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F-104C, Hasegawa 1/48


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Good day, fellas!
The well-known Hasegawa kit, OOB, a complete set of photo etching from Eduard and ResKit chassis wheels.
Painted and weathered using Ammo.
I hope you will appreciate it!
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Excellent work! The dirt/grime on the underside is very realistic - Really good job here!

 

How is the Hasegawa kit? Does it go together well?

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3 hours ago, theaa2000 said:

Excellent work! The dirt/grime on the underside is very realistic - Really good job here!

 

How is the Hasegawa kit? Does it go together well?

Thank you! The kit is great, literally! There is only one problem and it is the ejection pin marks, they are everywhere 

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2 hours ago, Andy Dyck said:

It turns out more than realistic. Very good job. Did you use black primer, if I may ask? 
 

Cheers

 

Andy 

Thanks Andy! No black primer or pre-shading, just good ol' post-shading)

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14 hours ago, Gary Brantley said:

That is a marvelous scale model sir!  :clap2: Very nice work with a very realistic result.   Congratulations on a real winner! 🏆

Thank you!

7 hours ago, Ingo Ritz said:

Fantastic!

Thanks a lot!

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Great looking Starfighter:like:. The Vietnam scheme applied with very little adornment highlights your skills in painting and weathering beautifully. I like the asymmetric wear on the tip tanks as well, very realistic.

Pete

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Very nice! I’m bound by Kelly by-laws to praise any build of a ‘104 but yours deserves praise regardless. I would question the dropped flaps, though. Starfighters rarely sat with flaps in this configuration. 
 

Martin

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On 9/1/2021 at 9:37 PM, Pete in a shed said:

Great looking Starfighter:like:. The Vietnam scheme applied with very little adornment highlights your skills in painting and weathering beautifully. I like the asymmetric wear on the tip tanks as well, very realistic.

Pete

Thank you very much, Pete!

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On 9/2/2021 at 9:34 AM, VolkerR. said:

Stunning build. Did you use kit decals or are they AM?

Thanks! I forgot to mention that the decals are made by Victory productions! 

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On 9/2/2021 at 10:01 AM, Jasper dog said:

Tremendous looking 104, particularly like the staining, streaking and grime on the paint finish.

Great work

Darryl 

Darryl, thank you!

 

10 hours ago, RidgeRunner said:

Very nice! I’m bound by Kelly by-laws to praise any build of a ‘104 but yours deserves praise regardless. I would question the dropped flaps, though. Starfighters rarely sat with flaps in this configuration. 
 

Martin

Thanks! Well, I saw a few pics with this config, so I did it this way. I could be wrong!)

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1 hour ago, Utkonos22 said:

Darryl, thank you!

 

Thanks! Well, I saw a few pics with this config, so I did it this way. I could be wrong!)

No, maybe I am and your pics was just an occasion when they were dropped ;). Nice build anyway!

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On 9/4/2021 at 12:41 AM, exdraken said:

Very nice!

Would have loved some Vietnamstyle armament... ;)

 

Thank you! Yeah, next time I'd like to use it!

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Oh,  my, what a beautiful Zipper! Perfect paint and weathering, and I agree with the statement made regarding the erosion on the tanks-got the slightly cracked main fairing doors, too! My only criticism is the missing safety pins and ribbons on the bang seat! :clap2:

Mike

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