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Old 02-22-2021, 09:56 AM
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I love that series of F-100. It's only missing the RF-100A (4 examples used by the USAF and ROCAF).

Great looking F-15 S/MTD, Waylon.
Thanks Cafe, I could only say that it was just only a “taking shot working on” template to be honest
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Old 02-22-2021, 11:13 AM
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Well, for what I read at the last posts is very nice to hear from JohnM again, SEPECAT Jaguar from Master Cafe is awesome and I'll assemble it along a paid version for reviewing both; some exercise as we're doing on FaceBook forums with Bruno's A-10 Thunderbolt II. And the 1/300 scale warriors that stay in that scale for several reasons. We all are waiting for the return of the Jedi. Best Regards, Tony.
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Old 02-22-2021, 12:01 PM
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The main documentation I'm using for these french Jags is this page (in french). I wish the pics showing the stores and pylons were bigger.
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Old 02-22-2021, 06:51 PM
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Thank you Carlos. Are you considering posting your jaguars?
They look very cool.
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Old 02-22-2021, 06:53 PM
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Hello Here again
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Here's the template of the recolored and modified F-15B STOL/MTD and ACTIVE set, hot you like it and lemme know if there's any inconsistencies in it, I'm gonna post here about working on with the engine section of the STOL/MTD version later
Thank you very much Waylon, nice recolor and adaptation!
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Old 02-23-2021, 01:56 AM
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Thank you Carlos. Are you considering posting your jaguars?
They look very cool.
Here are the basic liveries in 1:300.

And now the caveats:

I haven't done any individual markings yet. The problem with doing french planes is that you'll usually need pictures of the 2 sides of the fin to verify which badge goes on which side. Some units originally created during WW2 (wether in the RAF or Soviet Air Force) use the same badge on both sides.

The roundels are the later type (smaller and without the yellow outline). An early green/grey Jaguar from the 70ies to 1982(-ish) would need the older and larger version.

The bulge that goes under the nose is a total improvisation and is best ignored. It was a proof of concept on my part. The early version was shorter as it only included the camera. It was lengthened for the laser telemeter.

The drop tank is the one I did for Chaiwatkom's Mirage F1.

I'm don't know whether any two-seater was ever painted in the palest scheme (labelled Gulf War #2).
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Old 02-23-2021, 03:17 AM
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The drop tank is the one I did for Chaiwatkom's Mirage F1.
The RP35 of the Mirage F1 and the RP36 of the Jaguar look externally indentical to me.
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Old 02-25-2021, 09:40 AM
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Hello here again on this Thread

After I made the modified and recolored F-15B STOL/MTD and ACTIVE, I now shifted again on doing recolors of the B-52 Stratofortresses, this time an H-model bearing the serial no. 60-0057, the one that bears the nose art named "Someplace Special" along with the D-Day "Invasion Stripes", which I think was assigned to the 410th Bombardment Wing, 644th Bomb Squadron in 1980s.

*I used my previously recolored B-52G with SIOP markings as the base template, I think there's not much adjustments needed on the camouflage scheme itself, except for the nose and bulging side section which I think it is a little bit in yellow color. I started working on the recolor with the Invasion Stripes on the wings, underside of the belly fuselage and the rudder plus changing its serial numbers. Followed by making the insignia of the 410th Bomb Wing and the 644th bomb Squadron (Fist with wings) and the rainbow which was linked to a white shape below and the stencil of the "Someplace Special", followed by adding an orange color circle I think on the center near the front of the wing roots. And lastly, adding the "5D-C" fuselage code that were seated on the sides of the roundel.

Photo of the Mentioned B-52H for reference, taken from Pinterest:


Here's the template of my personal recolored "Someplace Special" B-52H, hope you like it and lemme know if there's any inconsistencies in it
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Old 02-25-2021, 11:04 AM
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Very well do it Andrei!!!! This scheme was used by this BUFF during a bombardment contest at United Kingdom and surprisingly (not much) RAF Vulcans were the winners. I didn't finish NOBI's SIOP scheme yet (I ruined some laser printed wings!!) and almost complete your Desert Storm Dark Grey recolor and then I'll give this recolor a try. Many Thanks for this recolor. Keep Buffing with the Buff!!!!! Regards, Tony.
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Old 02-25-2021, 11:24 AM
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Very well do it Andrei!!!! This scheme was used by this BUFF during a bombardment contest at United Kingdom and surprisingly (not much) RAF Vulcans were the winners. I didn't finish NOBI's SIOP scheme yet (I ruined some laser printed wings!!) and almost complete your Desert Storm Dark Grey recolor and then I'll give this recolor a try. Many Thanks for this recolor. Keep Buffing with the Buff!!!!! Regards, Tony.

Thank you for the very much appreciation on my recolor Tony
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