set for an Hasegawa Harrier.

The fans of the plane note that I made a big mistake by sticking a coin upside down.

I'll let you find where...I hope you will like it anyway.

 

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Cheers

 

Joel

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Very nice! I like this a lot. How did you mask the intakes to get the perfect line between the white and the grey? 

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Outstanding! What an amazing looking Harrier, it looks like a bigger scale than 1/72 ... more like 1/1! 😂

 

Awesome weapons fit on her too. How could the plebs in our government think it was a good idea to scrap these! Would have had the terrorists for breakfast by now and be onto the next course of putting the fear of God into Putin's tank regiments.

 

What happens if you give a politician viagra?

He gets taller.

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1 hour ago, DAG058 said:

 How did you mask the intakes to get the perfect line between the white and the grey? 

Hi Dago,

 

I just used the Tamiya masking tape, but i painted the air inlets before gluing them, same thing with the fuselage. 

I had taken some landmarks before to see the boundaries.

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Joel

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Superb rendition of a wonderful aircraft, your attention to detail is breathtaking, thanks for sharing.

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Outstanding Joel!!!!!  I`ve been thinking about putting this particular kit together in the near future.  Your`s has only motivated me to do it sooner rather than later.  What are your thoughts of the kit????   I`m going to use your pictures as a reference too.  Excellent results and photography!!!!! 👍

 

Best regards,

Mike

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5 hours ago, docjojo said:

Hi Dago,

 

I just used the Tamiya masking tape, but i painted the air inlets before gluing them, same thing with the fuselage. 

I had taken some landmarks before to see the boundaries.

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Joel

Fantastic thanks for the help. I have a 1/48 kit sat in the stash but the thought of the intakes has scared me off from starting it.

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A lovely Lucy!

 

As to the mistake... is that daylight I see under the main wheels? 🤔😉

 

Cheers 

 

Nick

 

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The mistake you make is an insignificance when you are in front of such a great job. In addition, there is absolutely no model that does not have a single failure, however small.

Great job !!!
Congratulations.

Cheers.

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6 hours ago, NG899 said:

As to the mistake... is that daylight I see under the main wheels? 🤔😉

Isn't it supposed to hover? 😄....... It's OK, I'm going :coat:

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That's a fine piece of modelling. Your Harrier is superb. 

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