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    F-16 Tiger

    Great little Model and Markings Wine Seal for F.O.D. covers Revell of Germany Kit and decals except wing walk lines from spares. This is the 1/144th scale Belgian F-16. Painted with Gunze and Uschi Powders on Exhaust. Thanks for Looking Bill D
  2. This is part of my 8th Af Project . Trying to have a representation of the main players from 8th AF in WWII. Need to complete a P-38 and will be completed. Simple OD over Neutral Gray Basic Kit decals and some aftermarket decals Thanks for looking Comments always Welcome Bill
  3. Gil That is friggin Beautiful. That is the coolest ugly aircraft designed and you really made it shine...Great work Cheers Bill
  4. Amazing work. Good Luck.Looking good :smiley14: :smiley14: Bill
  5. Thanks for all the Positive feedback Guys Bill
  6. Greetings Completed Tonight, Hasagawa kit part of my "Wake Island Avengers" collection Red Light added after initial photos Cheers Comments are cool Bill
  7. Thanks Mark I will complete my collection with the 1/72nd Tamiya Mosquito MK VI. Looking for Stars of David with Blue Surrounds. Any ideas? Cheers Bill
  8. Greetings First Photo is B&W to kind of set the tone. 1950's era Israeli Mustang between Independence War and Suez Crisis Super Kit, Markings are mostly from Spares Box except the 101 "Angel of Death" emblem that I got on a special sheet from Hannants. Tried to do the wings as oxidized,so just some Dull Aluminum from Alclad Rounded the kit prop tips for a more realistic version according to Photos This is a truly sweet kit to build. Working on a a Israeli Prop aircraft collection with the Mosquito up next. Thanks For Looking Bill
  9. Thanks Rusty Most were shot outside and I had plenty of sunshine here in Pittsburgh.. :smiley16: :smiley16: Thanks Again Bill
  10. Thanks Guys for the compliments Bill :gold-plane:
  11. Greetings The "Thud" is now complete with the addition of the FOD Covers Vacuform from Koster and Aluminum Rod Cheers Bill
  12. Thanks Gil I really enjoyed this model. It was fun digging back in the memory banks to 1974 in Kansas. Cheers Bill
  13. Greetings I was thinking of going to Omaha with this when completed ,but after completion I realized I would have to purchase another seat. This is a Large Aircraft. I tried Photos outside with different Backdrops. This is a model of an F-105F from when I was stationed at McConnell AFB in 1973. Simple backdate of the Monogram F-105G. I added Metal Landing Gear and Master Pitot both good additions I used Uschi Powders on the Dive Brake Exhaust Petals Paints were a collection of "What I Had" Gunze Dark Green, Testors Acrylic Lighter Green, Vallejo Brown and Humbrol Gray This is a great classic model kit I still have a few items to add,(F.O.D. covers) Thanks for Viewing Bill
  14. Greetings Mark I have volunteered in the past and I will volunteer again. I would like to do the Space& Sci-Fi category if that is OK with you. Let me know Bill
  15. Sorry Nick I have two bottles of powder that I am hoping will last my Lifetime. I had some of the Paint but it separated and I never was able to get it back..trashed it Cheers Bill
  16. For the Columbus Convention I posted a room I had free Up. I posted on Hyperscale and IPMS and got somebody who needed a room. Just changed the name on the reservation. If you cancel with hotel it is open season on the room and nobody knows it is available. Bill
  17. Greetings I have used Alclad "a Lot" . I have had Tape lift metal finish and look like tape residue left behind. I have used SNJ buffing powder to "Repair" the finish. The best method of masking was to put a coat of Alclad Clear Coat then Mask. I use Yellow Frog Painters Tape..which is like a low tack Tamiya tape. My Two cents Bill
  18. Gil That is one very nice F-14. Enjoy the challenges of the Monogram kit( 30 Years Old??) Cheers Bill
  19. Mark This particular Harrier aparanty participated in Middle East conflict. Might also fit in your Middle East war SIG. Cheers Bill
  20. Thanks Gil That demarcation did add a little interest to the standard Navy WW II schemes. Cheers Bill
  21. Greetings All These are the beginning models of my 1/48th scale VMA 211 project. Started with the Harrier and got hooked on the squadron. Then built the Wildcat and will now look to the future with a Corsair,Skyhawk and lastly a F-35B. Hasagawa Harrier with Two Bobs markings for "Wake Island Avengers". Difficult kit with a ton of seams to fill. Gunze Paints Decals were great and used a lot of Eduard Photo-Etch on this kit Wildcat was Hobby Boss Painted with Gunze and used Yellow Wing decals for "Wake Island Wildcats" Only weathered with a few panel washes and Pastel dusts as aircraft was painted in November on way to Wake Island Used Ez Line and Karaya metal 50cal barrels as aftermarket add-ons and added a Photo-etched seat and Engine wiring Thanks for Looking Comments Always Welcome :D :D Bill
  22. Greetings Line construction 1. Drilled holes at wing locating and fuselage and Tail 2. Crazy Glued line to tail (allowed to dry..2minutes) 3. Crazy Glued line to fuselage (allowed to dry. overnight) 4. Crazy Glued line ends to wings (allowed to dry..overnight) 5. Touch of Glue on fusalage/tail Line. 6. Stretched wing line to slightly tighten and allowed wing line to touch glue on center line. Waited about 10 seconds for glue to grab. 7. Lines are tight all over. Cheers Bill
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