The video (below) gives a good feel for George's work, especially the sound-chip side of things - which works just great.
George used various bought-in extras, such as part of the Flightpath photo-etch set, a resin ejection seat from Heritage Models, while other parts were scratch-built.
A Matador flies above the Spanish aircraft carrier Dedalo (above) while another rest on the tarmac at a shore station. For detail lovers this aircraft features a wealth of tasty lumps, bumps, antennas, and other protruberances!
George's work gives us a real itch to make a Harrier model again. It's a huge pity that UK forces no longer fly the remarkable machine in real life, but there's no shortage of kits finished in home-team markings.
And here too, including interesting alternatives from Italeri, Hasegawa, Revell, and Tamiya.
Thanks for George Mustafa for the info and pix. Plenty more to see here.