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About AndrewPerren

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    "Too close for missiles, switching to guns"
  • Birthday 10/03/1969

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    Melbourne, Australia
  • Interests
    Jets and Helicopters. Primarily from the Australian Defence Force.

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  1. Nice display. Sets the scene for your great build.
  2. The lens is just my kit lens that came with my Nikon. 18-140mm. I think I shot at F11 ? Each pic is a two shot focus stack composite blended in photoshop to get the sharpness front to back. Thanks guys for the great comments.
  3. Lovely work. Glad to hear it didn't give too much trouble. Have the kit to do at some point once I get the courage to tackle a vacform canopy.
  4. Crikey! I’ll bet that thing flew like a dumptruck. Nice job.
  5. No nothing special. Just kept them protected and buffed with a soft cloth. Yes Tarps pod. Loadout as per the kit instructions.
  6. Thanks all for the kind words. Rodney I was stressing about that area, after my final flat coat I used the AK weathering pencils. I inserted the wing into the socket, held the pencil in place and moved the wing to mark the arcs. Do this in a few places - remove the wing again and use the marked arcs as a guide for weathering sets ( or your chosen method) blended with q tips. Hope that helps
  7. Hi All This is my latest completion. 1/48 Tamiya F-14D Tomcat as "Bullet 103" from VF-2 in OIF 2003. What hasn't already been said about this kit isn't worth saying. A real joy to build. The model is mostly box stock but I did add the following: Master Models turned brass nose probe Wheeliant resin wheels Fightertown Decals 48086 Tomcats at war Pt 3. Fightertown Decals 48087 Tomcat data and weapons decals. The model is painted in MRP Lacquers FS36375 / FS36320 / FS 35237 - USN TPS scheme, and weathered with Tamiya panel line wash, Tamiya weathering sets and AK weatheri
  8. Great build and photos. What did you use for the clear green on the centre windscreen ?
  9. Fantastic work - well done on the finishing touches.
  10. Lucky Model has them on pre-order for $35 USD + shipping. I probably need one.
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