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A Superfortress the size of a hummingbird - but more akin to a hawk - the Douglas A-4 Skyhawk was the US’s principle attack aircraft during Vietnam. Light and easy to repair, and it’s capability to land on old WWII aircraft carriers made it also a common export fighter, seeing operational use with Argentina, Brazil and Indonesia.


This replica was constructed in a similar way to my previous F11F replica, using flag blueprints, and constructing the fuselage out of fuel tanks and landing gears - only to higher degree of standards. I also used a different method for making the vertical stabalizer - using grip pads and flags for a much smoother finish compared to regular wing panels.


With the ability to essentially place 3D blueprints into the SPH, you can create ultra-accurate replicas




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