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IPMS19

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  1. - Vielen Danke to have put this old thread to the light again. I wish you the best for your kit bashing. It had been easier than I thought at first with the Sol transkit for an Su 33; I don't know the one from wolpack but I guess the adaptation on the Su-27 shouldn't pose major problem as it has been taylorded for. - If I can can give you an advice, use as much parts of the main kit as possible - The result can be seen somewhere in my profile.
  2. Looks great, of an horrible horror you've made a top-model........
  3. - I've seen the WIP in the last Cocardes magazine you've done an excellent job .I dream of a 1/48 kit of this monster..
  4. - I bought them from Hannants. The result is striking, it is a real progress compared to the photo etched set, no headache to fix the parts together and most of all this put a end to the flat cylindrical parts technically impossible with photoetched parts.
  5. You re right the KH is a bit more difficult to build but the final result is better
  6. -Very convincing réalisation......It's story in France is similar to that of TSR 2 one's in U.K
  7. - Hi Werner -I miss your post very good begening, where did you buy quinto stuff ?
  8. - Thank you - The ingraving being very light on this kit the traditionnals washes are difficult to fix in it so I used white oil paint direct from the tube with a flat brush and rubb the surfaces till the white paint remain in the ingraving only the rest being extended to visually desappear which has the advantage to give a subtile greyish shade to de camouflage rendering some effect of general weathering to the whole then sprayed matt varnish.It works perfecly on dark surfaces. - I think it will be unvisible on clear under surfaces and using dark oil paint will darken the clear shade but it could be interesting to try
  9. - Oh yes you'r awfully right it seems I had spent too much time the nose on the kit and was eager to end this building for another challenge. I will spray some matt varnish to alleviate the glossy brand new effect;
  10. - Coincidentaly, after the excellent KORALIK64 this is another Fitter two-seater. in 1/48 scale - This one is from HOBBY-BOSS. I had this in my stash, the one from KITTY-HAWK definitely better. - The ladder , platform and wheels shocks are from a new brand (to me) 3D printed stuff.
  11. - Excellent model the decals from the box gives the model an outstanding look...
  12. -Very nice Paul," I like your why not idea" It is surprising that without the smallest contact together we arrived at the same solution. This is mine and its TSR French counter part
  13. - Masterpiece of cockpit - It deserve to be exposed as a model by itself.......
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