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  1. Thx, glad that you like it and that it brings some memories:)......greetings to Down Under from Croatia
  2. Thx, yes I agree about the Swedes, I looked for some reference photos and it's super clean, especially the new plane that replaced Aviocar..... but I decided to go with dirty version because I'd like to think it gets dirty since it's rescue plane working in sub polar and polar conditions, actually I wanted it to be a bit cleaner but I'm still practicing and catching hand with weathering
  3. Hello:) Kit is OOB with addition of some scratchbuilt details(full cockpit, pilot seats). Painting was quite a challenge since this was the first time I decided not to use decals (blue and yellow Sweden national colours) but decided to paint them instead. Only issue I had was with small windows on the sides (they didn't fit well) but other then that very enjoyable build and lovely kit, something different for a change. Kit: 1/72 Special Hobby SH-89(CASA C-212-300 Aviocar) Decals: OOB, painted Paint: Ammo Mig primer and acrylics Weathering: Ammo Mig washes and Oilbrushers, AK Interactive weathering pencils
  4. Hi, my latest build of old Hasegawa kit in 1/72, S-3A Viking. Kit is OOB with addition of some scratchbuilt details (full cockipit, rear cockpit as well but I forgot to take pictures, ejection seats, main entrance, electronic bay, engine covers and bombs covers). The reference was a picture I found on Airliners.net of ground crew working on maintenance:). All in all lovely kit and realy enjoyable build. Kit: 1/72 Hasegawa S-3A Viking Decals: OOB, VS-38 ''Griffins'', CV-61 USS Ranger Paint: Tamiya primer and Model Master enamels Weathering: Ammo Mig washes and pigments, AK weathering pencils Extra's: Hasegawa weapons set (6 x Mk-20 Rockeye)
  5. Simply stunning....just about to start building it in exact same colors.
  6. Thanks!Yes I agree, lovely kit of a lovely plane.
  7. Hello everybody, my first post here and first kit after a long long time so be gentle please. Kit is mainly OOB with addition of some scratchbuilt details (door bays and landing gear, ejection seat, gun barrels). The idea was what if Republic of Singapore Airforce acquired F-20 Tigershark to replace it's F-5 Tigers. Kit: 1/72 Hasegawa F-20 Tigershark Decals: Aztecmodels decals, Republic of Singapore Airforce, 141 Sqn Paint: Vallejo primer and Ammo Mig acrylics & varnish Weathering: Ammo Mig washes and Oilbrushers, AK Interactive weathering pencils Extra's: Hasegawa weapons set https://photos.app.goo.gl/ks19Yjd2ZYoZWwvN8
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