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Ozzyman69

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  1. Oh yeah. Thanks. Next time I will try to do a FGR.2 Phantom II of 29th squadron 1/144. So far so good.
  2. Yes, but 1/144 does not see anyone at all, except in the photo
  3. Hollo to everybody. Lets talk about Falklands 1982... Dear friends, I demonstrate my work which I finished in the 2018th “Humphrey” is one of the most famous object of the Falklands Conflict and was the helicopter stationed aboard the destroyer HMS Antrim. Antrim was one of several ships sent to retake the Islands of South Georgia, as part of Operation Paraquet. The Wessex HAS.3 is recognizable by its “thimble” radome behind the rotor head. Only two HAS.3s were deployed to the Falklands, on HMS Antrim and HMS Glamorgan. This work shows my skills and ability to make further improvement as far as possible for the 1/144. For the “Mark I” kit detailing, I used more than 50 small parts and some items of a handmade material. The main resource-intensive work at the next objects: detailed cockpit with PEP, scratch-build nose E/E compartment with components and an opened hatch, the sonar operator compartment with interior and opened sliding door, the tail beam and main air blades are located in its stowed position. Thank you. Andrii. Enjoy!
  4. Hi "Dalea", for a long time here have been comments on this model. It's good that this job is attracting. I hope that you will also have a good job. The main thing: is not to hurry and do all the work steps carefully and thought out. Good luck! Thanks for visiting on page. Best regards Andrii.
  5. Wery well. A good result for the landing gear assy from my point of view. Congrats.
  6. Thanks. By the way I have an idea for the following project. Of course I`ve got a one box by MONOGRAM F-82. is expected to commence.
  7. Thank you gentlemen for viewing, support and supervision. About metallic painting A Mr.HOBBY be the most appropriate for the airbrush painting. There are aluminium, chrome, burn iron, stainless steel and (Xo-Ma (UKR) for tne back side of landing and the taxi light bulb`s I used. Well, Mr.HOBBY for HOBBYBOSS Thank you! I`m happy!
  8. Thanks for your comment. I need to think about an interesting question. (hm-m)
  9. Hello everybody. A long time due to a lot of life reasons I was absent on a forum. There were many interesting things happened during this time that will give us hope for the future. But I am sincerely happy to see everybody again. Today I would like to present you a new my single engine jet fighter from the Korean War. Let's meet with the legendary "Thunderjet". This is one of my favorite aircraft of those times. The WIP process was very complex and very simple at the same time. I don`t know the reason of it, I know it sounds strange, but it's true. I have focused primarily on cockpit details then exterior. There are four metallic colours I used for the outher skin pannel`s effect. Let's together sit on the sofa and look at the pictures. Hope You like it. Thanks. Andrii.
  10. Our memory tells us stories, that is, what we get to keep from our experiences is a story. I've known a saying: "Getting old is not good, but dying young isn't too good either" Thank you for your good comment, Mike. Andrii.
  11. I have an idea for a new story (The Lancaster`s WIP). I would do it in a flight position (as you can see here at the boxart above). What do you think about ii?
  12. Hello All. It`s time to post the result of my WIP. It was not so simple to build the kits. It wasn't easy, but I got away with it...So much, so good. I think real progress and the result there has been goog. Frankly speaking I am pleased with this work. The happy end and the final images of this story are here: Hope you enjoyed the show. Best regards. Andrii.
  13. I guess I finished something today. The landing gears are installed completely on the "C" & "A" AVRO. Decaling process in according with scheme...
  14. Thank you for your comments. Thruth told, yet at excessive volume, but now that I hear it, it's just right. Well. The epoxy adhesive compound (resin type) is a "Loctite" EA 615 I used for that.
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