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Pablo Lewy

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  1. Indeed in this case size matters it is quite a challenge to find a bit of space for display for this beast. But having already B-1B in 48 from Revell I'm used to this kind of challenges
  2. Not yet looks good from the distance painting job was quite successful but overall it is not that satisfactory to me...
  3. I'm pretty sure this is the case, the wings have serious problems with leading edges and there are issues with fuselage parts matching as well as wings-fuselage crossover...
  4. Try then to imagine this one on your shelf http://shop.hphmodels.cz/en/model-kits-in-scale-148/88-xb-70-valkyrie-v-meritku-148.html
  5. The kit is very old, like old good Revells in 48. Poor detailing, raised panel lines but the biggest problems are a) the logic of the kit parts - you end up with tons of filler and b) the parts are really big with terrible match - lots of sanding, dry-runs etc. So it asked me for a lot of efforts...
  6. Hello Everybody, one day I saw a picture of probably the most beautiful plane in the history of aviation - XB-70 Valkyrie. It was "in flight" with wings folded: That moment I decide I must build one in exactly same position - in flight with wings-fold. So here it is: At the beginnig I planned clean plane as for experimental one then I saw picutres that showed it used to be really tired at a time: So this is my final build. The kit is infamous 1/72 Italeri kit (ERTL one before). This is truly a horrible kit, with few really huge parts extremely difficult to snap together, lots of sanding etc... So it was like 2 months battle, few times I nearly gave up but finally we have a draw: The kit is reallllllly big - here with 48 Spit: Here with other 72ers (Revells Transal and Blohm&Voss): And here with my 48ers - it is really dominating the whole pack:
  7. Thx actually this was my first time producing wooden blades
  8. You're damn right ! Thx though not possibile to correct...
  9. Hello, here's my debut with a bit unusual topic (already existing in this forum in much better execution ) - Flying Flapjack from Kitty Hawk. Though I've expected a lot from the kit at the end I'm a bit disappointed by the quality. Still it was an interesting journey. Constructive remarks more than welcomed! Have a nice look.
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