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while I was working on the Sea Gull just for fun e relaxing from a more challenging project i made this TV- 2 in bright colors. A iconic aircraft pilot maker!
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Jeff Bailey said on June 25, 2019
Franco, you’ve done a great job on an iconic aircraft! Well done. VERY clean and well painted!
Franco Damiani said on June 25, 2019
Thank you Jeff !!!
Michel Verschuere said on June 25, 2019
Great painting on this one, looks very realistic Franco!
thank You Michel, a little patience with masking but i like too the result.
Manuel Magrinho said on June 25, 2019
Nice one! What’s the scale and kit manufacturer?
thank you Manuel, scale 1/48 and kit manufacturer hobbycraft.
Craig Abrahamson said on June 25, 2019
Nice lookin’ build you got there….I like that very much.
Hi Craig, thank you!
Gary Wiley said on June 25, 2019
Very nice Franco. It looks great.
Thank you Gary
Robert Royes said on June 25, 2019
Love it ! Looks great! It was a mechanic maker too, we had one at Aviation High school in NYC, where we misused and abused it learning the trade.
bob mack said on June 25, 2019
beautiful work just super…my dad trained in one of these in the late 40’s/ navy so it means a lot to me
I’m happy to read these words, thank you Bob
Rick Wilkes said on June 25, 2019
Beautiful T-bird Franco, love the Navy markings.
I love Navy aircraft ,markings, colors… only us navy models in my stash
Greg Kittinger said on June 25, 2019
Very nicely done! My dad spent a lot of time in the -33. Seems like anytime he transitioned between aircraft, there was always some refresher time logged in the stalwart trainer.
Thanks I thik your father was so lucky !
George R Blair Jr said on June 25, 2019
Great job, Franco! The T-33 is one of my favorite airplanes, and you have picked one of the best paint schemes to model. I just missed flying the T-33 in pilot training, starting with the T-37 instead. You have given me the itch to move a couple of my T-33 models farther up in the build line. Thanks for sharing.
Franco Damiani said on June 26, 2019
Sadly I missed to fly any kind of plane if it wad my dream. Just one time a little cessna. Anyway i’m very happy that now you have now a T-33 on your sight. let me know…
Matt Minnichsoffer said on June 26, 2019
I’m really starting to like these early jets. Yours is a great example. Nice work.
DE4EVER said on June 26, 2019
🙂 … Greetings … 🙂 :
This build really cries out for attention Franco. Beautiful bright color scheme and so nicely done.
Thank you for sharing the pictures.
Dan DeSilva said on June 26, 2019
Wow! I am not sure if it is the colour on the kit, and how it photographed, or how you painted it, but the international orange looks like it has a subtle sun fade effect! Did you lightly spray a lightened orange down from the top?
The kit looks awesome! I wish we saw more T-33 kits as TV-2’s. Illiad had a really nice sheet of a drone controller, but I didn’t move fast enough to try and get a sheet- now its OOP!
I have a few testors/hawk T-33’s and two GWH T-33 kits- two of them will be in Blue Angels markings…
Thanks for sharing your build!
I Dan, actually it’s not international orange but fluorescent red orange FS 28913. Trying to get a faded effetct I used a vallejo air color over Tamiya white, in very soft coats of paint.
I Have the illiad nice sheet but, I Iwanted to realize a navy bird in this scheme so I had to use old sheets of letters and numbers from microscale to get it. Thank you for your appreciation.
About the drone controller decals on the Illiad sheet when you will came in Italy….
Anyway if you like this scheme , I agreee with you, it very nice! So I’m working on a 1/48 tigercat f7 f 2d drone controller …
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Dirk Derks said on June 26, 2019
Excellent construction and the bright colors make sure you wont miss this one on the table.
Regards, Dirk / The Netherlands.
thank you Dirk 🙂 🙂
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