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Moa

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    Early aviation and Golden Age civil planes.

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  1. Please let us know if/when you can, it may be a previous or next generation of molds/kits from the same manufacturer, and may be better, which would be good.
  2. I have seen a review on a Russian site of the Sharkit, and the photos show what seems to be unacceptable surfaces product of the 3D printing of the masters (my wild guess) a crude and topographic map-like skin. It sometimes seems that 3D printing has a long way to go before producing something that doesn't require a lot of post-printing care.
  3. Oh, those curvilinear, irresistible lines! Excellent job!
  4. You are very kind, Martin. It's the subjects, not me High praise coming from a master, John!
  5. The represented subject had the stab leading edges and root fairings painted red. The maks provided by Arctic Decals are clever and precise:
  6. Thanks once more, Jörgen! If you see a good pair of healthy and sharp eyes at a convenient price, let me know.
  7. Appreciate your kindness. I do enjoy taking those photos indeed. I only wish I had more modeling space to produce some interesting backgrounds, airfields and hangars and such. Cheers!
  8. Thanks, Jörgen! You yourself are an alchemist, refining the basic matter to the highest level! Kind of you, BM. I am very glad you enjoyed it. Cheers
  9. Very kind of you Daniele. What what we do without our beloved planes! So magical, so many interesting stories told by them. Cheers!
  10. Thanks, Jon! And also for the support! When we visited Yorkshire a few years ago we worn different pairs of colored eyeglasses, that solved the problem.
  11. Appreciate your kindness, Chris. I am glad to be able to finally complete this stream of kits. Cheers!
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