Beatiful kit with very small amount of putty.
Painted it with AK colours with leveling thinner. Just amazing colours. The only extra is an Aires seat.
When I saw a pic of the Malaysian scheme in a magazine, I had to build it. I ordered a couple different sets of after market decals (none for an F-5), but they didn't fit the size of the model. I was surprised when I opened the box that it incl[...]
I made this kit as an offer to my good friend Peter. His parents are from Switzerland and he keeps a strong bond to the country so, as I knew he likes planes in swiss colors...
The Kit is from Italeri and it's not very impressive... The instruct[...]
From 1973 a systematic analysis of the aircraft market and evaluation of several types took place.
At an early stage, the Federal Council decided to focus the evaluation on one aircraft, the Tiger F-5E.
After thorough testing, the Federal Counci[...]
Tiger F-5E Swiss Air Force Staffel 19 Airbase Sion Wallis Schweiz,
Kit: AFV CLUB 1:48, Decals
This is my first of 2 entries for the Year of the Cat group build. I already had this on my 2017 build plan, so was happy about that!
This is an older kit that was recently reboxed with new art and the Sundowners aggressor decals (among options[...]
Hey folks, my most recent (two hours ago) completed project - The 1:48 Kinetic F-5A/C 'Freedom Fighter'.
Mostly the kit was an easy and rewarding build - I say mostly as the fit of the intakes was laughable, not so much as a gap at the rear, mo[...]
Here is one of my completions this year. I have quite a few of these kits earmarked to be USN Adversary aircraft.
I built up the exhaust cans and intakes, using photos of the real things. While my compressor fans look a bit rough in the photos,[...]
Here's my just completed, fresh baked, F-5E Photo Recon, an Italeri 1/48 kit. I read some reviews of this kit after I bought it and before I started it that had me worried, but it really went together good. I'm glad I didn't read them before I b[...]
Here is my 1/48 Kinetic F-5A Freedom fighter with the markings of Turkish Air Force circa 1971. This was finished few months ago.
Instrument panel of the kit is not accurate for a classical F-5A. So ıt needs to be corrected. Cockpit modified [...]