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Seversky

Shenyang FT-6 Trainer (1/32 Trumpeter)

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Awesome build there, looks fantastic

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The overall finish is stunning, but those landing gear bays with the associated hydraulic piping etc are just WOW :o

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Mind-blowing attention to detail.

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Hi there,

 

CLASSIC BUILD.

You guys at LSP are making incredible work in 1:32.

I am in love with the paint job,I like especially the weathering.

 

Regards,Laz

 

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REALLY like this, it's absolutely beautiful, fantastic attention to detail.

 

Eng

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Oh thats very very nice! Amazing attention to detail. I find the cockpit quite interesting, i take it front and back are separated by that 'windshield' (for want of a better term)? Why is that?

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Superb modelling, with weathering controlled by an artist's eye.

 

It's amazing how that open hatch showing some engine (?) detail creates the illusion that the whole fuselage is a thin metal shell, crammed with machinery. Awesome work.

 

Kind regards,

 

Joachim

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Absolutely stunning, I echo all the previous comments. It would be hard to differentiate from the real thing if photographed outside.

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9 hours ago, nick32 said:

I find the cockpit quite interesting, i take it front and back are separated by that 'windshield' (for want of a better term)? Why is that?

Windshield - is this is a standard practice for two-seater fighter aircraft with separate tail glass parts of cockpit.
This is done to protect the rear pilot, in case the first is forced to catapult.

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Impressive model! Very nice paint & weathering job! I love the open access panel, it gives some nice dynamic to the overall subject!

 

Congrats

 

Frank

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