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About Mihajlo

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    Algeciras - Andalucía/Andalusia - España/Spain
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  1. ¡Hola, amigo! What can I say? Awesome work! ¡Impresionante! You have faithfully represented the real plane, (72-11) with its differences in shades of gray. The riveting is superb as well as all the improvements you have done. The painting and weathering is also fantastic. It is the best 1/72 aviocar I have ever seen! I will have your WIP as a reference for when I build mine. Congratulations! Un abrazo. Miguel
  2. Hi, Jure! Thanks you very much for the links. The drawings in the pages 19 and 22 gave me an idea of the cockpit and passengers area. Thanks a lot! Cheers! Miguel
  3. Hi, folks! I’m going to build a Siebel 204A that was used by the German Embassy in Spain and later by a Spanish company. I guess that this plane was more or less similar to the Si-204A passenger planes used by Lufthansa. Does anyone pictures of the Si-204A cockpit and passengers area? Many thanks! Cheers. Miguel
  4. Simply superb, Andy! Congratulations! Like Andres, I also followed your WIP in themodellingnews website. You are one of the modeller I have as reference. Planes, AFV, Sci-Fi,... All kits you build are little jewels. By the way, I am a fan of your work not only as a modeler but also as a photographer Cheers! Miguel
  5. Hi, Andrés! What a tiny thing! The details are really fantastic! As usual, the painting job is superb. You have an amazing ability to paint! I hope to see it finished soon! Cheers! Miguel
  6. I already have my Super Galeb!!! I hope to start building soon... Many thanks, Nenad!
  7. Hi, Supercuber! Thank you for your answer. I really hope the J-22 sells well and you have to produce more kits …and the two-seater conversion. Cheers! Miguel
  8. Hi, folks! Will someone ever release decals for this Montenegro Super Galeb? Source: Tango Six (https://tangosix.rs/2016/25/02/poslednja-vest-crna-gora-prodaje-sve-avione-svog-vojnog-vazduhoplovstva-dugorocno-ulaze-u-helikoptere/) Cheers! Miguel
  9. Very good news! Long time waiting this model in 1/48. Are you planning to release the NJ-22 in the future? Congratulations for producing such unusual models. Cheers! Miguel
  10. ¡Hola, Andrés! As for painting techniques, I totally agree with you. You have said everything that can be said. Nothing to add Thanks for the explanation on how you painted the detonation cord. I usually use toothpicks for other things, such as applying or removing putty. I remember that I already used a toothpick to remove paint from some other parts of my model, but never from a transparent part. I will add this to my list of modeling tips Waiting for further progress... Cheers! ¡Y un fuerte abrazo! Miguel
  11. Hi, Andrés! Nice to see your progress in this Spanish bird. As usual, you improve a lot each model with the additions you made. I don't mean just photo etched and resin but the scratch parts. I love how you use the plastic to make cables instead of tin or electric wire as other modeller do The painting of the engine air intake is superb! Dry brush is a technique that some people say is obsolete, but I think it is still very useful sometimes. Your engine air intake is a very good example. And how can I say about the canopy? The mold line in the middle of the transparent piece is really a headache. You have sanded it perfectly. The result has been fantastic. How can you paint the DET cord using a brush? It is an impossible task for me! Congratulations! Cheers Miguel
  12. Hi, Lightpainter Thank you for your kind words J The base plate I used was the reference 36046 from Miniart (Cobblestone pavement). Your Devastator is superb! Congratulations! I can see that you love unusual models. Very interesting… Cheers! Miguel
  13. Hi, Lightpainter! Let me start by saying that I don't have Mikro Mir/AMP PC.7 but I have some Mcro Mir kits. They are typical short run and not easy to build. Seeing above the AMP PC.7 sprues I think it is similar to the ones I have. So I guess it will need a lot of work, putty and funny days sanding... I can talk about Italian Kits PC.7. Do you like resin kits? Sorry, do you like hard resin kits? I love unusual models. It doesn't matter if I have to build resin or plastic kits. Well, how can I say... Italian Kit PC.7 is not a kit for beginners. If you hate resin kits, it's not for you either. But if you are looking for a challenge, this is undoubtedly your kit. With a lot of work you can get a nice model. Let me show a picture of the sprues... And the finished model... You can see the WIP thread in the following link; https://maquetas.mforos.com/1642591/12972444-piaggio-pegna-pc7-italian-kits-1-48-presencial/ It could give you an idea about how I enjoyed building this kit... And the finished model in https://maquetas.mforos.com/353330/12974534-piaggio-pegna-pc7-italian-kits-1-48-fuengirola-2018-presencial/ I hope this post could help you to take a decision... Cheers! Miguel
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