F-16B Belgian AF Airfi 1/72

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Habu

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Unread post08 Dec 2007, 00:40

what airbrush did you borrow? Looking good.
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Azgaron

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Unread post08 Dec 2007, 13:42

Thanks!

I borrowed an Evolution Silverline with adjustable pressure and trigger stop, and an silent (refrigerator) compressor. Expensive stuff, so I almost always a bit nervous that I'll break something :)
Nice airbrush, and I want one myself bad!
So far Humbrol has worked best, and I'm still having problems with acrylics clogging the nozzle or splatting.

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Unread post08 Dec 2007, 22:39

Good good, glad you didn't use an Aztek or something :-P
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Unread post09 Dec 2007, 09:55

Me too! :)
I've heard about it, and I know some like it, but I also heard about the problems with it, and after trying an Evo, I don't think I'd settle for less.

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Unread post14 Dec 2007, 08:47

Demasking time! :)

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And top side!

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It turned out better than I thought :)
Now I'll mask and paint the radome, and do some touch ups.

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JochemP

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Unread post04 Feb 2008, 01:20

Looking great Azgaron, Good work.
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Unread post09 Feb 2008, 23:44

Thanks Jochem!

Cheers,

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Unread post08 Nov 2013, 12:16

Nice Work Done.That rc jet model really shows the amount of time spent on making and turned this to be a beautiful model. That is closer to the real thing than any of the other models .
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