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F 14A Tomcat in 1/18 scale

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Thanks Kev!

And yes it is a monster :speak_cool: I was dreaming all the time of a model of Tomcat That big. At list seens I foll I love with the Tomcat airoplane. This one is not exactely like model itself but a toy, but the shape of that toy is icredebly wel represented so I decided to give it a try. Lets see what in the and I´l lget out of it :BANGHEAD2: :party0023:

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The gun bay is really great with all that detail in there.

With your super scratchbuilt gun in place its just awesome!

 

Phil :speak_cool:

 

 

Thank You Phil :party0023:

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Now I try to do huches for bording ladder compartment. Then I started to plan how to do thows ladder. It is very complex build.

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Then I do have that syrious problem with how to make the amo mekanizem and amo belts.Tey are visable in two places. In gun bay and in the ladder keeping compartment :BANGHEAD2:

That how I thought I´ll try to do them:

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And when this is paited and wethered a bit it sertenly looks beter then the oryginal once:

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Marek

 

This is going to be one of the nicest, BEST looking Tomcats I am going to be able to follow.

 

Huge projcet but very well done sir,

 

:)

 

 

Thank yuo Maru5137 for your coment :party0023:

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The ammo belts are impressive, making such intricate parts repetitively often shows minor differences in length, bends, etc., and can only highlight imperfections. Yours look identical and have the proper bend. Would you mind sharing how you made them? I have the same task to do for several 1/24 scale applications including a rather lengthy section of ammo belt for a B-17G waist gunner cross-section diorama.

 

P.S. who makes this beast and how much did it cost?

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