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  1. I recently finished a long build of Su-25 (long as in the meantime model landed in the box couple of times) and was wondering what next. I took me couple of days to decide and take out model which I got very long time ago. It was my second purchase of 1:32 birds, I gave around 50 bucks for it, so it was rather a bargain. So here it is my F-16C/CJ Block 50 from Tamiya. Apart from model itself, I'm planning to use: - Aires Cockpit Set - Aires Wheel Bay - Aires Exhaust nozzles - Wheelliant Wheels - M61 gun from Master - CMK intake (not sure about this one) - Eduard Can
  2. I don’t normally start kits while I have others on the go, but my revell Mustang has an enamel gloss black base coat curing, slowly. I need to fill the few days void. In a couple of other threads, I reference my awesome wife who lets me spend money on models if we have a bit spare. We were flicking through some pictures of “pretty” (her term) F-16’s. Not being able to tie it down to a single favourite, she took the unprecedented step of buying these... The first, as you can see will be adorned in the truly spectacular ‘Zeus’ scheme from the HAF
  3. I was searching my files for some pictures and came across this one: It's a 1:48 Hasegawa kit dating back to, I believe, 1981 or 82. Back then my favourite model magazine had a yearly photo contest and my picture of that F-16 won first prize. Note, that I hadn't even heard about weathering. That model is squeaky clean. Also note: no Photoshop involved The boom was scratch built. Cheers Rainer
  4. Hello again all, its been a few months since I have posted any of my builds. I finished my f-16 on 6/12/16. This is everything I have into this build. First of all this is the 1/32 Tamiya f-16 block 50 kit converted into a f-16 block 42 for the Ohio Air National Guard out of Toledo, Ohio. I added a few extras to the build. The extras that were used were the eduard interior, eduard canopy mask. Cross Delta scab plates, master model aoa probe. Also added was the academy f-16 sniper pod, and a piece of vinyl was cut out and added to the tail base for the blos modification for modern f-16's by Har
  5. Bumped onto this in YouTube: https://youtu.be/HZ6mr8wAW5E This guy did a great job with DN Models' masks. Glad to have videos like that viral. Shows how things can be done the easy way.
  6. Helo modelmakers, This is my recently finished Tamiya F-16CJ. The kit was a joy to build, as always with Tamiya. No big issues. The only issue is the damn decals, i did not want to use aftermarket decals, so i used that was included with the kit. They are too damn thick! Painting was done with Tamiya, Gunze, MRP, Alcalad II and Extreme metal AK. Weathering was done with oils, AK and AMMO stuff. AM CMK/Czech Master Kits (only front wheel bay) Master (Static dischargers) Zactomodels (AIM 9L) Here are the pictures, hope you enjoy
  7. I've always loved the looks of the F-16, even more so when it wears Israel's colors and markings. When the opportunity arose to trade for a 1/32 Tamiya F-16CJ with Isradecals, additional resin, and Isracast conversion parts, I took it (A big THANK YOU to Petrov27 here on LSP). When the very large box arrived last week, I began to explore my options. (That's actually his picture) My first inclination was to build it as a Barak (Hebrew for Lightning) of 101 Squadron (First Fighter Squadron) with its distinctive large winged skull emblem. But after looking over the decals and
  8. In the last couple of months, I haven't been doing a lot of modelling... That's because I've been helping with a cool book project. Well, it's actually a series of books for aircraft modellers and enthusiasts. I hope it's okay that I post some info on it here. This project is to make aircraft reference books that are packed with a mix of great action photos and detail photos - and trying to do this for a reasonable price - 3 to 4 times per year. Next Wednesday, the first two will be coming from the printers and the next 3 books are well on their way. The first two are on the Jaguar a
  9. edit: NOW SHIPPING!!! Great news for those unlucky souls who missed out on Pete 'Pig' Fleischmann's The Scale Viper!! There will be a 2nd print run due to return from the printers in November, along with The Modern SLUF Guide!! This is a very limited print run, so don't miss out a 2nd time. Preorders are now being accepted on the Reid Air Publications webstore and shipping will begin immediately upon return next month. http://www.reidairpublishing.com/product-p/rap007.htm
  10. How about some 1/32 Viper decals for your Tamiya F-16? This sheet is sized for the Tamiya 1/32 Viper. All jets are Block 40, 42, 50, or 52, so the Tamiya CJ kit is going to be the basis. Obviously, some options on this sheet will require some swapping with the Thunderbirds kit to get the correct engine/intake combo or get one of the aftermarket offerings available. Options include 1) Block 52 92-3911, 169th Fighter Wing, SCANG, 50th Anniversary Wild Weasels, August 2015 2) Block 52 93-0545, 169th Fighter Wing, SCANG, 5th Gen Have Glass paint, April 2015 3) Block 50 98-0005, 85th Test & E
  11. Hi guys 'n' gals, Whilst searching for an image to illustrate an observation on Peter's Viper build I stumbled across these jazzy Polish birds. Some interesting cammo on the FAST packs of this one http://www.airliners.net/photo/Poland---Air/Lockheed-Martin-F-16CJ/2647663/L/&sid=37711b4f1f5c7f0b43a15a9137c8786f http://www.airliners.net/photo/Poland---Air/Lockheed-Martin-F-16CJ/2648738/L/&sid=37711b4f1f5c7f0b43a15a9137c8786f they match the tail..... http://www.airliners.net/photo/Poland---Air/Lockheed-Martin-F-16DJ/2490860/L/&sid=22ba19745899fc49e99465e758642e02 An
  12. Hi, Has anyone tried putting the LWG legs from the Tamiya T-birds kit into the Academy kit? I have a spare set of main gear from the Tamiya kit but don't have an Academy kit around so I was wondering if they use a similar mounting point. I'm thinking of doing an F-16B that way. Carl
  13. 1/18 scale Lockheed Martin F-16CJ Fighting Falcon HAF BBI - Elite Force conversion / scratchbuilt The following article is to describe step by step the 1/18 scale Lockheed Martin F-16CJ Fighting Falcon Block 52, currently flying with Hellenic Air Force, conversion using the BBI - Elite Force toy model kit, bought from the States a couple of years before for less than $60 USD. Despite my enthusiasm when I finally got this 1/18 model in my hands, as soon as I opened the box which exceeds in length the 3 feet (!!!), I realized t
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