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arnobiz

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  1. arnobiz

    GWH F-15E vs Eduard boxing of Academy kit 1:48

    Are you sure? Source: US Air Force website That being said, 95% of the pictures show the pylon in place πŸ™‚
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    GWH F-15E vs Eduard boxing of Academy kit 1:48

    I have not built the Academy kit but the GWH F15I is very close to their F-15E and it is a superb kit, excellent fit and detail. As a matter of fact after I completed the F-15I I ordered their F-15C and F-15E πŸ™‚ Arnaud
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    F-15I - 1/48 GWH

    Thanks Gianni, this means a lot to me my friend πŸ™‚ Arnaud
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    F-15I - 1/48 GWH

    There you go, finally! Due to size limitations I can only include one side, easy enough to mirror though πŸ™‚ Please share your results πŸ˜‰ Arnaud F-15I eagle.studio3
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    F-15I - 1/48 GWH

    Thank you all for your kinds words! Actually I can attach files to posts, I'll do it as soon as I get back home so everyone can use it πŸ˜‰ Arnaud
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    F-15I - 1/48 GWH

    Thank you. No problem to share the Studio file, although I have no idea how to do it! Care to explain? Best Arnaud
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    F-15I - 1/48 GWH

    Thank you all, calling this one done! SImple base made from plasticard and pine wood. Two completed builds in a year, hum... Happy New Year! Arnaud
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    F-15I RaΒ΄am, GWH 1/48

    Hey Aigore, any progress on this one? πŸ™‚
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    F-15I - 1/48 GWH

    Thank you! A bit of progress , namely the antenna covers. First i made a master from plasticard, then used made cheap molds by pressing the masters into Plasticine and cast them in resin. The masters side walls do not need to be perfect as their shape is not captured when pressing the master πŸ™‚ Next are the exhaust nozzles and seats! Comments welcome, thanks for looking, Arnaud
  10. arnobiz

    F-15I - 1/48 GWH

    Thanks! Quite a bit of progress since my last post: She now has wheels and most weapons are done πŸ™‚ Surprisingly, the "B" decal sheet which contains most colour markings is significantly thinner than the "A" sheet dedicated to stencils. Nice surprise though as it would have been a nightmare to mare thick decals disappear on weapons πŸ™‚ I used AeroBonus RBF tags, very nice and easy to use. Comments welcome, thanks for looking, Arnaud
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    F-15I RaΒ΄am, GWH 1/48

    I would definitely go for the Isradecal sheet if I built this kit again, the OOB decals are well printed but very thick, I spent a fair amount of time to varnish/sand them down Arnaud
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    F-15I - 1/48 GWH

    Thank you for your kind words. No specific problem (unlike the aft engine fairings of GWH's Mig-29 kit), just pay attention when assembling the front intakes to make sure everything lines up properly. Other than this, a fantastic kit which I will build again (in F-15C version) when I get the chance πŸ™‚ Arnaud
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    F-15I - 1/48 GWH

    Hello friends, I finally get to post some progress, after spending a couple of week ends on the stencils... As reported by Doog in his Su-35 build, GWH decals are pretty thick but get on fine. I'm glad I painted all large markings though (including the tail and nose numbers). Comments welcome, Arnaud
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    The next project

    Fantastic work as usual Gianni, thanks fro sharing your techniques, it's a great inspiration Arnaud
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