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Smile Almost done with my 2nd model

Here are some progress pics of my viper Im working on, rivet counters try not to have a heart attack , as far as it goes i was only trying to match a block 42 with the scab plates, PW engine and inlet, anything else not too sure about. Anyways decals are from superscale (thanks to Jake Melampy for selling them to me) load out will be 2x Aim-120,2x Aim-9, 2x GBU-12, 1x GBU-31 JDAM, 2x Fuel Tanks and a Sniper Pod from Shull24.








Also I used the directions from a Hase F-16D for the paint callout, however the gunze colors are a little bit off, oh well though Ill remember it for next time. Dont be too critical on me its only my 2nd model that has made it this far Thanks for looking guys!

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Every time I see someone doing a Tami CJ Viper I gain more knowledge about doing mine...Thanx yours is looking mighty fine.
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Holy crap, Ziskey!

Looks real nice man. What paints did you use for the exhaust nozzles?
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thanks francis, alclads; burnt metal,jet exhaust and a touch of transparent blue
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Outstanding for your second baby. Kickass!
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Very, very nice.
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Great job! Geez I love those Oklahoma jets. It needs to be shown in full color just like you did it.
Once again, congrats on a great build - looking forward to your next project.
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thanks for the comments guys, started hanging ordnance, still have a few more things to add but heres a few new pics:






thanks for looking

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