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roadrunner

SG-38 Special Hobby 1/48.......

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Beautiful build, my father used to fly these things down a slope nearby Lisbon, while on the "Portuguese Youth", our copy of the "Hiltler Jugend"!

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Fantastic ! You made a gem out of it! Looks much more better than mine as You can see . Superb photography 

 

all the best

 

Andy 

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That's a little gem and has already been commented on, I too love the way you have mimicked the structure showing through the 'fabric' covering. Lovely job.

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That's absolutely gorgeous. It looks so delicate and beautifully detailed/finished.

ATB

Rick

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What a jewel - beautiful!

 

I'm not sure who's braver - you for taking on this modelling challenge or the pilot strapping in to fly the real thing!?!

 

lovely!

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I can only echo what has been said above.

Well done

Richard

 

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Beautiful model of this important little plane. The illusion of semi-translucent linen is perfect!

 

A build to be proud of.

 

Kind regards,

 

Joachim

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Fantastic model that looks like someone scaled down the real thing , I especially admire the effort that went into highlighting the ribbing !  

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Really nice build and finish, looks great

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