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About Duckwizard

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    Airplanes 1/48, AFV 1/35

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  1. One of my favorite fighters and a really beautiful build!
  2. Thank you all very much for your kind words!
  3. Very nice! Really thought it was bigger.
  4. Finished this MiG-25 Interceptor today after about three months. Built oob except Eduard photo etched seat belts. I airbrushed (0.2 and 0.4 mm) it with Vallejo and MiG acrylics and weathered etc. with oil colors. I enjoyed building a lot, even if there were some small problems re a few subassemblies which did not fit as they should. So I also needed some putty. Overall this is a nice kit which is not as tricky to put together as one might think. Thanks a lot for looking!
  5. These gaps do not look at all like they are your fault.
  6. Very nice build, looks really good! I also started this kit some weeks ago planning to make it the winter camo version. Until I stepped on the canopy... ;(
  7. Your work looks extremely good already!
  8. Sitting here and waiting for the result. I am very curious!
  9. Very nice, Dave, love that sharkmouth and all the other details! This is the only foto I found of the "red 49", don't think it will help.
  10. The PD *can* carry the tank, there are fotos on the net.
  11. This must be the most beautiful Sabre ever. A wonderful build, my congratulations.
  12. I had the same step, Dave, maybe a little less because I used brute force to press the main part of the fuse in place during the curing process. It was more sanding than filling. Fortunately the material thickness was sufficient.
  13. Dave, the instructions are not correct in every respect and above all they are uncomplete. Better search for fotos. PM me if you need help, i have collected a few. And yes my impression is that in detail the parts fit ok but some of the sub-assemblies don't. I also used quite some putty but now it looks as it should I think (after first filler session). (Hope you do not mind me posting this foto, I don't intent to hijack your thread).
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