by Brian Scott
June 6, 2016 in Aviation
Officially done F6F flown by Lt. Leo B McCuddin of the VF-20 USS Enterprise October 1940. Painted with Tamiya paints and weather with MIG wash . Kit is 1/48 Haseagawa with ICM Pilot 🙂
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Tags: 1/48, F6F, Tamiya
Craig Abrahamson on June 6, 2016
Well done, Brian….finish/weathering/staining looks good….as does the pilot.
Dmitry Ryzhenkov on June 6, 2016
Liked the effect of the panels.
Andrew Frill on June 6, 2016
very nice. Love the weathering.
Greg Kittinger on June 6, 2016
nice Hellcat – subtle panel shading.
Bernard E. Hackett, Jr. on June 6, 2016
Brian, beautiful job, with just enough weathering. Carrier based were better cared for. Used, not abused. Nice to see a Hasegawa Hellcat, makes a great base.
Nice work on the pilot!
Tom Cleaver on June 6, 2016
Nice work. A smal but important point: VF-20 operated of Enterprise in October 1944. 🙂
Robert Royes on June 6, 2016
Great Grumman bird.
Phil Steele on June 6, 2016
Looks great !!
Paul Wilsford on June 6, 2016
nice finish, B
P.k on June 6, 2016
Rob Anderson on June 6, 2016
Excellent, I love the finish, not too glossy, just right! I also love how well you did the canopy, great clarity.
Brian Scott on June 7, 2016
I poilish the canopy with a t shirt 🙂
George Williams on June 11, 2016
I like the angle that you’ve mounted it on the stand, it looks great.
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