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salomon

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  1. Yes that's the reference idem that I've got, raisonable price but not yet using that decal, I think there's not bad surprise after all.
  2. I second that, there's really no any justification of that pricing at all, that's my point.
  3. € 63.95 is not reasonable, I bought this one year ago and it's much more cheaper.
  4. Hello, great to find a post for the 3D printer, I bought an Anycubic mono x and use the waterbase elegoo resine for the same reason that mentionned bootneck, but I can't print a simple objet properly, a lot of annoying step effet and I can't find a good setting within explosure thing. Here is the bad result, some advice for that? And this is my 3D File of the ASMPA MBDA Missile in 48 scale. I can send the file if one of you guys wanna test it, thank you.
  5. Salut, j'espère que je ne t'ai pas offensé en prenant ton image sur le SU-27UB de WGH, je pensais seulement partager l'info. De mon côté j'avais fait des images sur l'ASMPA dans les forum et quelque blogs ont repris ces images là sans me créditer, mais bon on est là pour partager nos passion de l'aviation et il n'y a pas d'échange à but commercial.

     

    Pourquoi tu étais banni du forum master 123? je ne vois pas ce que tu avais dit de border line.

  6. Can't find a word for this masterpiece, just Wow.
  7. Saw a couple of lovely pictures from the next coming S2, but the blue painting scene isn't that fun. Anyway this kit is on my list. https://www.themodellingnews.com/2022/01/three-british-legends-added-to-airfix.html#more
  8. Sorry I dorget there's a factory called "Must Have", so it was confusing. I wanna say that Academy's A-10 is my much have kit of 2022.
  9. The "beast" name isn't accurate for that big and heavy fighter, J-20 dinosaur is better.
  10. Thank you for that information but there's more resine for that helicopter than a simple car model, the prize could be higher.
  11. Why not the 48 scale, it's a very hugh model in 35.
  12. Lovely! I'm surprising the the japonese manufactures won't be interreste anymore for the WW2 japanese aviation models.
  13. Enough of the Su-27 familly kits, but I"ll get one from Minibase, maybe that should be my last one?
  14. I used the primer for that but the problem is, many details are covered after sanding. Why don't they use the resine just like the Saab Viggen from Jetmads with the smooth surfaces.
  15. Nice project lit but I have some doubt about the PLA process rendering, we can notice a couple layer level on the pieces, so a lot and a lot of sanding work to build a perfect kit.
  16. 1/48 NH-90 or Tiger UHT, maybe one day...
  17. Trumpeter will be able to sell a 1/18 scale of the AN-124 maybe. OK stop joking, the SU-25 is very welcome or a nice Mig-35 and I'm also waiting for the Kamov familly as the so promising KH's Ka-52 aligator but no any news since the factory closed doors.
  18. Let me guess, the An-124 Ruslan in 48 scale? Sorry I'm just joking, perhaps a Su-25 familly? Kamov helicopter?
  19. Lovely build, I especially like the weathering, the result is just outstanding.
  20. 3D software used layers for modelling, just imagine the pilot body is a 3D mesh of the first layer, and arms on the second layer and the thumbs up arm on the third layer, and the 3D preview has multiple layers acitivated.
  21. Manufacturers spend a huge amount of money on a model kit design, I'm not mentionning the decal designs which take a little time too but less than the concept design. Drawing pieces in Photo Ekcht also take time. All this process requires time and especially know-how. Yes it is possible to design a unique model with a 3d printer today, but you have to do lots of drawings and I don't think our work is really simplified. Before we already saw the masterpieces in scratch without any 3d printing.
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