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Finished this MiG-25 Interceptor today after about three months.

 

Built oob except Eduard photo etched seat belts. I airbrushed (0.2 and 0.4 mm) it with Vallejo and MiG acrylics and weathered etc. with oil colors.

 

I enjoyed building a lot, even if there were some small problems re a few subassemblies which did not fit as they should. So I also needed some putty. Overall this is a nice kit which is not as tricky to put together as one might think.

 

Thanks a lot for looking!

 

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Very nice, lovely subtle weathering,and a real mean machine.

 

Cheers

Matt.

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Wow. Superbly done and beautifully weathered - not shaded to death!

 

The Foxbat is one of the 10 ten most beautiful aircraft ever. Fact. And the two seater is one of the ugliest!

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She looks very real!  You've done a splendid job portraying the brutal essence of the machine.   Great model airplane sir!

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love those great big engines. very nice job.

 

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Great job - it has an aggressive and realistic look!

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How did I miss seeing this????  That`s a lovely Foxbat.  Kudos on the excellent results!!!!! 

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Great! Looks realistic! Superb! :yes:

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Beautiful. I fell in love with this aircraft after reading Victor Belenko's "Mig Pilot" back in the '80s

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