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This is my latest build,hope you like it.
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Jim Sullivan said on November 25, 2016
My congratulations on a fine build with your F-8E Crusader. I love what you did with the weathering and the photography is well done too. I also like your choice of USMC markings. All very nicely done.
John Healy said on November 25, 2016
Rob Pollock said on November 25, 2016
Very convincing. Nice!
Craig Abrahamson said on November 25, 2016
I concur with the masses….well done indeed all around.
Gary Brantley said on November 25, 2016
Please let me add my vote! That’s a great looking Crusader. It’s one of my favorite Navy aircraft of all time! Congratulations on that beauty.
Dmitry Stropalov said on November 25, 2016
Great model! I like the way you’ve done weathering.
Bernard E. Hackett, Jr. said on November 25, 2016
Beautifully done! The weathering is really well done, this is a landbased Marine aircraft. The squadron markings are a favorite of mine. I always thought hanging bombs on this was heresy. Just a beautiful aircraft.
Robert Royes said on November 25, 2016
Excellent, down and dirty just right!
Bernd Müller said on November 25, 2016
Beautiful Crusader, great paint job and markings and well but subtle weathered.
Grega X said on November 25, 2016
Very very nice!
Tzigkounakis Tasos said on November 25, 2016
Thank you very much for your comments. I am glad you like it.
Morne Meyer said on November 25, 2016
Drew Tarter said on November 26, 2016
Spectacular work! Your paint and weathering are superb – well done, sir!
David Sakal said on November 26, 2016
Great build! How’d you overcome the canopy hitting the fuselage in the raised position?
Tzigkounakis Tasos said on November 26, 2016
thank you very much my friends.
David, if you know the fitting of the canopy is a problem on this kit, it’s too small for open position. I used instant glue and I pushed the canopy until change it’s shape. You must have patience to dry the glue and the canopy stay in place.
Sorry for my English, I hope to be understandable to you
Louis Gardner said on November 26, 2016
AWESOME !!!!!!! I really like the panel line shading. Excellent work Sir !!!!
Thank you Louis
Greg Kittinger said on November 28, 2016
Very nice! Great weathering and detail work.
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