Fefster

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  • Birthday 12/08/1979

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  1. Super Nice Job!!! Congrats!!
  2. Great Work!! Nice paint Job!!
  3. Thanks for your comments. Regards
  4. Thanks Brian!!
  5. Hi Guys, I have a question. I can see in many photos of Low Viz Scheme Birds on all the AIM-54 fairing and the weapons rails do not match in the color of the scheme (FS-36375.) But what color are they? Maybe FS 16440. I leave a photo of what I say. Http://www.anft.net/f-14/f14-detail-rail-aim54-01.htm https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/7/7f/F-14D_Tomcat_VF-213_with_LANTIRN.jpg Sometimes the weapon rail is darkest An in other times the plane is 36375 in lower surfaces but the AIM-54 fairing is in other color and the weapons rail are other different color. Three different colors. Look the left rail and the left Phoenix fairing in the picture above. Many thanks for the help!!
  6. Well done!! I cheat me as if they were aftermarket labels
  7. Thanks picknpluck I think the stencils are only for the early versions.
  8. I forgot to ask. What decals did you use for the missiles? Looks superb!!! Thank you
  9. Beautiful scheme!!! More pics please!!!
  10. I agree, Darren. Now Tamiya is the boss waiting for the AMK kit. Can I ask how your progress on the Pre-production Cat is going
  11. Yes! It was a difficult area to glue and sand, I put a plasticard strip internally to give it more hardness, better support the rudders and easily stretch the GE F-110 engine fairings that Hasegawa makes too short.
  12. Do not worry Crackerjazz. The Hasegawa Tomcat is a hard kit. I'm in the same business. Do not lose motivation. Go ahead your job is great!!
  13. I like the paint in this exhaust!!!
  14. Wow what an excellent WIP with this Phantom!!! I'm going to use it to see some ideas for my Kurnass who is waiting in the stash
  15. ThankĀ“s Janissary Your example is another very good tip. Previously I had done it in a similar way but using plastic putty (automotive) But I did not work for me. He had also pushed molten plastic but on a plastic template and did not fit well. I think I needed a metal template.