Thursday, February 12, 2009

Another Tomcat update

I've finally found the time to add some detail to the cockpit....

Some areas still miss some detail, but the outer model is almost done!

Just a couple of pictures that show some progress in the cockpit area. At present, the areas that need some more work are the rudder, the weapon stations, the refuel probe and the special effects.Hopefully I'll find some time to complete the outer model in the next weekend.

2 comments:

Bob said...

Awesome F-14. Keep up the good work.

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