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after many years I finally finished this model.
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Rob Pollock said on August 4, 2015
Very clean looking build, which I guess is what you want with a jet. I like the leading edges in NM. What is the finish? I can see it’s dark blue but it looks almost black on a couple of the photos.
Zoran Sivcev said on August 4, 2015
NM is Max Mayer BO03 car paint from local car paint shop.
The blue is Model Master 1718 fs 35042
gloss finish made with Gunze Mr Color 1/2 clear + 1/2 semi gloss clear
Phil Steele said on August 4, 2015
I always liked the F9, great looking build.
P.k said on August 4, 2015
Craig Abrahamson said on August 4, 2015
Nicely finished and photographed, sir…..I like it! 🙂
Terry Schuler said on August 4, 2015
Zoran. Looks really nice , I always find it difficult to do an over all one color scheme and make it interesting, this one is. Well done.
Jim Sullivan said on August 4, 2015
Hello Zoran…That’s a fine Panther build…very nicely done.
Greg Kittinger said on August 4, 2015
nice clean build – I like the panel line wash that brings out some of the details that normally get lost in a single-tone finish.
Morne Meyer said on August 4, 2015
Very nice indeed!!! well done!!!
Mike Grant said on August 4, 2015
Nice work Zoran, looks like a flawless finish. How did you highlight the panel lines?
Zoran Sivcev said on August 5, 2015
wash with medium gray color
Frank Cronin said on August 4, 2015
One of my all time favorite jets and you have done an impressive job on this. This is gorgeous.
Bernd Müller said on August 5, 2015
A very nice Panther, Congratulations !
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