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AFV Club 1:48 F-5F

March 16, 2014 in Aviation

Hello everybody!
This is the F-5F, in my opinion, one of the most graceful aircrafts. This particular model was finished some time ago and went on without problems. It is outside of the box except for the scratch made harnesses and TwoBobs decals.
Painted with Gunze acrylics and weathered with oils.

Hope you like it!

Best regards:


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14 responses to AFV Club 1:48 F-5F

  1. yes ! great job ! and nice paint…i have one in stock …i’ll make it in sundowner version…it s really “graeful aircraft” as you said !

  2. This looks gorgeous. How did you like the AFV Club kit?

  3. Emeterio, a great looking F 5F .
    Well done sir.

  4. Very nice Saint you got there. Well done.

  5. Wow….! What a great example of detail and weathering….an outstanding build, sir (with very nice photos).

  6. WOW what a beautiful build and paint work simply Stunning

  7. Nice clean build, great paint application.

  8. Emeterio, beautiful job on one of my favorites. In addition to the Editor, I was also curious how you liked the AFV kit. They seem to be one of the very few to have done a complete F-5 family of kits. Thanks for posting this outstanding model.

  9. Wonderful Aggressor!

    Sincerely, Vlad.

  10. Hi Emeterio, you have done a superb job here. beautiful build, masterful paint work & weathering. It just looks gorgeous!

  11. Emoterio,
    Absolutely beautifull.

  12. Very neat build, Emeterio, and superb photographs.

  13. Outstanding job! What color did you use for the “purple”?

  14. Cracking finish on that mate!

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