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Being a "McDonnell" myself, I have a different heart when it comes to McDonnell Douglas aircraft. I had started this with the Jolly Rogers Phantom and have just finished it. Some riveting with a riveter and PE cockpit sets are the extras. 

Thanks for looking and your comments.

John

 

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Looks awesome, great scheme and weathering too.

Great work.

All the best

Chris

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Stunning 

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Oh man... This is beautiful! It takes skill and patience to get these huge 1/32 scale models to look life-like; you have certainly managed to do that. Unfortunately I can press the "like" button only once.

 

Kind Regards,

Antti

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Awesome - great paintwork and finish!

 

Mike.:coolio:

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I can not imagine how big must be this beast.....but it looks amazing

Finish is...simply great.

Beautiful work

Best regards Djordje

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On 11/08/2019 at 11:43, Antti_K said:

Oh man... This is beautiful! It takes skill and patience to get these huge 1/32 scale models to look life-like; you have certainly managed to do that. Unfortunately I can press the "like" button only once.

 

Kind Regards,

Antti

Thanks so much. 32nd scale is sometimes hard to work with, especially on these modern jets. Handling a big model about 60cm in length proves to be troublesome from time time but I think the results are equally rewarding compared to smaller scales.

Kind Regards,

John 

Edited by JohnMcDonnell

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2 hours ago, djos said:

I can not imagine how big must be this beast.....but it looks amazing

Finish is...simply great.

Beautiful work

Best regards Djordje

Yes, it is really big but if you're an aviation enthusiast (like me, you and everybody here) no scale is big enough unless it is a 1/1 scale :)

Thank you so much for your nice comments.

Best regards,

John

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That really is a work of art!  And so nice to see a Japanese scheme too - they really do have some excellent colours and markings and your example is a superb illustration of this!  Well done!

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Looks absolutely gorgeous ! I wish I had the ability and patience to build such models...

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No words! Excellent result! :yes:

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I take a bow before your modelling skills, sir. Masterfully crafted F-15 with striking photography. Congratulations.

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Nice build! I swear on this site I'm gonna spend more on new kits than I really should when I see stuff like this lol.

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Don't do jets. At all. But F15s are just the most awesome looking aircraft (I've seen them blasting up and down the English Channel from time to time). And your model just encapsulates all that power, aggression and ruthless beauty. Oh and the fit and finish aren't bad either! Thanks for sharing.

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Looks great!

And in 32nd! Very rare ;)

A bit dark it  maybe... but that mayne to the photos :)

:party:

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