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Sunrise79

1/72 Academy F/A-18A Hornet

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Hello guys! This is one of my abandoned, but resurrected project, repainted and with new decals.

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Nice my friend!

I noted a little silvering on the tail markings...what decals you used?

Cheers,

Gianni

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I love the weathering you did on this one. :thumbsup: :thumbsup:

You should send it in and get it added to the ARC Gallery section.

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Nice my friend!

I noted a little silvering on the tail markings...what decals you used?

Cheers,

Gianni

Thank you guys!

Yes, the decals silvering a little bit... :( HiDecal (RAAF markings) - Academy (stencils). Academy's plastic is a little bit rough, probably i should more to sand the surface.

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Very nice work and great to see the cobra mouth Hornet done so well. Only a small note about the RAAF roundels under the wing, the kangaroo always faces forward with the legs towards the centre of the aircraft. Easy error to make and at least it is not obvious when the model is on display.

But otherwise exceptional work there and I love the weathering as well.

Jason

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