by Brian Scott
April 1, 2016 in Aviation
This little trumpeter kit was a nice build except for the kit decals. Painted waith Tamiya paints and weathered with Mig washes . Enjoy 🙂
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Tags: 1/48, J-17, Trumpeter
Robert Royes said on April 1, 2016
Nice job.Great attention to detail, The plane itself looks like a hybrid of at least three different other craft.
Brian Scott said on April 2, 2016
Steven Davis said on April 1, 2016
Great looking build, the finish is super
Craig Abrahamson said on April 1, 2016
Yep….what they said – good detailing work all right.
Vincent Perry said on April 1, 2016
George Williams said on April 2, 2016
Another nicely finished model from you, Brian, thanks for sharing it with us.
Richard Mcstay said on April 2, 2016
Another fine build Brian, nicely painted! I’m enjoying these jets you are posting!
Morne Meyer said on April 2, 2016
The J-17 Thunder looks very much like an F 5 Freedom Fighter on steroids. I like this one very much. You did a stunning job on this kit that is not often seen on model building forums. Well done Brian!!!
Robert Royes said on April 2, 2016
I see f-5, f-16,mirage , great job on the engine exhaust.
Bernard E. Hackett, Jr. said on April 2, 2016
That is a neat looking plane, now that I’m seeing it. Hmmmmm. And in Pakistani markings, rather than PLAF.
Good job on her, nice to see one built.
Brian Scott said on April 3, 2016
Greg Kittinger said on April 4, 2016
Great build! I’ve got this same kit in 1/72, and having just finished the Trumpeter JH-7A, understand the problem with decals! I tore of the larger ones trying to get them loose from the backing paper.
What colors of paint did you use?
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