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S K Loh

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  1. Hi Jack. The display base is a off-the-shelf display box from a Japanese merchandise store Daiso in Singapore. They have expanded and have located in US and Canada (more in the States). I then searched for whatever pics and info on the aircraft I am building and have them printed on decal paper. Then comes the laborious part. I had to apply several coats of Future to give a pretty smooth finish. Light sanding down may be required in between. Then finally finish off with a polish. For the post, I simply use a plastic S hook, cut it to length drill and insert guide pins using 2x5mm wires and glu
  2. Thank you. Yes indeed it is quite a lot of effort but the satisfaction comes with the completion of the build for me. Cheers
  3. I did a modification of an Academy F-4E Phantom kit into a RAF F-4M Phantom FGR2 with 92 SQN markings some years back. I thought it would be nice to complete my British F-4 Phantoms builds in having a Royal Navy Phantom. I used the 1/144 Academy F-4F kit from my LHS to base my build on. The many hours of surgery on the kit with scratch-built parts added along with the filling and sanding down finally paid off. Quite happy with the finished built. A fairly decent looking F-4K Phantom FG1 XV890 001/R operated by 892NAS. Enjoy the photos. S K Loh
  4. A nicely done Vietnam War-era F-4C Phantom.
  5. Hi Thadeus, Thank you and a Happy New Year to you and your family. Best regards.
  6. X'mas is round the corner as 2022 draws to a close. 2022 is also the Year of the Tiger in the Chinese Zodiac. Well, I thought it would be nice to round up the year with a Tiger-theme build. I did my search and chanced upon an HAF F-16C Block 52M from 335 SQN "Tiger" S/n 005. 335 SQN is the oldest squadron in the Hellenic Air Force and had inducted the last batch of F-16C 52M under the Project Peace Xenia IV signed in April 2002. The Vipers were originally designated as F-16C Block 52+ Advanced. I used the 1/144 Academy F-16A kit as the base model to modify as this is the only avai
  7. Hi flagon21, Thank you for liking it. best regards
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