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Allan J Withers
1/72 Revell, finished in Revell and MM enamels with Tamiya X22 + X21 which went frosty in places over the kit decals.
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Craig Abrahamson said on June 5, 2016
Nice job, Allan….that really looks good. 🙂
Allan J Withers said on June 5, 2016
Johannes Gerl said on June 5, 2016
Hi Allan. I hate it when that stuff gets frosty.
My two cents: Gunze does not. Putting some Armor All over the frosty spots helps.
Great result nevertheless! The aircraft’s base is less than 20 km from where I live.
Thanks Halvar, have not tried Gunze! do you see them flying from your house ?
George Williams said on June 5, 2016
It’s really annoying when you get reactions like that when finishing a model, but you’ve still got a sharp looking result.
Phil Steele said on June 5, 2016
Sharp looking build !!
Rob Pollock said on June 5, 2016
Nice work, Allan. In the photos the frosting isn’t that apparent. A good looking build nonetheless.
Thanks Rob, I managed to scrape most of it off.
Robert Royes said on June 5, 2016
Great job, the extended refueling probe is a nice touch.
Thanks Robert, yes I like bits hanging off sometimes.
Richard Mcstay said on June 5, 2016
Fantastic Allan. That’s a great choice of markings as well.
Thanks Richard, yes nice tiger meet tail.
Greg Kittinger said on June 6, 2016
Great looking Tornado! I’ve got one finished in Luftwaffe scheme, and bought some decals for a Saudi version. One benefit of swing-wing fighters (from a modeler’s standpoint) is that it’s a good excuse to build more than one, so you can see them in different wing-sweep configurations! At least, that’s what I tell the little woman…
Allan J Withers said on June 7, 2016
Thanks Greg, the only excuse I need is it’s one of my themes.
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