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Monogram F-117

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Greetings

Here are a few photos of the recently completed 1/48th Monogram F-117.

Fun build,challenging, but definetly not your everday Black OPs

Resin Interior,Kit Photoetched grills, Testor Acrylics,TWO BOBS markings

 

Thanks for viewing

F-117frontstrbrdgood.jpg

 

F-117topfrnt.jpg

 

 

F-117rearport.jpg

 

 

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Well done, Bill! What color did you use for the exhaust, that last picture kind of drew my eyes to that section, it looks realistic.

 

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Glenn

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Well done, Bill! What color did you use for the exhaust, that last picture kind of drew my eyes to that section, it looks realistic.

 

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Glenn

 

 

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I used Alclad Burnt metal, kind of copperish color. I weathered with Tamiya Blue and Soot from their weathering Kits

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I like it! You'd think that "camouflaged stealth" would be redundant, but it's a neat looking scheme! Congrats on a lovely build!

 

GIL :smiley16:

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Really like the paint colors. I built this one a while back in black. Very well done.

 

Chris

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Thanks Guys

This was fun and I stayed away from the Black....Very scary color(for me)

Thanks again :smiley16:

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I like it!!!

 

:smiley20::smiley20:

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I like it!!!

 

:smiley20::smiley20:

 

 

Thank You :smiley16:

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Nice work Bill! Thanks for sharing!

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Fine Looking Model....I like that paint scheme..

 

Texas :smiley20:

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Did they actually paint a Stealth fighter that way? That is cool! You model looks awesome! Thanks for posting!

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Staying away from flat black? That's the only color I can spray in any kind of weather: summer heat/humidity, rain, snow (like today for the 5th time in two weeks!), hail, sleet, subzero temps, zero gravity.....all those other colors scare me ;)

 

Glenn

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