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Tamiya : F-16C Fighting Falcon : 1/48 Scale : Rapid Video Build 


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Here is a Rapid video build where we show you how to build this F-16C Fighting Falcon, in this video build we will be focusing on Rezin.

Episode.1 Sample Video.



Please go to the Genessis-models website to view all videos : http://www.genessis-models.co.uk/videos.html

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Episode 1 very nice Bob. Great review of the kit with pros/cons and rating. Definitely watching because I may build a very old Monogram F-16 1/48 next. bought it for cheap on consignment from Hobby Shop. very simple. should be able to really relax, no worries--lol. your build here should give me some ideas and positively a lot of inspiration as always!
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Episode.2 is up
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watching the video and seeing the details of various aspects of the build is really really helpful.Incorporating a number of products to yield a "finished" surface is a great sequence. also appreciate the tip on using the file with the sponge sanding stick is a nice one. thanks!
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Episode.3 is up
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The details, the fine points of weeding out problems and turning them around. Great product and technique demos. well done! Helps me to see bits that you forget or have to take a second round on occasionally as a normal part of a build.
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Episode.4 is up
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Nice nice work on episode 4 Bob. Using styrene and putty to seal a gap, sanding it down with masking, the turning the gap area into a panel line. good tips on working with resin parts also! thanks!
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Hi Bob just thought I would let you know that I have bought this kit from ModelsRGo and it does have the same mark in both the plain and tinted canopy which you found so it seems to possibly be an inherent problem with this kit. However it won't bother me at my standard. Still struggling on with my old F14D from Revell so won't be starting the F16 for a while.

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Episode.5 is up and thanks for the update andy [thumb].
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very nice episode Bob. Dealing with F-16 AM RESIN exhaust parts. fitting resin, which glues to use. attaching the tabs of styrene to fit inside the fuselage and allow you to use Tamiya Extra Thin Cement to join a resin piece. then coming back with CA glue for extra support with the resin to styrene bond. gap filling with CA glue and sanding sequence to cure a gap/slight step off between the styrene and resin parts. excellent!
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Thanks Ted Episode.6 is up.
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great video!!   Once thing though atleast for me the painting stage is my favorite part..   I really look forward to watching you paint the model.   Maybe its just me,  probably is,  but i would really like to see you painting the model..   even on the rapid builds.   just my humble opinion though.
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episode 6 giving the basic paint colors used, the tip on masking the conical radome when painting. so obvious! so obvioous I missed it. I am actually working with my F-16 Exhaust right now and the attention to the paint on that part is really helpful. I have a much better direction in my mind about how to approach it. thanks Bob! always the best...
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Thanks for the feedback people, with out it I have to guess what you want to see and what you don't want to see, :-) [thumb]

Will add some spraying to the next one ;-)

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