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Ignacio

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About Ignacio

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  • Birthday 19/07/1983

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    Uruguay

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  1. Thanks Pete! I´m not completely satisfied with how some things ended up. One always have "my best model so far", and this is not. I always try to improve my skills and results, and I made several mistakes on this one for being a fool... Maybe you can´t tell by the photos, but I know there are! Best regards. Ignacio
  2. Looking forward to see yours! Thanks for all your comments guys! Ignacio
  3. Thanks guys! Very kind comments! Best regards. Ignacio
  4. Thanks for your comments Troy! Yes I add seat belts to all my models! I used the kit´s canopy as a mould. As the vacuformed plastic goes above the original part, it fits very well on the spine. Regards. Ignacio
  5. Thanks very much Ivand! And thanks to all you guys for your kind words! Really appreciated! Ignacio
  6. Hi folks! This is mas last completion, the really good Airfix Hurricane Mk.I in 1/72. Straight from the box. The only modification is that I vacuformed the sliding canopy. I hope you like it, althought I made several mistakes and it´s not my best kit. Best regards from Uruguay! Ignacio
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    1/72 ICM Fw - 189

    Incredible work on those interiors!!! Regards Ignacio
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    Spitfire Mk 24 80 Squadron RAF

    Beautiful job on that Spit! Is it 1/72nd? Regards Ignacio
  9. I saw that photo and used it as a reference. It is a great one! What I could find is that not all ducks were painted the same way. Some were painted like mine, but some like the one on the background with light gray under the engine and tail. Most machines were all clean with no weathering at all. However I did some to add interest to the scheme. And I´m no expert!!! Best regards Ignacio
  10. Thanks very much! I used black stretched sprue. Ignacio
  11. I searched for some photos, used my imagination and spare decals to represent an aircraft based on some island in the pacific around 1943. There are not many photos of these machines, at least not very good ones from that period, so I did what I could. What is important is that I really enjoyed building this kit that I built when I was a kid many years ago. It was fun and easy! The best photos I found are here http://seawings.co.uk/ I´m really glad you like it and thanks very much for your kind words guys! Very appreciated! Ignacio
  12. thanks guys! Ignacio
  13. Hi Fellow modellers! This is my last of 2017. It´s the old Airfix Duck, It was a fun kit to build, and despite it´s age it´s very good. I added some details to the cockpit, vacuformed a new canopy using a mould made modifying the original, and replaced the engine with the Starfighter Decals Wright R1820. The engine was allso modified to later version and the cowling was thinned and the exhaust made from scratch. Decals are from Starfighter too and are of great quality. I hope you like it and every critics and comments are welcomed! Best regards from Uruguay Ignacio
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    Sukhoi Su-17M3 'Fitter-H'

    I followed the progress on Instagram. Please post a photo of the seat! How many pieces? Beautiful work as usual! Best regards. Ignacio
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    Fw 190A-5 ProfiPACK - 1/72 Eduard

    Very nice NIco!!! You are an "experten"!!!!
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