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About pekka

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    Swedish, russian, american and British cold war jets in 1/48
  1. Released! http://shop.tarangus.com/front-page/saab-ja37-viggen-october-31
  2. What a great build! Looks fantastic! What color did you use for the red?
  3. Wow, what an excellent paint job!! What color did you use for the dayglow sections? / Regards Pekka
  4. I just received a mail that my Bulldog is shipped from Rebell Hobby. So both versions are now released. http://www.rebell.com/catalogsearch/result/index/?manufacturer=876&q=bulldog
  5. Pilot Replicas is a small company run by two guys who works with this on evenings and spare time. Small series gives a higher price since a swedish plane dont sell like a Spitfire Mk.Mcxiv or a Messerschmitt 109. And if you campare their J29F with Hobby Boss, it's almost cheaper since you at least have to buy new decals for the Hobby Boss kit. Yes it is expensive but it's a wonderful kit with surface detail and fit of parts equal to a kit from Tamiya, that's really nice!
  6. The Flying Barrel is done! I really enjoyed this build. Excellent surface detail and fit of parts. Highly recomended! The pilot before he was glued in the cockpit. And now in place... The pilot and his plane. The external fuel tanks in resin and the brass pitot tubes are also from Pilot Replicas. The engine exhaust. I used the engine exhaust from an old Revel Airbus A319 i 1/144. Hope you like it! / Regards Pekka
  7. And it´s done! More pictures in the Ready for inspection-section. Thank you for watching!
  8. It is released, Reini78. I bought my directly from Pilot Replicas. http://pilot-replicas.com/product/saab-j29-f-austrian-fliegende-tonne/
  9. Some more work done! Painted the dayglo-markings with Mr Color fluorescent red (Gunze white as a primer). Fitting the resin pilot in the cockpit. Decided to paint the yellow division markings on the nose. I made the masks from Tamiya tape. Making the masks for the nose. It turned out quite nice. Moving on with the rest of the decals. They settled down with very hot water followed by a few layers of Micro sol. Very nice in register. I have a few small stencils left... That´s all for now!
  10. Hi Christer and thank you! Thank you Martin!
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