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Ryan Hothersall

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  1. The 1:72 Hasegawa Su-27 released in a limited edition Ukrainian Digital Camouflage boxing. The main reason I got one as I thought doing that scheme with decals made for the kit would be my only hope of trying to do that scheme. Quite a nice build and fit is generally good. Painting the AA-10 Alamo missiles had it's moments... Masking the fins was a bit problematic. the AA-11 Archer missiles are from the spares box as the kit ones had separate fins which proved too fiddly. Painted overall SMS PL79 blue. The decals posed no real problems, although a couple of
  2. Nice builds. Good to see something a bit more exotic than the usual Russian markings. I have the Berna decals sheet in the decal file, so will get around to building some of those schemes one day.
  3. Nice build. The real thing is just as clean and shiny.
  4. The 1:72 Hobby Boss kit of the two seat MiG-15UTI built in Cuban markings using Aztec Decals sheet No 72-047. A nice simple build, but beware it needs a lot of nose weight and there isn't much room for it. Overall SMS PMT09 aluminium. No issues with the Aztec Decals decals and the wing walk decals off a leftover Airfix MiG-15 sheet. Build Progress Video
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