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This was my last compilation finished a couple of months ago.
It's the Hasegawa VF-213 Blacks Lions kit transformed into an F-14 Bravo.

I use a Black Box cockpit, Pitot and AOA probe from Hobby Decal, Wheelliant resin wheels, Fightertown VF-103 Jolly Rogers Cruise 2000-2001 and Fightertown data stencils, two AIM-7 and one AIM-9 from the Tamiya kit and one Lantirn and two GBU-12 from Hasegawa's weapon set D.

 

29874304708_ce2fbd359d_b.jpgDSCF1698 by Federico Rocha, en Flickr

 

43745410521_4ef0658fc1_b.jpgDSCF1704 by Federico Rocha, en Flickr

 

43745410761_3d7dfc0621_b.jpgDSCF1722 by Federico Rocha, en Flickr

 

29874305148_2cb0321ec9_b.jpgDSCF1718 by Federico Rocha, en Flickr

 

43697150722_10e8fd8435_b.jpgDSCF1730 by Federico Rocha, en Flickr

 

43697151322_7354559eac_b.jpgDSCF1740 by Federico Rocha, en Flickr

 

42840807885_937ea447f6_b.jpgDSCF1762 by Federico Rocha, en Flickr

 

42840808925_0ace1da1b8_b.jpgIMG_20180506_001557 by Federico Rocha, en Flickr

 

43745413271_7e3c0a6918_b.jpgIMG_20180506_002737 by Federico Rocha, en Flickr

 

Hope you like! 

 

Greetings 

 

 

Edited by Fefster

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Very nice, really love the TPS all along the fuselage.

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Great job overall, especially the TPS. It's a great representation as not all airplanes with that scheme are extremely weathered. Would you mind sharing your painting technique?

 

 

-Elmo

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Splendid job, really like the finish.

 

Steve

"TOMCATS FOREVER, BABY...!"

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Excellent step by step! I learned quite a bit. I especially like your method for painting the wing seal marks that come from the wings moving in forward and back by using a compass. And your method of making the black and yellow handle rings on the ejection seats is brilliant. Thanks. Great build!

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Awesome finish!
I really enjoyed and learnt a lot from following the progress pictures.
Thanks for sharing!

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Turned out great.

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Nice!!!

 

Love the weathering!

 

Thanks for sharing you in-progress photos. Learnt a lot from your weathering method.

 

Best regards,

 

Tato

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Very nice painting and weathering!

 

Rodney

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