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F-4C Phantom II Tamiya 1:32


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F-4C Phantom II Tamiya 1:32
There is no point in writing about the model because it is a model that has been available on the market for many years.
However, for the model I also used elements for the interior of the Eduard cockpit and resin nozzles.
I made the masks for the side numbers on my own.

 

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That's a hell of a paint job! How did you do the window seals? Is that paint or decals? Just asking as I always have trouble trying to do it so I often don't but it adds an extra detail that looks great in my honest opinion.  That's a model to be proud of its exceptional. One of my favourite planes and that's a stunning example.

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1 minute ago, Deano353 said:

That's a hell of a paint job! How did you do the window seals? Is that paint or decals? Just asking as I always have trouble trying to do it so I often don't but it adds an extra detail that looks great in my honest opinion.  That's a model to be proud of its exceptional. One of my favourite planes and that's a stunning example.

I always make widows seal by painting them.
I mask them with tape before applying the base colors.

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