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    MarioS reacted to Sammy in F-16C, Blk.32, 86-0280, Tamyia   
    Thank you for your interest
     
    Dieter
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    MarioS reacted to Sammy in F-16C, Blk.32, 86-0280, Tamyia   
    Hi guys,
     
    i am new here.
    My real name is Dieter and I live in Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Germany.
    I only build in 32 and wonder why I have not registered here earlier.
    A few of you will have seen my models already in other forums - this can not be avoided. 
    Here are some Pictures of my Viper in "Arctic-Scheme".
     
    F-16C, Blk.32, 64th AGRS SQN, Nellis AFB, 2012.
     
    Kit: Tamiya "Thunderbirds", 1:32 with Afterburner Decals
     
    Additional Parts:                 A.M.U.R.Reaver -  Chaff/Flare Dispensers
                                              Aires -  AN/ALQ-188 Pod (with scratch-pieces)
                                              AMS Resin -  ACMI Pod
                                              Cross Delta -  Stiffener Plates
                                              Master -  Pitot Tube, AoA-Probes
                                              Eduard -  Ladder
                                              Some selfmade Decals and Gunze colours
     
    Edit: Pictures uploaded again.
     
     

     

     

     

     

     
    The wheelbays are detailled by myself
     

     

     
     
     

     

     

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    MarioS got a reaction from MARU5137 in F-15E --- 1/32 --- Tamiya   
    Hi Milan,
     
    Very good model building, looks perfect. The latest video you just put up of the closing panels in the nose section; that was awesome watching it. The panels fit perfect and including the nose section, it was a perfect fit as well.
     
    Keep it up Thanks,
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    MarioS reacted to F`s are my favs in F-15E --- 1/32 --- Tamiya   
    There it is - the nose section - glued and painted. It became like a Christmas tree that needs decoration.
     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     
    This is with nightlight again... And about the closing of the doors - i made a video. The clicks are awesome i think. 
     

     
     
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    MarioS reacted to F`s are my favs in F-15E --- 1/32 --- Tamiya   
    Only the buckles are improvised pieces of PE, otherwise the seatbelts are just paper tape, a couple of layers, textured and painted. Then only CA (superglue) for gluing them on the figure, which indeed is gluing paper tape to paper tape, which is very easy and moreover - it is self adhesive paper tape from the one side. The seatbelts are ready and just about everything for the WSO figure, and it`s again nighttime here and i just took a couple of "bad" photos... They are gut for an overview tho. During the numerous testfits, before the major gluing:
     

     

     
    And a few more with only one small light pointing at them. Looking at these pics now and wow - the cockpit looks alive. This is the first time when i see something similar in this scale... 
     

     

     

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    MarioS got a reaction from MARU5137 in Kawanishi N1K1 Kyofu Type 11 Rex   
    Hi Mark,
     
    You have some pretty nice construction work going on there, I definitely would like to follow this as I'm going to learn something Here by watching U   
     
    Thanks,
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    MarioS got a reaction from MARU5137 in F-15E --- 1/32 --- Tamiya   
    Hi F's
     
    Great work you're doing there and it just goes to show what can be achieved; so thank you for opening up my mind, I've learnt a lot of new techniques just by looking at what you've been doing throughout this build.
     
     
    Not sure if this has already been posted here on LSP but if not I would also like to share with you guys this link that I came across the other day I know it's a bit late as you were commenting about the MTU on page 6. Well this video clip is of an F/A-18F with a different perspective view, great video to watch plus you can see the MTU in the background on the right and also a great image of the helmet
     

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    MarioS got a reaction from F`s are my favs in F-15E --- 1/32 --- Tamiya   
    That's good to hear Milan
     
    So I'm going to look forward to that F/A-18F Super Hornet in 1/32 scale model build that you're going to do one day (I hope)   as your friend Eagle Driver said.
    I have 3 of them all in the boxes, Trumpeter F/A-18E & F and an Academy  F/A-18A all in 32. I've been collecting all the aftermarket parts throughout the last few years.
     
    Like you I'm very fussy so if I don't have the time to do it I'll just leave them in there box.
     
    Love to see what you can do with an F-18 hopefully by the time you finish yours I'll be able to get a chance to grab one of mine and start on it…
     
    Thanks,
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    MarioS got a reaction from F`s are my favs in F-15E --- 1/32 --- Tamiya   
    Hi F's
     
    Great work you're doing there and it just goes to show what can be achieved; so thank you for opening up my mind, I've learnt a lot of new techniques just by looking at what you've been doing throughout this build.
     
     
    Not sure if this has already been posted here on LSP but if not I would also like to share with you guys this link that I came across the other day I know it's a bit late as you were commenting about the MTU on page 6. Well this video clip is of an F/A-18F with a different perspective view, great video to watch plus you can see the MTU in the background on the right and also a great image of the helmet
     

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