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Hello everyone, to my first topic in this section.
I decided to show my first workshop here. I'm currently building the F-14. I was hoping that this model would be perfect and I would make it without any modifications. Unfortunately, it has some flaws on the surface so I have to add a few scratches.

I bought a gun barrel set from Master and resin seats for the model.

 

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Up to this point, I had made a hatch with electronics, a gun hatch and a gun.

 

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Vulcan

 

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First job on Vulcan`s hatch.

 

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Ready gun chamber.

 

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With Vulcan.

 

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It will be a slow workshop.

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Wow, super nice tiny and tidy detailing. Where can I find bionic eyes like yours? (if available, a pair of steadier replacement hands would also be useful).

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Impressive detail work: I had to reread the title of the subject to verify that it was 1/72 and not a 1/48 or 1/32 scale.

 

I would like to achieve such detailing scratch so precisely 

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Thanks guys.

 

Today it is time to show the next work on the model.
First, the ammunition bay.

 

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Crew ladder hatch and ladder.

 

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Refueling point.

 

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And another bay.

 

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1 hour ago, billn53 said:

I’m very impressed with your detail work, it sets the bar high!

I fully agree:

it is a real pleasure to see yours improvements

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3 hours ago, billn53 said:

I’m very impressed with your detail work, it sets the bar high!

 

1 hour ago, Zorglub said:

I fully agree:

it is a real pleasure to see yours improvements

Thanks, doing such conversions is great fun for me.

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Wow, I am almost speechless.  I have never seen such high quality super detailing like this on a kit before, especially in 72 scale.  Blown away by what you have done so far, superb work buddy.  Really looking forward to seeing this develop.

 

Phil 

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Hellow,

I did some details and equipment for the bay.

 

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I started making the landing gear bay. What I have done will be corrected because I made the bay ceiling flat and it is not.

 

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It's time for another update.
Thank you to everyone for the positive reaction to what I'm showing.
The front landing gear bay is now ready. In the photos I will show the stages of its implementation.

 

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To be continued 😃🤪

 

 

 

 

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What you manage to do is absolutely ... out of the ordinary and really fantastic.

Great art.

Doing this at 1/72 is a real feat. 

 

Thanks for this sharing

 

 

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On 2/28/2021 at 11:41 AM, Robert said:

Amazing work you have created there.

 

Regards

Robert

 

On 3/9/2021 at 11:40 AM, Zorglub said:

What you manage to do is absolutely ... out of the ordinary and really fantastic.

Great art.

Doing this at 1/72 is a real feat. 

 

Thanks for this sharing

 

 

Thanks a lot guys.

 

I have assembled the upper part of the landing gear. I drilled a hole in the lamp and added new glazing. I added the necessary cables to the landing gear.

 

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I opened another bay in front of the fuselage. Then I made all the elements that are there.

 

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After painting, it's time to assemble.

 

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I was directed to this thread by a friend. I'd considered that what I set out to achieve in this scale was good enough detail wise, but this is amazing... total finescale. The cleanliness of the work is also amazing. May I ask what materials in terms of wire and glues you're using?

I don't think my eyes are up to the necessary standard for this, but I have three GWH kits in the queue and ones next after I finish the current academy kit build, so I'll continue to follow this as an ultimate detailing guide.

I can't wait to see what you do with the main gear wells.

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18 hours ago, Gidge said:

That's insane! Keep up the good work

 

18 hours ago, The Spadgent said:

Just wow! 🙀😱👌

 

+1

Simply great.

 

Thank you to show us it's possible. 

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9 hours ago, Jon020 said:

but this is amazing... total finescale. The cleanliness of the work is also amazing.

Thanks

 

9 hours ago, Jon020 said:

May I ask what materials in terms of wire and glues you're using?

I use two types of wire. The first is lead wire from the fishing store, diameter starts from 0.2mm. The second type comes from electronic scrap, these are copper wires. The thinnest (0.05 mm) can be found in the cables of cheap headphones.
I use Tamiya Extra Thin Cement Quick Setting and cheap cyanoacrylate glue.

If you want you can visit this place. I often show the construction of elements step by step.

 

20 hours ago, Gidge said:

That's insane! Keep up the good work

 

20 hours ago, The Spadgent said:

Just wow! 🙀😱👌

 

 

1 hour ago, Zorglub said:

Simply great.

 

Thank you to show us it's possible. 

Thanks.

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Time for the crew cabin, I start in the back. The instrument panels in the model are perfectly made, only a little bit of cables, air conditioning pipes and other elements are missing. Some elements seemed too massive to me, so I made new ones. While making a cabin, I had to work on the frame of the cabin cover at the same time.
This is the result of the work so far.

 

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Unfortunately, the instrument panel is 2 mm too narrow. I'll have to do it myself along with the sun cover. I will use some elements of the instrument panel.

 

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