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Despy

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About Despy

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    Music (bass), heavy metal, inlay work, science-fiction, life, universe and everything

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  1. Thank you I've bought from Daco's website. It measures about 32 cm, 737 being one of smaller aircraft. It comes with the decals, actually it looks like you buy the lovely decals and a very simple body comes with them for free.
  2. It is not a proper model kit but it was nice for practicing painting and applying decal for me. A short note to ones that will build this model: you need Daco decal setting for the decals. I've bought Daco decal setting thing years ago and after I tried once, I found it was not working as MicroSol. When applying the decals of this model, MicroSet-MicroSol pair did not work as they should, so I went with Daco one and it worked perfectly. So it means there are different kind of decals needing different setting solutions.
  3. Because it is not officially announced by Bandai that they'll release it. They showed it in an exhibition like they did with walking AT-AT and big scale Star Destroyer that never made it to the production. For B-wing, I'm sure that will not be the case but Bandai made no official announcement that they'd be releasing a B-wing
  4. Despy

    Anechoic Tile Decals?

    During my HMS Ambush build, I've made my own
  5. I haven't taken enough picture to make a WIP, so I'd share few steps here if you don't mind. The resin winglets (Contrails) is a must for this kit as Revell's winglets are wrongly shaped. Very few sunken area to fill And not so much headaches
  6. Let's put some color to the sky. It took me 7 years to finish it, this bird was almost finished and waited so long that I add landing gear. Eventhough the decals (Two Six Decals) were a little pixelated for my taste, the livery is so colorful and joy bringing that you overlook easily.
  7. After this video I can say Korkut is ordered by manufacturer Aselsan as a pre-assembled/painted display kit and if they'll be offering as a model kit is not a sure thing (but they'll probably release)
  8. Just saw this video with Mr. Tansoy (the owner of Tan Model), so some translation helps for you Well it proves me in many points. Bayraktar (the UAV) was a work ordered by the manufacturer Baykar. Korkut was again ordered by Aselsan, the manufacturer of SPAAG and not as a kit but a pre-assembled/painted kit that will be presented to mostly officers etc. They are still not sure if they'll be releasing it as a model kit. He said, they have to freeze other projects while trying to deliver those two projects (Korkut has not been delivered yet) and they'll return to their project as soon as Korkut is delivered. He than mentions the projects by telling 1/32 Su-33 first. He tells some of the molds are even made (we knew that) Than he speaks about 1/32 F-4E and some variants, than F-5A and F-5B and variants and 1/32 T-38. He doesn't speak about Bucaneer in this particular video. It does not mean they've dropped the idea but I wouldn't hold my breath. Again I'm sure Mr.Tansoy will soon drop some information here. To make it clear: I don't know them, nor have any relation. I just want to help BM'ers with what's going on by translating
  9. It's not a proper model kit but Hasbro will probably be releasing Jabba's Sail Barge (The Khetanna) with something that looks like a kickstarter project. Sold only in the states (being around 120 cm, it will be hell to try to have it shipped somewhere else). It has a huge potential for customization. https://www.hasbrolab.com/
  10. From what I've read on their Facebook, they'll be soon launching their renewed webpage in English. They produced a Turkish UAV model kit:Bayraktar, probably sponsored by the manufacturer of the real aircraft and they are doing a Turkish self-propelled anti-aircraft vehicle: Korkut, again my guess is, they are backed by the manufacturer of the real thing. They've prepared also an already assembled/painted ones that will probably presented as a gift by the manufacturer. It seems, they were busy with the cash cow and after they finish their commitments they'll return their attention to their announced model kits and again with my guess first with the Su-33. All are my guesses, I'm sure they'll be soon officially informing all of us (after Korkut is released).
  11. An assembled/painted version is prepared as well:
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