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About Sturmovik

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  • Birthday 02/20/1996

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    Buenos Aires
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    Only interested in WW2 aircraft, mainly Luftwaffe.

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  1. I like your work with the flaps, they give your model character.
  2. Propellers were intalled. In hindsight, I should have assembled the propellers separately and then glued them when the kit was on its wheels, now I risk breaking the nose propeller.
  3. Try mailing them using the "mail us" link on their website: http://www.lionroar.net/
  4. Undersides painted in RLM 65, together with the NNF panels. @Greg Law you're correct, but I still need to clear coat it, apply the decals (which I need to test before applying the main ones), matt coat it, and then add the landing gear.
  5. Sorry for the lack of updates as of late, I wasn't in the mood for painting, but here are some more photos of the Dornier. The undersides still remain to be painted in RLM 65.
  6. Hello from Buenos Aires Dandie! I hope you enjoy your stay here at Britmodeller.
  7. Thanks Max! I also wish to see how this build goes. RLM 81 has been applied! Cockpit view:
  8. More progress on the Dornier! Fuselage has been built and the aircraft is ready for painting. The air intake scoop that goes below the tail slid inside the fuselage, so I had to remove the wings and re attach it. The pegs for the movable flaps broke, so the flaps have been fixed in place. A 60 grams weight to act as counterweight:
  9. They're from the Karlsland Empire, an alternate Second Neuroi War. This empire spans just like the Prussian Empire did with technology from WW2 Germany.
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