Re: RE: 1/32nd JSDF Pilot figures?? Name: Andrew Birkbeck Date: 2004/05/18(Tue) 03:35 No.104
Hello, Kazuo: Thank you very much for taking the time to inquire for me. I will have to make the decals myself with an alps printer, don't know what I will do about the figures. Cheers, Andrew B
> Hello Andrew, sorry for late reply. > > I asked some of my friends, but unfortunately I can not find figures and decals in 1/32 scale. > The shop "Base Operation" released Senkyo-Decals as 1/32 1 or 2 years ago, but it is not available now. > > Thanks, > Kazuo.
Re: discovery of the site....... Name: Kazuo Date: 2004/05/12(Wed) 22:26 No.103
Hello Didier, It is my pleasure! :-)
Please feel free to use this site if you have any difficulty about F-15J/DJ.
discovery of the site....... Name: Didier Date: 2004/05/10(Mon) 20:29 No.102
What a delight to discover this AMAZING site !
I LOVE the Eagle and the JASDF knows how to color them....
Great Job and keep on posting F-15 DJ in agressor scheme the greatest aicraft around the globe....
I was looking for pix for years since I bought the Hasegawa kit with special edition decals. Today I'm the happiest guy around !
Mr.Saito answered your question. Fakers in '84-Senkyo are following.
202sq: 830, 841
Re: Model Art book on Senkyo camo&markings Name: Mario Holly Date: 2004/05/07(Fri) 03:01 No.99
Konnichi-wa Kazuo-san! Yes, I'll send you scans as soon as possible. Since this is for personal use only there is no copyright violation at all. And that link is extremely helpful! Domo arigato gozaimasu! Mario
たぐちさん, hello. Yes, you're right! There was no F-15J Section as such in 1984.
However, looking the schedule (in Green Arrow's book 79-00 JASDF Senkyo Special Markings), it seems that both the 202 and the 203 Sqs acted as "escort fighters" (indeed, in the Senkyo story section it says "フェイカー機として参加" refering to the F-15J units, I believe).
Then, I have found two pictures, both dated November 1984 (the month the Senkyo was held). The place seems to be Komatsu AB (I'm not sure). One shows 830. The other shows a 3Sq F-1 with the large sharkmouth worn by the unit that year.
That's why I thought 830 could be one of those "escort" machines and asked for yor help.
If you're interested, I can put its picture on your picture-bbs, or send to you via mail.
(Please, convey Mr.Komatsu my congratulations for his great faker pictures. They are just BEAUTIFUL!!!!)
Model Art book on Senkyo camo&markings Name: Mario Holly Date: 2004/05/06(Thu) 05:30 No.94
Konnichi-wa Kazuo-san and all JASDF fans! In the subject book there are some very interesting camos of F-104J Eiko (I know there are F-15s too but need Eiko this time). Certain schemes are in black&white calling out actual colors applied. As I cann't read japanese is there anybody out there who has the book and can help me translate names of these colors? Domo arigato gozaimasu! Mario
たぐちさん, hello. Could you please help me? Do you know, or could ask, the 202/203 Sq participating machines in the '84戦競? I believe 830 was one of them, but I'm not sure. Thank you so much. Javi
Re: no subject Name: phoenix Date: 2004/05/04(Tue) 11:45 No.91 [Reply]
Hi Mario, The Hornet I'm making now seems to be going along better than the T-4. I'm painting better and so far I'm not losing any pieces or decals. I'm going to build a few more kits other than the F-15, so I can practice on metalic paint and stuff. And when I get better at that, I'm planning on making about 5 F-15s, and 3 of them are special paintings. But the special paintings kits are expensive, I can't stock them before they might go out of sale. About 2500yen, 25 or 26 dollars. I don't get much money so it's hard on me.
And I also do want to ride the F-15 at least. Even if I couldn't go through the training, I want a ride, while I've my 5 senses working properly.