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  1. Hi! I found some images of decals, which were included in a 1/144 kit (i think by Revell). That gave me the idea of the general shape. I made some drawings and used masking tape to evaluate the size until I was satisfied. I then printed the black parts on transparent decal film. I can send you a PDF file of the drawing. Cheers, Markus
  2. I used Gunze H327 for my build on Miss Molly, and I found it matched quite well. The tips of the vertical tails are painted: Cheers, Markus
  3. Wow, time flies. It's been a long time since the last update. Anyhow, I wasn't idle during lockdown. After painting and fading the TPS, I painted the skunk stripe. I didn't weather it very much, since on the reference pictures, the bird is relatively clean. Further detail painting and a gloss coat: And so the decaling bagan. The Afterburner decals went on really smooth. Sadly, the stripes for the black/red tank were not inlcuded on the decal sheet, so I had to make my own: Applied to the red tank: And after a gloss coat, I painted the rest black: Cheers, Markus
  4. Also, the tip of the tail is not correct for a MLU or A version, but this can be corrected with alittle bit of sanding. However, the part for the spine fits perfectly to the Tamiya kit. Cheers, Markus
  5. Fantastic build and fantsatic photography. cheers, Markus
  6. Looks great! Markus
  7. Painting continues. Here, the underside is already painted with MRP Light Ghost Grey, upper surfaces with MRP Dark Ghost Grey First stages of a light weathering: On pictures, the original aircraft has barely any signs of waethering. The bottom has yet to receive some more weathering. The tails are peinted and decaled. Som light touch ups are necessary. Cheers, Markus
  8. Hi Folks, I finally found time to continue this build. I applied a base coat and did the preshading: I also started with the ordnance: The items are not yet flat coated. All are from a Tamiya F-16 kit. Cheers, Markus
  9. I continued with the assembly of the fuselage. I decided not to follow the instructions and first glued top and bottom halves together before joining forward and main fuselage. I also attached the wings to the upper fuselage first to get a nice transition between fuselage and wing top surface. After attaching the forwar fuselage, filling and sanding started. And the fuselage is ready: Cockpit parts added: On the bottom, I accidentially removed the location bar from the right wing outboard pylon, so I had to drill registration holes. With the leading edge flaps, flap hinges and canopy installed, the Super Hornet is ready for some paint: Cheers, Markus
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