How's My Driving? ...F-16, Tamiya, 1/32

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Hellcat

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Unread post16 Oct 2008, 18:28

Hello,

This jet only exist in the silver screen. It was featured in an Air Force recruiting
commercial in the winter/spring of 2000/2001. The 1-800 Hw's My Driving markings
were actually digitally inserted onto the vertical stab of this plane for the commercial.

Well, BUT here is my scalemodel in REAL :)

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Bye for now, Vasilij "Tarner" Ratej

...sorry, but my English is really far from perfect...
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Unread post16 Oct 2008, 18:30

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Bye for now, Vasilij "Tarner" Ratej

...sorry, but my English is really far from perfect...
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Unread post16 Oct 2008, 18:31

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Bye for now, Vasilij "Tarner" Ratej

...sorry, but my English is really far from perfect...
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Unread post16 Oct 2008, 18:33

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Bye for now, Vasilij "Tarner" Ratej

...sorry, but my English is really far from perfect...
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Unread post16 Oct 2008, 18:34

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Bye for now, Vasilij "Tarner" Ratej

...sorry, but my English is really far from perfect...
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Unread post16 Oct 2008, 18:35

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Bye for now, Vasilij "Tarner" Ratej

...sorry, but my English is really far from perfect...
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Unread post16 Oct 2008, 19:12

Wow...I'm, like, speechless.

I did notice the Edwards Tail flash though...have flown Vipers there, nice touch!
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Unread post16 Oct 2008, 21:18

I love the look of the exhaust and the clearness of the canopy. Very well detailed.
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Unread post16 Oct 2008, 23:31

I called that number.

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Unread post19 Oct 2008, 09:18

Thank's! :)


@ OL

you called that number. and what they are said? :)
Bye for now, Vasilij "Tarner" Ratej

...sorry, but my English is really far from perfect...
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Unread post19 Oct 2008, 15:26

Hellcat what tail number did you put on that jet?
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Unread post19 Oct 2008, 17:44

@ Hellcat:

It's the USAF Career Opportunities Hotline. Recruiting.

They wouldn't take me (back).

Great job on the Viper.


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regards, OL
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Unread post23 Oct 2008, 17:51

wow, how ever your grass on the flightline is a NO NO... perhaps at a GUARD base. But i know an active duty base would NEVER EVER allow that.. also you wouldnt be doing and engine change on a aircraft loaded with munitions. that model rocks however. great job.
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Unread post23 Oct 2008, 20:07

That photo setup is outstanding! Not to mention the rest of the build! Neat what-if scheme.
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Unread post07 Nov 2009, 19:04

WOW! Beautiful....good tips on how to make a good setting for photos!
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