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Unread February 5th, 2009, 05:45 PM
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Default another viper, 32nd scale BAF F-16 MLU

starting this WIP so you can all follow along

as stated in the "mini GB" I'm going to be making this one



using the tamiya thunderbird kit, daco and syh@rt decals and a PMWP tail correction set

started out with the BB cockpit today its finished (dry fit that is) and I'm ready to paint this bad boy up. Still needs some filler here and there but nothing major. I also modded the seat cushions a little with some cammett cast a coat to make them look like sheep wool.



and then I also puttied the intakes all up I'm hoping to sand these tomorrow after this is done the hard work is almost over, it just needs a good re scribing job in front of the tail. Just need to add some wires to the gears and then I'm of to the home stretch already



all for now guys

BTW if any of you guys has any more intell on smokewinders please let me know TIA guys

Greetz STB
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Unread April 4th, 2009, 07:16 AM
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still working on both of my vipers although real life has sucked bench time to almost zero lately

anyway I've been plotting away at the single seater intake is sanded and ready for painting and I've added stiffeners to the forward intake parts I also opened up the comm panel on the right side and filled up the one on the other side.



a close up on the comm panel still need to a add a thing or two in there



I'm almost done building stuff and ready to start painting

added a vent and those two strips aft of the canopy and added rivets and what not to the canopy part







Cheers guys

Greetz STB
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Unread April 4th, 2009, 08:21 AM
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hey Fred
crazy job, like always
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Unread April 4th, 2009, 02:17 PM
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This Viper will be excellent-Great work Fred-Love the way you build-Just fantastic craftsmanship!

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Pig
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Unread September 15th, 2009, 05:57 PM
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progressing this one the B viper is getting love as well

I started painting the cockpit far from done but its worth while showing









all together



Cheers guys

Greetz STB
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Unread September 15th, 2009, 09:27 PM
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There you go! Looking outstanding as usual!!

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