ole f4c phantom 1/48 (revell)

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Thought you said you were no good at dry brushing?.Looks pretty good to me.I like what you've done with the exhausts.
 

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Thats a good pit you have put together there Ole.

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thnx dave this was attempt 4,which was okay to me lol,thnx ian,this is going to be fun i feel lol,i found this paint called `Nuln oil`by citadel it works so well on uniforms,it changes the colours slightly in the creases.

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Ole, nice cockpit mate, and the pilot looks great. Will he be getting a rear seat companion?
 

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Welcome to the build Ole and a nice start too
 
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sorry joe he seems to be walking towards the plane unless i find another man from somewhere lol,and thnx for compliments

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Looking good Ole, Im sure everyone building the revell kit will come away from it more experienced in some way... office looks good.

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Great start Ole, gonna enjoy watching you put this together. M
 

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Great start Ole , those exhausts look the business. The cockpit looks great too , looking forward to the next pics , cheers tony
 

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That was a good idea Ole. (very tempted to do say "that was en go propel you have snittet Ole).

I might just think about stealing your idea there!

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thats fine Ian sort of adds a new dimension

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Way to go Ole great scratchbuild job on the fans...I did wonder what went in those holes..lol..agree it most definitely adds dimension into that barren cavity, if its ok I will most definitely purloin your idea...Jim:thumbsup:
 
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carry on old chap,ideas that are good and are on the forum are there to be used

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