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Louis Gardner said on December 1, 2016
You have captured the look of the “missile with a man in it” very well. I really like how the metal finish changes color near the engine due to heat exposure. Very nice!!!!
Craig Abrahamson said on December 1, 2016
You type faster than I do, Louis….that’s pretty much the same thing I was gonna tell him.
Greg Kittinger said on December 1, 2016
That’s one sweet ride! Great work on the NMF. Unusual to see a 104 without tip tanks – guess the idea is to get up quick, fire all 4 sidewinders and head home! Very nice.
Bernard E. Hackett, Jr. said on December 1, 2016
What a beauty! Anyone know of an aftermarket set with the underwing pylons and tanks, that won’t break the bank? I know about DACO, and Black Box is OOB.
Rob Pollock said on December 1, 2016
Can’t add much to the previous comments – very sleek looking build.
Tom Cleaver said on December 1, 2016
Excellent work on the finish. Very realistic.
Bernd Müller said on December 2, 2016
Looks fantastic ! The paint work and finish brings out the elegant lines of this aircraft.
Tzigkounakis Tasos said on December 2, 2016
Thank you very much for the comments my friends.
Robert Royes said on December 2, 2016
A real beauty!
Christian WERY said on December 2, 2016
Beautiful painting job, congratulations !
Johannes Gerl said on December 4, 2016
Great work to get this natural metal finish look right.
Excellent stuff, Tzigkounakis. Looking forward to see more …
George Williams said on December 5, 2016
Beautiful finish on this.
Bruce Kim said on December 5, 2016
Excellent build. How did you do the rivets on the wings? and make them so reliastic?
Richard Mcstay said on December 13, 2016
Great looking build, excellent finish!
Christian WERY said on December 16, 2016
Nice ! I’m building a Belgian starfighter (Eduard 1/48) with many additional sets. Hope you’ll see it early next year.
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