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Headhunter88

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  1. Humbrol Clear (125ml)

    I used water as a thinner and i got much better effects
  2. Humbrol Clear (125ml)

    I'll try and write what i see
  3. Humbrol Clear (125ml)

    Hello, i have problem with spraying this Humbrol product by airbrush. It comes out very slowly just like not well thinned. I didn't use any thinners. Just shaked the bottle before using. Anybody have similar problem? Do you thinning this product with something?
  4. 1:72 Medicopter 117

    Thanks for interest and positive comments
  5. Hey hi hello. Here's mine 1:72 Revell BK-117. Painting is taken from 90's TV series Medicopter 117. It took me over 2 months to complete this set. Build OOB (except stretcher), painted with Humbrol and Testors oils and varnished also by their products. I didn't put wash on it because in series there was always clean and shiny chopper Hardest step in this set was masking and painting line between red and yellow. Aplying some decals was also challenge (about 5 hours it took me to complete all decals...) Some photos - please comment.
  6. 1:72 Hobbyboss AH-64D Apache Longbow

    I was trying to do something like this: http://www.hyperscale.com/2015/galleries/ah64dapache72vs_1.htm
  7. Hi, my newest child Below all my mistakes and opinions: a) model was painted Gunze H, MR Surfacer 1200 as a first coat, preshading (which disappeared of course) oil humbrol, gloss varnish humbrol AC7431-BAD choice, unfortunately gunze paint cracked and grey stains were visible on decals,matt lacquer was Gunze H20, which was excellent choice, c) after i used some oil painst for wash, i tried some dust pigment (desert sand effects) which interefered with this oil wash, c) acrylic paints allowed me for the first time keep my glass parts clean and free from fog, d) i didn't focused on little details or mistakes, because i wanted to try some new methods and modelling products, i also moving out so i had some influence od my modeling time and space e) preovius factor also concers quality of photos (which i also try to improve) f) this funny sheet on canopy wasn't my idea for the first time but unfortunately windscreen cracred little a bit over CP/G seat during cutting doors... Comments are welcome
  8. TEDAC in AH-64D Saraf

    Hello, is it possible that some of israeli AH-64D have TEDAC monitor, despite they have older (first) version of TADS/PNVS?? I thought that TEDAC was connected only with Arrowhead system.
  9. AH-1Z gun slavery

    Hello, AH-1Z is very advanced chopper and i heard that it's gun slavery system is much different than in AH-1W and older Cobra models (wire connected to gunner helmet). So maybe it's something common to AH-64 (IR detectors in cockpit)? Anyone could write something more in this subject (beside clissified infos of course:)?
  10. AH-64 number in US service

    Hi, does anyone has informations about circa number of AH-64's in US service at now? IMHO they should have around 700 of them but maybe i am wrong.
  11. Longbow Hellfire production stop

    Nothing to apologise :-) i really didn't understand your words, are you Apache pilot or mechanican?
  12. Longbow Hellfire production stop

    Could you be more concrete?
  13. Longbow Hellfire production stop

    I read that US stopped production of Longbow Hellfire missiles in 2005. Could somebody confirm? If yes could anybody gave the reason? And for what purposes they use radars on AH-64's although they didn't use radar guided missiles?
  14. 1:72 Revell RAH-66 Comanche

    I am very happy when i am reading good opinions. Even if model isn't outstanding it's a reward for my hard work and encouragement for next projects.
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