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About _alfisti_

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    near Linz, Austria
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  1. Thanks for your kind words. The base was painted with indoor dispersion and strewed with milled salt. Caused by the humidity of the paint the salt clumped and gave the irregular look of the surface.
  2. Hi there. Just finished another swedish jet a few days ago. It´s a conversion from Hasegawas J35F to a S35E using a lot of Maestro Models nice stuff. I used etched parts for the cockpit, a new nose and extra fuel tanks, a KB pod, the RWR pods under the wings and the complete tailcone. From Pavla came a new vacu formed canopy, from Pilot Replicas the pilot and from Hasegawa the graund crew member. The ladder is also an etches part from Maestro. Daniel
  3. Very well done, looks great. I love the Buckeye in Greek-Camo.
  4. Wow, this is the best Lansen i´ve seen yet. The weathering is absolut stunning, looks like real. The RB04 fits well on Lansen, looks really badass. Daniel
  5. Hi guys. Thanks for your kind words, I´m glad you like this little exotic one. Yes, I also read about it. The parachutist on the Fpl 53 got the luck to survive, saddly on the GA8 no one made it out. I agree, Special Hobby is on a very good way, their kits getting better and better and the got some very interesting aircraft typs in their portfolio.
  6. Nice looking little Boeing. The KLM livery in my opinion is one of the best looking in Europe and you perfectly brought it to 1/144 scale.
  7. This is a masterpiece, absolute outstanding modell.
  8. Hi guys. I want to show you my latest finished build. It´s the Special Hobby Do 27 in 1:72 scale, a realy nice and well made kit. My modell shows the swedish version, Fpl 53, a Do 27A-4. Sweden got five Fpl 53 delivered in 1962. Three of them were lost in accidents, the remaining two were retired in 1991. The fitting of the kit is nearly perfect and the details are very nice. I only added the seatbelts and some foil for the cabin lagging. The steps from the kit, the exhaust pipes and some antennas were also replaced. The modell is painted with Gunze H309, decals came from different aftermarket sheets. I hope you like the little Swede. Daniel
  9. Nice Harriers, the Gr.3 and Matador on my to do list too.
  10. Outstanding scratch work. All togehter looks perfect to me. Nice to see one of this rare birds.
  11. Great job, you rHornet looks fantastic. I love the finish.
  12. Very nice Draken-double, both look excellent. Daniel
  13. Hi guys. Thank you for your positv reactions. The wheel chocks were scrach build within 30min from some wire, the more I´m glad you like it. No bare metal finish for most of british aircrafts, most of them were painted in "High-Speed-Silver". I used Tamiya TS-17 and applied it with my airbrush. Entirely my opinion. Cheers Daniel
  14. Hi guys, My Canberra is now finished for a few weeks and yesterday I finally managed to take some rollout pics. I hope you like it, even whe it´s not british. Cheers Daniel
  15. Very good looking Canberra, you did a fantastic job on the model. I´ve the T.17 on my to-do-list, especially after seeing yours.
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