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RossiM1

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Love that cockpit detail Eduardo and those seats look amazing attention to detail is incredible.
Looking forward to seeing more of your progress
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great work on the details in the front office Eduardo! masterpiece.
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I really like the detail provided by the wiring on the back of the instrument panel.
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I really like the detail provided by the wiring on the back of the instrument panel. Steve


ditto, a great "birds nest" of detail that adds a good bit of realism!

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Thanks guys, I have to add something to this model otherwise would be very simple, already spent much more in goodies than the value of the kit[frown]. (Do not tell my wife)[smile]
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Love those fantastic seats and belts. What make are they?

A very brave man to scribe everything, great tip with the graphite pencil. I've always used them just for making panels on spaceships slightly darker to others around them

Excellent modelling skills.
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Love those fantastic seats and belts. What make are they? A very brave man to scribe everything, great tip with the graphite pencil. I've always used them just for making panels on spaceships slightly darker to others around them Excellent modelling skills.


Thanks for the comment Nigel, if I understand the question seats are from the kit, the belts from Eduard.
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Thanks mate. Might send off for the PE. Must admit that the oob seats are not bad, just need that little something to make them look spectacular.
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Eduardo, 

I am building basically the same kit, like you I may never have built it were it not for this GB. I know the challenges you face and the fact that you have made that cockpit looking that good is, frankly, a miracle...there's a good reason my canopy is sprayed over and the cockpit tub is in the spares box LOL. I hope everyone else can appreciate what you had to work with. I look forward to seeing how those exhausts turn out!


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Hello everyone 
The holidays are ending[frown] but I could give a push this model. I made a big mistake [bawl]because should have put pipes of resin before closing the fuselage then had to cut them  to get that  fit in the model, but after adding a bit of plastic card to give more support. After much trying I get there,[smile] because the original is horrible.[mad] The rest is more of the same, sanding, rescribing, [crazy]seems to have no end. I bought the Eduard FOD covers for the air intakes[idea], have no fan and are very simple and did from scratch the heads-up display [biggrin]
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This kit is putting up a fight Eduardo but you are definitely winning ! The exhausts came out really nice, great work with the oil paints
And what did you use to build the heads up display ? It looks amazing
Nice progress being made again mate, keep going it's really looking good

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This kit is putting up a fight Eduardo but you are definitely winning ! The exhausts came out really nice, great work with the oil paints And what did you use to build the heads up display ? It looks amazing Nice progress being made again mate, keep going it's really looking good Pete


Thanks for comment Pete [thumb]
 I used remains of photoetch other models[wink]

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RossiM1

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Some great progress Eduardo and as Pete said the scratch build on the H.U.D is very clever, looking forward to seeing your build progress.
Good luck
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Looking Good Eduardo!! looks like you have a dog of a kit but you are making it so much better with the scratch building. Keep up the pics!
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Looks great to me...

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