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Hobo

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  1. Really beautiful build. The airbrushing is excellent.
  2. Really beautiful work Randy. I love your "assembly line" approach to building. I've got quite a few of these birds in my stash also. Did the Romanians use these aircraft in large numbers?
  3. Beautiful build with excellent airbrushing. Glad you didn't throw it away! I'm also thankful that I have this great hobby as a stress reliever.
  4. Beautiful build. Love seeing these rare birds
  5. Turned out fantastic. Beautiful natural metal finish and I love the Irish markings.
  6. It turned out great Libor. Look forward to the Saar.
  7. It looks like you drilled out the exhausts. How did you do it? Looks great Libor!!!
  8. Looks great. Thank you Dora Wings for your great kits.
  9. Outstanding! I love the Israeli Super Mysteres also.
  10. The Techmod decals look very opaque, which is good news. With some brands of decals, the white will turn a different shade when applied over a dark color. Looking great so far Libor. By the way, do you plan on building the Special Hobby Do-27 and Fouga Magister in the future? They look like nice kits.
  11. Just wondering Libor, do you apply the liquid glue with a brush or do you use something else?
  12. I absolutely love these small air forces aircraft Jovac. Look forward to your future builds.
  13. Love it! Thank you for the build report. Very interesting.
  14. Looking great Libor! The feathered edge your getting with the Gunze paint is very impressive - looks perfect for 1/72 scale. Are you thinning it way down and using a low air pressure? I agree with Jason - the colors look very realistic.
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