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WildeSau75

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  1. nice build of an unusual subject. what was the intention of using this undercarriage?
  2. I agree - depends on the actual state of the aircraft. Usually closed when stationary was what I thought too. Cheers, Michael
  3. thanks for pointing this out - never too late to learn something new! I too guess this are then flaperon positions. Check pics of turning Phantoms and you will see the ailerons workimg in opposite directions - but makes this model definitely looking "right". Sorry for the wrong information.
  4. more than welcome mate - the one pointing downwards creates more lift and the one pointing upwards decreases lift and thus makes the aircraft rolling to the respective direction. Good luck with your next build - looking forward to it. Cheees, Michael
  5. lovely builds - like the scheme. I guess you made show both ailerons pointing downwards - they should point in opposite directions.
  6. especially like the Swiss Mosquito - ok, I might be a bit biased
  7. Very nicwhat an elegant airplane when looking at it from the side, and what a sturdy looking plane when öooking from the,top. Excellent job!
  8. wow - this is a real winner - always liked the Papagei Staffel machines. cheers, Michael
  9. Man, what a stunning model. I am Swiss and always loved the Swiss Airforce Mirages - you did it more than justice. congrats and hat off. I do have the kit too and will be happy if mine turns out only half as good as yours. Cheers, Michael PS: for those interested - here a video of the real deal (IIIRS recce) flying in the Swiss alps:
  10. this one turned out very nice - always liked the bird and did it more than justice. Cheers, Michael
  11. I cannot believe that this is your 4th model! I have built around 40 models when I was around 12, 13 years old - ok I wouldn't count them really since I glued more my fingers than anything else and didn't even care to paint my model - and around another 5 since I re-entered the hobby but none of my builds ever looked as good as this Spitfire. I am impressed - a real winner that you have there. Looking forward to see your 10th model
  12. what a lovely build - my only critique: it's not a Swiss Mirage III - what colors did you use for scheme? cheers, Michael
  13. Lovely Dora - looks just great. Cheers, Michael
  14. looks convincing to my eye - I like it. Cheers, Michael
  15. no, I don't like it - I LOVE it! What a convincing build of this iconic warbird - great job. Cheers, Michael
  16. nice model,of a special bird in a attractive scheme. like it. cheers, Michael
  17. wow - thats a real winner that you have there. what kit? cheers, Michael
  18. Lovely build Cedric - looks very convincing to my eyes. Greetings from Zurich. Cheers, Michael
  19. Wow - congrats to a really beautiful model. I would say this one of the best looking Spitfire models I have seen this year. Cheers, Michael
  20. Lovely build of one of the most iconic fighter jets ever. You did this bird justice. Cheers, Michael
  21. Wow -a real winner that you have there. Like the beautiful photos.... Cheers, Michael
  22. Yup, looks like a Zero to me. Really nice job. Cheers, Michael
  23. What a stunning model - you did a great job and created a real winner. Cheers, Michael
  24. Fuc...that is incredibly good - easily one of the best Hunters I have seen. Great pictures too. The only suggestion for a correction: Swiss air force markings Cheers, Michael
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