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Discussion in 'Aircraft & Aviation' started by Nothing, Mar 24, 2008.
It's from Colombia
Our Phil. AF considered having the Super Tucano to complement our OV-10s here, but so far, with all the ruckus in the government, no upgrades are planned for a very long time...
That would be a killer scheme. Don't forget the USAF trainer scheme!
i didnt know about this, do you have any pics of?
Do you have some pics of it? I couldn't find any
Does the USAF fly the Super Tucano? I thought that they used the Texan (Harvard) II? Which is a Pilatus design if I am not mistaken.
Rick is right.... both the Navy and the Air Force use the Raython T-6 Texan II, although it does look similar so it's easy to confuse them..........
Any chance you can do a Pilatus Mexican scheme also?
Sorry Milenio3... Pilatus isn't in my planes... Let's see if someone here gets it.
got a little bit done with the canopy.
i dont know if you can tell from this picture but i spent some time on some details here.
The airplane is looking awesome. I am following your build with great interest. Thank you.
Very nice canopy there.
Did you use Low tech canopy theraforming technique?
Wow! Details are coming nicely!!!
That canopy just topped the build!
Really great work!!
thanks guys. its been a long time since ive been this passionate about a model.
i spent friday night and most of saturday making and casting a form and trying to form plastic around it. it all failed. i think i might have had the wrong type of plastic. this is a 1/33 f-16 canopy trimmed down. it was a perfect fit.
as i suspected earlier my cockpit placement was wrong, so instead of gluing the framework over it( which made the frame stick out too much) i hand painted it. i first painted it grey then painted the green over it. so when you look inside the interior frames are grey.
Thanks, guys! My mistake.
I agree... the canopy looks great, and the details are superb!
This is a great model!!
Very clean canopy!!!