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Ignacio

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About Ignacio

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  • Birthday 07/19/1983

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  1. That's a beautiful build Martin! I'm starting on a new working life right now and I'm not very regular here, but I always look for your updates. Best regards from Uruguay! Ignacio
  2. Martin, I've just took time to read your RFI text. I have to say It's admirable the level of atention you pay to the history and details on every build you do. This one is no exception. Also this is a top build, very neat and detailed. That open canopy looks super delicate and scale realistic and the extra work on the stabilators is great. I hope you regain your enthusiasm soon. I'm always looking forward to your projects. Saludos desde Uruguay! Ignacio
  3. Really nice Lysander! I had a similar adventure with the Airfix/MPM Wellington and when it was almost done, it ended up in the bin. And I must say it felt well! It´s not a sin to do that. Another kit that I decided to abandon is the Eduard Il-2 in 1/72nd. Not a very good kit, even compared with the old Smer or Eastern Express kits. For some reason,, kit companies sometimes decide to make new kits that are not better than older ones from other companies. Anyway, you won this battle! Best regards from Uruguay Ignacio
  4. Awesome build! Were did you put that giant once finished? Regards from Uruguay. Ignacio
  5. Fantastic job Martin! Really like the result and it was very interesting to follow your investigation on the subject and WIP. What´s next? Best regards Ignacio
  6. Hi Martin, I forgot about this project you are building! It's coming really nice! Ignacio
  7. You should go to jail for cutting that AD-5W to pieces!!!! Very interesting conversion ! Looking forward to see the result! Regards Ignacio
  8. Hello, I think I have the wheels of the Hobbycraft X-1. The only problem is I´m in Uruguay... I don´t know if is worthy to send them to you. Let me know Ignacio
  9. Really nice as always Martin! How do you compare the different P-51 kits? Wich one is better? Best regards Ignacio
  10. Simply beautiful Martin! I´m glad that the book was helpful. Anything you need from Uruguay just write me! Really nice to see my little great country represented! I would like to add that the cover of the book is a photo of an exhibition made in the main avenue in Montevideo, at the Municipal building. There were very significant aircraft: Grumman Hellcat and Avenger, Kingfisher, Mustang and others. My father use to talk to me about that exhibition with nostalgia. I believe all of those planes were sold or scrapped. Hellcats, Avengers and B-25 were scrapped, all of them. Several P-51 and two Kingfishers were sold to USA, and fortunately are flying or exhibited today. Best regards Ignacio
  11. Judging by the photo, the fuselage halves match the intake part , so I thing the gap in the middle joint is a fault of the kit itself. What you think?
  12. Top work on that model Martin! It looks like a very good kit despite the fit problems. Really like the improvement on the elevators. Best regards Ignacio
  13. That´s a beautiful scheme Martin! After the Mustangs, what other models you plan to build? Ignacio PS: Looking forward to see a FAU!
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