SSSSSingapore! F-16D

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Habu

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Unread post10 Aug 2007, 07:39

Working on this puppy now. It'll be a Luke-based bird, with a captive loadout. The resin spine is from a Hase VISTA kit, the rest is RoG, with a tail pilfered from a CJ kit. The HUD repeater and GPS lump is simple plastic card:

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Azgaron

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Unread post10 Aug 2007, 11:08

Looks very good so far!

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Unread post11 Aug 2007, 02:17

Hi,
Its coming along great. Please make sure you post the final completed version because I would love to see it.Keep working on it.
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Unread post11 Aug 2007, 07:28

Oh the finished product will be posted, trust me. ;)
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Unread post13 Aug 2007, 22:21

So work is stalled for the moment, since my compressor is dead, I can't paint anything :(
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Unread post15 Aug 2007, 17:34

the pics dont load for me :(
but if they're the same as the real birds that flew with us in Cannon they're beautiful
If it aint broke dont fix it, and yes Sir its supposed to leak like that ;)
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Unread post15 Aug 2007, 17:48

They're pretty much the same as the Cannon birds, just with LF tailcodes.
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Unread post13 Sep 2013, 12:48

Nice work. That really shows the amount of time you will spend making the model I would recommend this to anybody. That is closer to the real thing than any of the other models in the market. The pieces are formed and fit with an amazing amount of precision and this turned out to be a beautiful model.

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