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Nikolay Polyakov

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About Nikolay Polyakov

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    The Cold War Era aircraft, 1990s Techno music

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  1. Nikolay Polyakov

    1/48 B-70A

    Yay, wonderful work @LorenSharp! No Kev, it’s an integral part of the creativity (your internal subconscious process of compiling an impressions) and not an aging Before you do something, you’ll need to see something, forget it, remember it (in most cases it looks like a new idea) and finally, do! Not so romantic, isn’t it? Also I think that the mojo has an logarithmic fading curve... Enough mathematics Cheers!
  2. Nikolay Polyakov

    Italeri /AMT XB-70A Valkyrie

    Congratulations Melchett, this deservedly so!
  3. Nikolay Polyakov

    Italeri /AMT XB-70A Valkyrie

    Absolutely stunning build @general melchett! There’s nothing more to say. The painting scheme choice is wonderful, as a build quality too. Cheers!
  4. Nikolay Polyakov

    1/48 B-70A

    Thanks Kev, it’s would be a great read for an evening I’m excited! Sometimes when I write the answers on this forum with all the quotes, external links and other interesting stuff, the «Submit Reply» button is stopped to work an my message is going to nowhere Thanks guys
  5. Nikolay Polyakov

    Fujimi A-6A 1/72

    We’re having it in practically every kit and it’s good when the modellers take a care of it It’s nice to see how the pieces puts together well, good work Mark! Cheers
  6. Nikolay Polyakov

    Kitty Hawk 1/48 F-101 A/C «Voodoo»

    Hello guys! I decided to attach an afterburners before applying the clear coat: Looks good and very natural for me: Also the undercarriage details were painted and ready for installation now: Now it’s time for painting the nose and the small aluminum touch-ups here and there... Cheers!
  7. Nikolay Polyakov

    Revell B-17G Flying Fortress.

    Great work Shellie, congratulations!
  8. Nikolay Polyakov

    Revell B-17G Flying Fortress.

    Looks cool @Shelliecool! Cheers!
  9. Nikolay Polyakov

    1/48 B-70A

    Thanks @modelman182, it would be very interesting! The TSR.2 is a masterpiece! Sadly, all these airframes shared the one fate. Thanks!
  10. Nikolay Polyakov

    1/48 B-70A

    It’s true, too! But these extraordinary projects was something out-of-time The good thing is that the life of an airframes is relatively long: the MiG-29 is from 1977 and the YF-22 and 23 - from the 1990! Unfortunately, there is not a rare situation... The Myasishchev M-50 never reached its performance characteristics due to lacking of power: A few weeks ago I sawed her in the museum (guess what, it’s standing there from the 1968! Under the sky, as pictured above) and she’s big. Giant! Sorry for picturing your thread, again
  11. Nikolay Polyakov

    1/48 B-70A

    Too much unplanned works... I wish you a good luck! As love this airframe too, I think I’ll get the Italeri’s XB-70 someday - I hope it hasn’t so many problems. 375... It’s an engineering wonder. And the speed is amazing too... Unfortunately, the time of the beautiful things is seems to be gone. Just build it, before an inspiration gone! Cheers!
  12. Nikolay Polyakov

    Kitty Hawk 1/48 F-101 A/C «Voodoo»

    How about a Voodoo music? I bought this record a few years ago and it was wrapped and practically unusable, but today I put it on a turntable and voilà - it plays flawless!
  13. Nikolay Polyakov

    1/48 B-70A

    And heavy... I think you know that she’s maximum weight is about 236 tons
  14. Nikolay Polyakov

    F-4M/K Phantom II - Matchbox 1/72

    Great idea with Smoke Ced, I need to try it too
  15. Nikolay Polyakov

    Kitty Hawk 1/48 F-101 A/C «Voodoo»

    Thanks @LorenSharp! Now she looks better... Can’t wait the afterburners installation! Cheers!