Panavia Tornado IDS - Marineflieger

Finally finished. I am not completely satisfied with the end result. Too much time has passed, since I’ve began this project, Revell moulds have deteriorated quite a lot, Model Alliance decals failed on me, so I had to resort to ALPS printed HaHen ones, which aren’t bad, but not great. 92 more words

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Panavia Tornado; Marineflieger - 4

Hey everybody! I know, I know, it’s been a month since my last progress update but as you can see below, some progress has been made in the meantime. 137 more words

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Tornado Marineflieger - 3

Hi everybody! It seems that nothing much has been done in the past week but you probably know that feeling, when you spend hours on the model kit and little can be seen done. 146 more words

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Panavia Tornado; Marineflieger – 2

Update no.2!

Since this is gonna be wheels up model, gear bays were not installed. This in fact helped positioning the doors which fit rather decently in closed position and only a little bit of filling and sanding are needed for fixing them up. 147 more words

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Panavia Tornado; Marineflieger - 1

Next “work in progress” project I want to share with you is gonna be a German Navy (Marineflieger) Panavia Tornado IDS. I always liked the old-school look of white-grey Tornados armed with Kormoran anti-ship missiles, dashing low over Baltic Sea and that’s my vision I’ll try to recreate. 169 more words

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UH-1H Part 6

Unfortunately due to death in my family, I cannot show you much progress at this moment. Flat coat was added and clear parts unmasked. Rotor parts are just dryfitted for the looks. 68 more words

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UH-1H Part 5


After a nice coat of Alclad Grey primer preshade was done on certain areas which show heavy use on reference photos.

Main camo was done with ModelMaster Olive Drab and the tailboom was painted with a mix of previous colour and Revell 9 Anthrazite. 20 more words

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