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vall

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  1. With late, thanks again for all your kind comments. I' don't know if something exist for Spanish plane, it's obvious that the Syhart decals are a big support for the final result. For sure, but as I taste 1/144 I become interested by plane like A340 or 777 and it won't be the size! Appart the engine fairing issue it's nice model, you must not forget (like I did) to fill the engraved doors, they doesn't match with the decals. Cheers Alain
  2. Very nice model Dave, it's a good idea to build "traditonal" companies planes, even I prefer ancient liveries. About Alitalia, B727 is the nicest in my opinion. Alain
  3. What a job !!! It really looks like a true one Congratulation. Alain
  4. Thank you very much. Go raibh maith agat Dermot agus Naomh Pádraig go maith (I hope Google trad is correct) Alain
  5. Hi all, this is my first finished of the year. The model is rather correct in shape apart rear engine fairing where I removed 1.5 mm in height, Decals come from the excellent Syhart sheet, the only issue was that they refused to slide as they should and apply the "Sécurité civile" ones was a nigthmare. I hope you enjoy. Alain
  6. You makes an uggly plane a beauty. Fantastic result.
  7. Thank you very much all. My preffered photographer took new photos I'll show you soon. Alain
  8. Good evening, finished 2 years ago, a nice model apart fitting issue and weird instruction. SBS cockpit and exhaust, paints Alclad and Gunze. Hope you enjoy. Alain
  9. At last a plane I know ! I always feel ignorant when I look at your incredible collection. A great bravo for the whole of your oeuvre. Alain
  10. Thank you very much for your kind comments. Yes , I didn't use box decals, I preferred Avia Decals ones supplied with masks. About weathering, it's always better to enhance pannel lines especilly when they are as nice, I just had not to forget that it was not a 1/48 WWII plane I usually build! I added 2 other better lighten pictures. Cheers. Alain
  11. Hi all, this the Tu 134 from Zvezda, a very nice and delicate model. Hope you enjoy. Alain
  12. Hi all, a member, and to be honest myself too, of the french forum Master 194 is looking for information to scratchbuid a HP 42 at 1/48 scale. Cabin design seems to be the hardest to find, so, if someone have something to share he's welcome. Thanks in advance. Alain
  13. Hi, thank you very much for your comments. Built is rather easy if you don't follow the instrutions! The main advices I can provide are : -If you to build a non folded wings plane you must glue together upper wings an wings roots and stengthen with plastic card by the inside. - You must also glue together all the parts of the same side from the tail to the nose to be sure all the shape and engraved lines are in line.I forget to do that for the nose and I waisted a lot of time ! Less important, it's better to modify the exhaust to fit it into the fuselage after paint. I hope it helps. Alain
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