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About Val_Ukraine

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  • Birthday 01/05/1963

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    1930s-1950s aviation

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  1. She is beautiful! And the take-off pose is very realistic!
  2. Absolutely magnificent build! And that rivets really add to the model.
  3. Very nice and clean build! I have to assemble mine at last!
  4. WOW! You've scored a big success with this big thing!
  5. Great birdie, magnificent weathering and nice story!
  6. She's very pretty! You've made a great job! Everyone of us can see that he could do it better after the model is finished ... Such is the modeler's curse!
  7. Absolutely fantastic! And great paintwork on the pilots!
  8. Thanks Joachim! I've wondered about that. And it is not very hard to correct my mistake. I'll do that.
  9. I've assembled such kit a while ago. And I can congratulate you as it is not a piece of cake. Very nice work!
  10. Thank you Patrick! This overall black Hurricane I've wanted to put on the shelf from the very beginning of my modelling hobby. So it took me less than 50 years to make it true. Thanks Gary! Her larger twin is very attractive! Looks like elder sister!
  11. Very nice new kit from Polish Arma Hobby company. Easily the best Hurricane kit in the scale. No filler needed if you take some care preparing the parts for gluing. The only shortcoming is clear parts that are a bit on the thick side. I've managed to spoil the original LK-A letters so these on the model are from quite old Legato kit. And I decided to do almost no weathering as I like this livery clean. Thanks for viewing!
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