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Old 07-08-2013, 08:02 AM
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I need to slow down. this becomes inhuman.
I admit, I already had the F-104 but not in camo and not built.

still not sure what the next one will be.
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Old 07-08-2013, 08:46 AM
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The belgian birds are pretty. I wish I could be as fast as you!
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Speed works at the cost of detail.

Anyway I would not have the patience to work for days or weeks on these magnificent and detailed models you can find on this site. Yesterday I looked at the Apollo command module. Woaw. My own version only has a few parts. But then I do have it in three versions: one with SM, one without and one in the water with floats.

In the meantime I started the Hawker Hunter. I'll try to post the result tomorrow.

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The Hunter is finished. Took the camo version. I think this one was called the NATO camouflage, somewhere in the 50ties. I did not want to do this one in "red devil" colors.

I'll try the fouga magister.

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So that's what a Fouga Magister looks like before and after its construction. I think this will be my last red devil plane.
the next one, in the Belgian Air Force models, will be the Dassault Mirage VBA or BR.
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Really nice models. The F-104 in camo is striking.
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Is really impressive the quality and fast for design and build!
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Let alone the models... the non-working days are insane!

Let the free days come flying in these little gems!
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That one has been on my to-do list for a long time. Seeing what you did is giving me hope. I'll need to locate my WIP file though.

(but mine will be a Patrouille de France bird)
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So that's what a Fouga Magister looks like before and after its construction. I think this will be my last red devil plane.
the next one, in the Belgian Air Force models, will be the Dassault Mirage VBA or BR.
very nice model, you are doing a good job.


what paper do you print the model? i meen the paper thickness or the paper weight?

for example, i use A4 160 gram to 1:50,1:33,1:24

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