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I finished this one earlier this year. Hobbyboss A-6E built OOB decals are from Afterburner and painted with Lifecolor paints.
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Craig Abrahamson said on December 18, 2015
Beautifully finished AND with the appropriate amount of “yuckiness” applied as seen in most photos. Very nice job…I like it!
Bernard E. Hackett, Jr. said on December 18, 2015
Lloyd, how was the build on this one? I’ve got their A, amazing the flaps and other wing options. Looks really good!
Lloyd King said on December 18, 2015
went together great, the only filler that I used was at the join behind the exhaust, has some great interior detail.
Michelle Edwards said on December 18, 2015
Beautifully weathered Lloyd
Nicely weathered Lloyd
Simon Whitney said on December 18, 2015
Love it Lloyd.
A dirty grubby well built A 6.
Well done sir.
Bryan W. Bernart said on December 18, 2015
Really nice build, Lloyd.
Greg Kittinger said on December 18, 2015
Beautiful A-6, and given 2 Hobby Boss A-6 stories lately, I’m really going to have to try out a Hobby Boss kit…
Love the weathering and finishing.
Paul Wilsford said on December 18, 2015
those are 48 scale, Greg. Stay in your own yard…:)
Terry Schuler said on December 18, 2015
Lloyd, this is really nice. just enough grit to look right. Well done !
IAN JACKSON said on December 18, 2015
Very, very nice. On my ‘wants’ list for 2016.
Tom Cleaver said on December 18, 2015
Your tadpole looks great.
mark poulton said on December 19, 2015
excellent rendition in that tatty tactical grey scheme that replaced the pretty grey and white!
Good kit very well finished.
Richard Mcstay said on December 22, 2015
Stunning build! The finish on this one is remarkable!
Drew Tarter said on December 22, 2015
Really outstanding work, Lloyd! And your weathering is superb!
Lloyd King said on December 22, 2015
Thanks again guys
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