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Mig88

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  1. Lovely job! Those details look fantastic! Well done. Miguel
  2. Thanks Greg and go for them!! I'm sure you will !
  3. Once again, many thanks to everyone! Miguel
  4. Mig88

    Frog/Russian Kit Blenheim

    Looks great indeed! Very well done! Miguel
  5. Superb!! I love that weathered finish. Wel done! Miguel
  6. I agree. It must have been the Airfix kit since I had built one of these before in the late 1970s or early 1980s and checking some photos I still have, it was indeed in red! In fact, I've just checked my notes on this build and the decal was still red and I have overpainted it in black as it should be... I had forgotten ! Miguel
  7. Here is my Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-23BN "Flogger H" which I built back in 1994. It was made combining a Dragon MiG-23M "Flogger B" with Italeri's issue of the Dragon MiG-27 "Flogger D". It represents 23172 of the Iraqi Air Force in the 1980s. The markings came from a Revell MiG-21PF kit and the numbers in arabic were painted with a brush. Part of the scheme was guesswork as I only had a couple of photos covering one side. The kit was fully painted with brush. Thanks for looking Miguel
  8. Mig88

    Hasegawa CF-104 1/72

    Very nice! Miguel
  9. Thank you very much everyone! I wasn't aware that Heller had released this kit! Miguel
  10. Thank you very much to everyone! Miguel
  11. This is the Airfix 1:72 Henschel Hs 123A-1 kit I built back in 2006. It represents "Red F", of 8./SG1, Luftwaffe, in Russia, 1942. It was built mostly OOB with some details added in the cockpit and the engine. I thinned the fins of the bombs. I reworked the spinner and thinned the propeller blades. The side ptoto probe was added as well as the wires. The kit was painted with brush and only the varnish was airbrushed. Thanks for looking. As usual, all comments are welcome. Miguel
  12. Smashing job! Looks really great. Well done! Miguel
  13. Mig88

    T-28B Trojan 1/48 Roden

    Fantastic job! It looks simply great!! Miguel
  14. Here's the second of my first two kits completed this year. It's AFV Club's 1:144 Curtiss P-40M Warhawk 185, of the 47th Fighter Squadron, 15th Fighter Group, USAAF, at Noumea, New Caledonia, in December 1943. Apart from the comments I made on the P-40N I posted earlier today, I had to correct the cockpit as, despite including an insert for the rear section of the cockpit, the head armour part was incorrect for the M variant being slanted forward (for the P-40N) instead of rearwards. I added the missing radio mast. I had intended to make an RNZAF machine using the decals from the Printscale sheet but these were both incomplete and inaccurate so I went for the kit's only option. The kit was fully painted and varnished by brush. Thank you for looking and all comments are welcome as always Miguel
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