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I like your FOD covers Mark, what did you use to replicate them?

 

I will take step by step pics for the next one.

So its easier to explain what i have done,

 

Mark

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Yeah nice job on the covers, I like the way you've replicated the folds in the "fabric" very realistic.

 

I've toy'ed with the idea of adding the interior of the intake but I think the undercarrige bays and the wing sweep gearing are going to put paid to that.:(

 

Mike

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thanks every one.

So here a step by step for the fod covers.

 

I have used lead wire to replicate the rope in the cover.

DSC_6007.jpg

 

DSC_6008.jpg

 

Next up is some paper tisseu cut in the rigth size.

And gleud in place with wood gleu.

DSC_6009.jpg

 

Than paint it with nato green.

DSC_6010.jpg

 

Mark

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Wow but that's a nice scheme! Didn't know RSAF operated the Tornado?

Very cool and dynamic picture too, one for the file :speak_cool:

Loving the work you have done so far, obviously the pit and etch flap

details etc are very cool, but also really like your fine scribing.

What have you been using for that, as the lines are very fine?

Keep up the great work mate!

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Mark

Super work on the wings and FOD covers. PE components look terrific

Peter

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Wow but that's a nice scheme! Didn't know RSAF operated the Tornado?

Very cool and dynamic picture too, one for the file :speak_cool:

Loving the work you have done so far, obviously the pit and etch flap

details etc are very cool, but also really like your fine scribing.

What have you been using for that, as the lines are very fine?

Keep up the great work mate!

 

thanks for the lines i use dymo tape and a fine scribber.

For the ovals i have usad a template.

 

For al the rest thanks for the nice words.

 

I have work on the exhaust.

DSC_6012.jpg

 

The other side rescribd and mad a exhaust hole for the APU.

 

DSC_6014.jpg

 

Mark

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