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Airfix kit, build oob including decals. Modelmaster enamels, weathering ammo oil brushes.
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Stephen W Towle said on July 23, 2022
First impression, this is a 1/48 scale Hasegawa kit. Second impression, some strong subtle work in the paint dept with weathering to scale. No runs, no drips, and no errors. Green with envy and your build is a inspiration. Something to be proud of.
Two thumbs up.
Joseph Fenech said on July 28, 2022
Thanks. I do have a hasegawa 1/48 Which is WIP
Spiros Pendedekas said on July 23, 2022
A wonderful build, Joseph, absolutely looking of a higher scale!
Dan DeSilva said on July 23, 2022
Beautiful work! Congrats! not the 1/72 Airfix kits I built as an early teen!
Thanks. I know what you mean with early airfix kits in my youth!
George R Blair Jr said on July 24, 2022
Well done, Joseph (@joseph_fenech). I thought this was 1/48 when I first looked at it.
Bob Torres said on July 24, 2022
Beautifully made Typhoon and it looks like a 1/48 build. Great job!
Thanks. Yes it looks bigger
John vd Biggelaar said on July 24, 2022
Like the other gentlemen already mentioned, this is a beautiful Typhoon, Joseph @joseph_fenech
Especially since this is just a 1/72 scaler.
neil foster said on July 24, 2022
To be honest my first thought before taking a good look was " Oh wow someones done a 1/24", this is great at any scale.
Thanks. Unfortunately 1/24 is a scale I would not commit to
Ross Paton said on July 24, 2022
I was the same. Looks as good!
John Healy said on July 24, 2022
Great job on what looks like a nice kit.
Thank you. Yes it is a nice kit
Allan J Withers said on July 25, 2022
Nicely done 1/72 model Joseph, my scale.
Thank you. Started with 1/72, shifted to 1/48. Returned to 1/72 and now doing both scales.
Greg Kittinger said on July 25, 2022
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