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Ok guys the neutral gray and white has been sprayed now the time comes to mask off for the gunship gray this will be an easy paint job but it will require a quite bit of tape and paper then the tail section will be the most tedious to do as with all F4's.

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Well not the pretty best masking job but it will do.



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nice job so far pal
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nice job so far pal

 Thank you Wayne yup its getting there now to do the bare metal tail and stabilizers .

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Hemmm not to toot my own horn lol but dang this beast beginning to look good.



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And I apologize for the messy work space I got to learn to start doing a better house keeping.
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that is some beautifully crisp work. Some of the best artists make a huge mess in order to create. the end results are what counts!
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Thanks Ted.
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Looking very sharp with some colour on Joe !

What did you use on the metal areas mate ? Whatever it was it laid down lovely and smooth

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Well as you can tell the weight of this kit is straining the gear but sence this is not a Tamiya kit well After Market products are limited to us Revell guys  no metal gear available but that is just the way it is. but I do need some advice guys how should I go about painting the nose cone I could do it by hand but it would look very sloppy and cant really mask it cause of the shape and curve. so I don't know what to do any ideas?.
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Looking very sharp with some colour on Joe ! What did you use on the metal areas mate ? Whatever it was it laid down lovely and smooth Pete
I used Testors Model Master Buffing Aluminum metalizer it already comes premixed all you have to do is pour it straight from the bottle in to you airbrush. it goes on very well two coats is all it took to cover.

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Well turns out I had some 0.25mm trim tape was able to do the nose cone.

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Looking good!! Nice work
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Thanks Adam.
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