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Louis Gardner said on December 22, 2017
Another work of art my friend... I especially like how you eroded the top coat on the wings and upper fuselage to expose the zinc chromate type primer below.
George Johnson said on December 22, 2017
Thanks, Louis. Check out the Work in Progress section here for more info on how I did that.
I will head right on over now... Thanks buddy.
Chuck A. Villanueva said on December 22, 2017
Outstanding MiG-31, I have read that AMK has produced an amazing kit. Your build thread is well done. I wonder if there other kits are just as involved as this one and good. Going to look into picking one of these up, quite impressive. Thanks for sharing.
Craig Abrahamson said on December 22, 2017
Wow...that IS stunning, my friend - nice work!
Paul Barber said on December 23, 2017
Followed the build - and this is the result of some fantastic innovative technique - absolutely awesome! Thank you!
George Johnson said on December 23, 2017
Thanks, guys. I appreciate it. Merry Christmas!
Johannes Gerl said on December 23, 2017
Apart from the brilliant craftsmanship, it's the inspiration that stands out.
To me the best 31 on the planet.
Dirk Derks said on December 23, 2017
Very impressed with your MIG-31. Finished to the highest standards.
Regards, Dirk / The Netherlands.
Anthony Conway said on December 23, 2017
Alfredo Cofré said on December 23, 2017
Christian Ristits said on December 23, 2017
Extraordinary Work George!
Emeterio de la Iglesia Blanco said on December 23, 2017
Truly a masterpiece. Congratulations !
Greg Kittinger said on December 23, 2017
An excellent work of craftsmanship! Love all the weathering and detail work that went into this. A beautiful model.
Thanks again, all. I am continually inspired by your work.
Stephen W Towle said on December 23, 2017
George, you build captures the brute force of the Mig-31. Some big honking engines bolted onto some steel and titanium built to shoot down B-1's and B-52s. Two thumbs up. Looking forward to seeing more of your gifts and talents in modeling.
Tom Cleaver said on December 23, 2017
I particularly like the realistic finish.
Robert Royes said on December 23, 2017
Jeff Bailey said on December 23, 2017
VERY nicely done, George! That is a beast of an aircraft, for sure! Your finish work & shading are truly excellent.
I look forward to seeing more from you!
Richard Mcstay said on December 23, 2017
Merry Xmas mate! That is a work of art! Following the work in progress was definitely educational as well.
Merry Christmas to you, too Richard. I'm glad you enjoyed the build. I do like your ninja and I might build one, too. I see that you're a cook. That's pretty cool. I enjoy eating and my wife really enjoys cooking. She has over 2,000 cookbooks!
Richard Mcstay said on December 24, 2017
That's a lot of cook books! That is what I'm doing right now actually, I've been put in charge of the Christmas dinner... never a day off!
George Johnson said on December 24, 2017
Oh what fun. Have a great Christmas.
You too mate, merry Christmas.
Tom Bebout said on December 24, 2017
George that is really exceptional work, enjoyed the view.
ALEXANDRE REZENDE said on December 24, 2017
George Williams said on December 25, 2017
Like many others I've been following your WIP and the end result is excellent, many congratulations, and enjoy your Christmas dinner.
George Johnson said on December 25, 2017
Thank you so much, George. You, too.
Ramon R. Lomeli said on June 2, 2020
i just saw this, your weathering job is SUPURB. Awesome work dude!
George Johnson said on June 2, 2020
Thanks, Ramon. It's going to be featured in an AK Interactive book on weathering pretty soon.
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