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FAR148

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About FAR148

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  • Birthday 02/22/1976

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  1. That kit is amazing and your builds are wonderful. Very cool, Steven
  2. This project was a combination of two inspiration sources. The first is this paint scheme made by “Panther G” and this image of an IAF F-15D carrying an Air-launched Ballistic Missile To see more, look here... https://www.far148studio.com/portfolio-2/usafmudhen Stay safe and keep busy, Steven
  3. This one is from working on my current project, mask more than you think is needed. Sucks having to go back and fix over spray. Stay safe and keep busy, Steven
  4. Thanks SERNAK Mobile devices do have some major limits but they do come in handy. I frequently use mine for in progress pictures. But when it comes to final images, I turn to my DLSR and my point and shoot camera. Stay safe, keep busy and thanks again, Steven
  5. I'm I the only one who is curious about how this kit is parted out? I spot very few seams. It appears Tamiya is working its magic. Thanks Tamiya for bringing yet another superior kit to the market. Steven
  6. Kaibutsu, RichardL and crackerjazz Your welcome guys Great suggestion Habu2. I didn’t add Mirrorless DSLR due to my limited experience to them. But the process of photographing scale models with them shouldn’t be any different from using a DSLR. Stay safe, keep busy and thanks again, Steven
  7. This has been a project I’ve been wanting to do for some time now. This is for those who struggle with photographing their models and want to get better results. This is a tutorial of a process that I’ve used for years and hopefully it can help others. https://anadventureinawesome.com/2021/01/24/photographing-scale-models/ Stay safe and keep busy! Steven
  8. This has been a project I’ve been wanting to do for some time now. This is for those who struggle with photographing their models and want to get better results. This is a tutorial of a process that I’ve used for years and hopefully it can help others. https://anadventureinawesome.com/2021/01/24/photographing-scale-models/ Stay safe and keep busy! Steven
  9. To see more images and a list of things I did to her, look here https://www.far148studio.com/portfolio-2/republic-of-china-air-force-forwardswept-wing-idf-fck1c Stay safe and keep busy, Steven
  10. Bunch of great stuff guys. Thanks for sharing Stay safe and keep busy, Steven
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