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Unread December 4th, 2010, 11:19 PM
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Unread December 5th, 2010, 05:12 AM
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Terrific work on the Monogram F4J. Finish an markings are spot on.
I'm getting started on my first kit in over 30 years; Hasegawa's F4J with Cam Pro Decals for VMF-451, as she looked in 1976.
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Unread December 5th, 2010, 01:17 PM
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Thanks for the generous comments Peter! Can't wait to see what you do with yours!
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Hopefully by next weekend I'll have done enough work to start a thread and post some progress photos. So far, getting back into the saddle and getting use to everything that's new and exciting, is taking a while.
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Unread December 6th, 2010, 06:28 AM
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Outstanding build Scot!!

Thanks for posting

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Good work on the jet. Nice to see some early Warlords loving.

Got a Tamiya 1/32 jet lined up to wear those markings.
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Unread December 10th, 2010, 04:02 PM
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Thanks Craig! The decals were were awesome.

The one thing that wasn't sure about was how the flat black terminated past the rear canopy.Did I get that right? I had nothing to work with other than the side profiles on the instruction sheet.
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Ok Scott that came our great Love those markings.

I still have a couple of those kits in my stash since I still think they are pretty good, even to this day. Of course I have even more of the Hasegawa kits.

Also, I see you turned your nose wheel which I do on almost every jet kit I do. I think it looks more dynamic on the model.

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Unread December 10th, 2010, 06:38 PM
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From the photos I have, they don't show a whole lot more, but that cheatline compares favourably. I'd call it good to go.
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Unread December 11th, 2010, 01:08 PM
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Scot
Terrific work on the Monogram F4J. Finish an markings are spot on.
I'm getting started on my first kit in over 30 years; Hasegawa's F4J with Cam Pro Decals for VMF-451, as she looked in 1976.
Peter
Thanks for the compliment Peter! Can't wait to see yours!

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Outstanding build Scot!!

Thanks for posting

Kevin

Thanks Kevin! I appreciate that!

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Ok Scott that came our great Love those markings.


Also, I see you turned your nose wheel which I do on almost every jet kit I do. I think it looks more dynamic on the model.

Cheers
Chris
Thanks for the comments Chris! Glad you like! I agree on the nosewheel.It's the first time I've tried that...and it won't be the last.


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From the photos I have, they don't show a whole lot more, but that cheatline compares favourably. I'd call it good to go.
Thanks Craig!

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