F-14 Tomcat 1:32 fiber optics

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  1. Junkers88A1

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    has anybody ever done some fiberoptics in a plastickit..me and my friend is doing a 1:32 tomcat and we have drilled holes in the instrumnetpanel ( acording to the original version ) painted the tips if the fiberoptics with correct colours and put light to it..its really a neat thing and gives a very good effect.. soory for the blurred pictures..will take some on tripod soon

    as i need to take pictures without flash to show the effect of the fiberoptics..
     

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    COOL!!!!!

    8)
     
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    Spooky! Great idea though.
     
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    Wow looks very impressive.
     
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    Awesome ,looks very cool
     
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    thanks.

    i will get some better pics soon :)
     
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    Wow, fantastic! I never actually thought of doing that.
     
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    That's awesomely way cool!
     
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    How have you got them connected? Are they connected to LED's that run back into the fuselage and then connected to a switch?
     
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    WOW that is a great idea!8)
     
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    hi

    its not conneted yet.. i will put them all in a false "ground power unit " tupe..make that go thru a hatch in the tarmac.. and then connected to a sealed of LED underneath the tarmac !! that will be connected to a switch ..so they can be turned on and off !! i only need one lightsource as the tips of the fiberglass is painted with different colours ( see thru glass paint )
     
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    Thats quite clever and very cool. Great job!!!
     
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    OK gotcha. Awesome planning!
     
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    oh man that is sweet, good job man
     
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    oh my god

    ~that 's cool
     
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    thanks. me and my friend ( the museums modellbuilder will get working on it asap so i can post some better pictures and show how it really looks ! that is just awsoem and petter has done a tremendous work with the fiberoptics.. the end resalult will be awsome

    Guttorm
     
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    Thats way cool!!!
     
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