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Parabat

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    WWII German fighters, USN 80's - present day fighters, SAAF fast jets.

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  1. Unless you love a challenge and have the time to make adjustments or corrections, then no, it just isn't worth the hassle.
  2. All I can say is wow, what great dedication and innovation, very impressive work.
  3. Oh that's a shame, sorry to hear that, I thought it looked pretty damn awesome.
  4. Parabat

    BONE

    Well, canopy drama aside, that is a very impressive model of the B-1. The finish looks super smooth and is seriously good.
  5. So... how did it get on at the show ?
  6. Some impressive shots, especially the 'golden hour' ones. Lovely to see these and interesting to find out what had happened to the two seaters.
  7. Really good looking model now, excellent posts to show how you have achieved this.
  8. You're not wrong, that is a frustrating issue.
  9. Wow that does look like the level of detail you'd expect in a modern 1/32 kit. Very nice.
  10. Some interesting detail on these F-94C's in this book here (from page 52)
  11. I stand corrected! Great info there, great pic as well.
  12. The old Squadron Walkaround is pretty good, but does not cover modern B and D very well due to the time it was published. I don't think you can beat the DACO book tbh.
  13. Here you go brother, greatest F-16 reference portal in the world! (Yes, 'beercan' RWR relocated to wings on block 30/32 Vipers). http://www.f-16.net/f-16_versions_article6.html
  14. Ah, right. I just typed in 'cat zero gravity' into an image search!
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