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Rikywarbirds

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About Rikywarbirds

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  • Birthday 09/08/1982

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    Madrid - Spain
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    Scale models, comics, art, sculpture...

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  1. Rikywarbirds

    Fw 190A-5 Eduard 1/72

    Thanks a lot guys, really
  2. Rikywarbirds

    Fw 190A-5 Eduard 1/72

    Thanks Vinnie
  3. Rikywarbirds

    Fw 190A-5 Eduard 1/72

    Thanks David! Well, the Eduard Fw in 1/72 comes without the engine, you have to buy it apart. But, still and for what I know to this day, in this scale is the best. No doubt. Ricardo.
  4. Rikywarbirds

    Fw 190A-5 Eduard 1/72

    Thanks Andros. I think the difference in a good build are oils, they are really easy to control and you can erase it if you have a mistake or you don't like the result. Ricardo Thanks guys!
  5. Rikywarbirds

    Fw 190A-5 Eduard 1/72

    Haha, don't worry about that because is about to have FUN! Thanks Steve Ricardo
  6. Rikywarbirds

    Fw 190A-5 Eduard 1/72

    Thanks. Yes, it is a very nice marking for an Fw, slight different of the habitual paintings.
  7. Rikywarbirds

    Fw 190A-5 Eduard 1/72

    Thanks guys, thanks for the support
  8. Rikywarbirds

    Fw 190A-5 Eduard 1/72

    Thanks man
  9. Rikywarbirds

    Fw 190A-5 Eduard 1/72

    thanks
  10. Hey, here I present you my last build: Fw190A-5, Eduard 1/72 ProfiPack. I had added some extras to this build, her corresponding Flaps, some more details in PE, and the engine and fuselage guns, all from the same manufacturer. This is, for now, my very most difficult build because of the tiny of this size. The engine and the guns are so small for my big rude fingers! It was a challenge.... Well, I'm happy with the result. I have had some mistakes at the time to mount the engine, it was a lot of try and failure. The upper cowling cover also is a little bit bent from the correct line. Also there is some silvering in the decals. But it is not bad at all, for my short expertise. I have in my stash 4 more models in this scale, but I think I'm not gonna buy any other more at 1/72 because of mi sight!
  11. Rikywarbirds

    Forum suddenly stops working!

    When I had finished writing the last time (saturday) , again I have that problem...
  12. Rikywarbirds

    Forum suddenly stops working!

    I had been navigating ok since that time, but If I note any issues again I will let you know, Mike
  13. Rikywarbirds

    Panzer E-100 ausf.c 128mm - Modelcollect 1/72

    Thanks John, I usually build airplanes but is really de-stressing build from time to time some armor.
  14. Rikywarbirds

    Panzer E-100 ausf.c 128mm - Modelcollect 1/72

    Hey, thanks a lot guys. I've added some minor details to the engine, wires concretely , but the rest of the work is just out of the box. Surely in the future I will repeat another Modelcollect, may be a Tiger with the full interior set... Thanks again
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