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Timmy!

Sepecat Jaguar GR3.A / GR1.A in 1/12th Scale

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This boggles the mind! The intricacy and detail in the piping is extraordinary. It's one thing to visualise, something else to actually recreate it in scale. 

 

Fantastic work.

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Quick update.  More tubing and parts added.  Getting close to closing up the nose gear and cockpit assembly.  Lots of parts needed to be modeled up printed and attached.  Plus no small amount of time figuring out where the plumbing goes.  I'll do a complete write up of the nose gear well and publish a complete article on my website once the assembly is complete.

 

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More soon....

 

Timmy!

 

More soon....

 

Timmy!

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By my calculations this is going to be over a metre long ?? (over 40 inches)

 

Really, really cool project mate......

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The 3D printed stuff is obviously mine blowing.  But I also love the finishing.  The painting & weathering is top drawer.  Bravo.

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11 hours ago, JJ2016 said:

By my calculations this is going to be over a metre long ?? (over 40 inches)

 

Really, really cool project mate......

 

Yep its’s going to be a big one.  I thinking I’ll build a coffee table “case” for it once complete.

 

8 hours ago, Fritag said:

The 3D printed stuff is obviously mine blowing.  But I also love the finishing.  The painting & weathering is top drawer.  Bravo.

 

Thanks, I’m glad you think so.  Other than decals, it’s just pant with a mix of black and burnt umber oil wash, 

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