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A top view

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The missile launch arms are really detailed, and the wash really picks out the recesses - thanks for all the missile colour information.

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Walkaround... funny how the two tone green/grey blends under certain lighting conditions.

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I love this mean front on look :D B)

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Bottom with the centerline tank in place.

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Wing folding sequence 1

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Wing folding sequence 2

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Wing folding sequence 3

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Wing folding sequence 4

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Ready for the carrier!

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I love that fact that all the underside stores and landing gears are removeable after construction!

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Even the missles come off the launch arms. Note the forward sensor array with the blue lenses.

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The forward landing gear hatch is snapped in place, there are little blunt ended pegs that also fill in the rear landing gear holes - but I didn't put them in here, I think they might be hard to remove after. Its kind of wierd that there is no rear gear well - its like this in all the line art as well as the resin kit - hmm, I guess the gear magically dissappears :p

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Stripped and ready for a dash!

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A shot with the older brother...

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A shot from the borrowed coat hanger from the Supersylph

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Here's a size comparison with the 1/72 Hasegawa VF-1A

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Here's the family shot everyone asked for. The stuff on the top shelf is from when I was in high-school. Its only the stuff on the lower shelf that I started back up again in the last four years.

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Oh!! The sun is out, wow, what a difference the sun makes - there's no light like it. This is taken on a white foamcore board with the exposure set a one full stop over-exposure to try and get the background white so the grey/green reads true.

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Sorry for wasting your time with the previous posts with indoor indirect lighting.

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With enough light, everything is sharp.

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The metal gleams in the sunlight...

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Looks really nice man, so how do you decide which panel lines to shade or do you do all of them?

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Likey!

I like the first set of pics, too...almost like you're seeing it before a rainstorm hits, or on a really cloudy day. Which might explain the lighting, but...

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