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Just finished today. Just need to finsih weapons. This was a real enjoyable kit to build ! Pinted with tamiya paints weathered with Mig Dark Wash .Enjoy 🙂
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Craig Abrahamson said on March 27, 2016
Appears to be a pretty good-sized kit….nice job on the finish.
Brian Scott said on March 27, 2016
Frederick J Seitz III said on March 27, 2016
Beautifully done as usual, Brian!! Love the weathering, subtle yet effective. A real beauty!!!
Robert Royes said on March 27, 2016
Yes the weathering is so realistic, great detail.
Terry Schuler said on March 27, 2016
Brian, Excellent work on this. Looks great. Very realistic.
Vincent Perry said on March 27, 2016
Stephen W Towle said on March 27, 2016
Brian, this is a Goldie Locks build. Love the weathering on the underside and in the gear wellsl. Just enough soot and dirt to make you smell the JP fuel. Didn’t the U.S. lease a few Kfirs as adversarial a/c ? I think the Marines flew them. Your build would look good with a airport runway or a suitable back round.
Two thumbs up, looking forward to your next build.
I think in the ’80s used for ACM- air combat maneuvering.
VMAT-401, Marines-. MCAS Yuma Az.. VF-43 Navy NAS Oceana VA. Leased about 20 returned after they bought F-16s
Stephan I beleave they did in the mid to late 80’s
and Thanks 🙂
George Williams said on March 28, 2016
Well up to your usual high standards, Brian, I especially love the finish you achieve on these jets.
Brian Scott said on March 28, 2016
Rob Pollock said on March 28, 2016
Nice variation on the standard low viz.
Greg Kittinger said on March 28, 2016
Great looking build! I’ve got one of these to do, and was leaning toward the standard IDF 3-color camo, but really like the low vis scheme you did – may go that route instead.
I have the Testors version of the Navy Aggressor that I built years ago (1/72). It looks good in that multi-tone grey/blue as well!
Brian Scott said on March 31, 2016
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