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carter478

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  1. I have reupload the photos, sorry about that!
  2. The P.13a was an experimental interceptor aircraft designed in late 1944 by Dr. Alexander Lippisch, as conventional fuels were in short supply, proposed to powered by coal-burning ramjet. It never past the drawing board. The mesh drum holding coal granules and revolving, ignited by gas burner once it reached operating speed(red box). Huh......yes, it could not get there on itself, maybe need to shot off or towed. This PM Model's kit was extremely simple and not fitted well, must have to add some panel lines on it. Here is the result: Thanks for your watching!
  3. Condor 1/72 MiG-25PD Foxbat

    Thanks for all of the kind words!
  4. Condor 1/72 MiG-25PD Foxbat

    Thanks for your kind comment, and nice hind.( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
  5. Condor 1/72 MiG-25PD Foxbat

    Just take more patience, it will be worth it~
  6. Condor 1/72 MiG-25PD Foxbat

    Thanks a lot for your kind words~
  7. Condor 1/72 MiG-25PD Foxbat

    I’m glad you like it! (´・∀・`)
  8. Condor 1/72 MiG-25PD Foxbat

    Nice job mate! This classic kit really bring me back to the cold war~
  9. The MiG-25, sheerly a flying steel beast of the cold war. Although build with low-tech, however, it is still one of the fastest and highest-flying military aircraft of history. The shape of pitot tube was wrong, so I removed the "branches".(="=??) Enlengthen the nose cone for about 3mm by plastic sheet according to the blueprint. This kit fitted not well as I expected, massive gap between the fuselage and wing, moreover, terrible step on the nose connection as you can see...... Thankfully, it turned out okay, here is the result: By the way, it was my second military model that I purchased, where did the courage come from? Tremendous nozzles, just ask the hind pilots (it is unfinished, sorry about that)! Such a romantic!!! (to me=..=) Thanks for your watching and see you next time!
  10. Trumpeter 1/144 F-23

    Although YF-23 was defeated by the YF-22, but the futuristic looking and powerful performance still fasinated me. The kit itself was simple and easy to assemble. Just build it for leisure and let my imagination fly~ Incorrect structure blocked the exhaust, do not hesitate, just resect it. ="= I took this picture as reference. The highly color variety of stealth coating always hard to present...... Thanks for your watching!
  11. Although YF-23 was defeated by the YF-22, but the futuristic looking and powerful performance still fasinated me. The kit itself was simple and easy to assemble. Just build it for leisure and let my imagination fly~ Incorrect structure blocked the exhaust, do not hesitate, just resect it. ="= I took this picture as reference. The highly color variety of stealth coating always hard to present...... Thanks for your watching!
  12. Appreciate for your explanation LostCosmonauts! Now I have learned two new terms.
  13. I'm so glad you like it, cheers mate! By the way, what's the meaning of "have a little cracker"? Just out of curiosity.
  14. Here is Hasegawa J-35Ö in 1/72th scale. The kit consistent nice recessesed panel lines and details expect for cockpit and wheel bay. Maybe due to its age, the decals was extremely fragile, terrible to work with. I painted it with acrylic paint and applied matte finish. I added plastic sheet and copper wires in the wheel bay, not so accurate, I know. The shape of vertical fin tip was incorrect, I sawed it off and replaced with carved plastic sheet. Air intake added by modified part C1. Carved the rear fuselage to replace with new air brakes that made by aluminum sheet. Added antenna with part E5, it did not mentioned on the manual. More antennas...... Thanks for your watching, and appologize for my lame english.
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