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MicTroy23

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  1. Harold55, Thank you! I painted it so that it was not too monotonous.
  2. KRK4m, thank you so much for the hint! Now I will know how to do it right, because in the plans for the future, there are also cars with Polish identification marks ...
  3. Hello everyone who visited! This is my first model built. Mastering even painting over large areas, revision and manufacturing of parts and assemblies. Of course, a lot has been missed, but I'm still happy. ) Machine ownership (1962, Australia, Melbourne, Norwa base, Royal Navy) (Codes 828) Painting and varnishing with brushes. Paints: GSI Urethane Acrylic Mr. Color, Tamiya Acrylic, Tamiya Varnish. Enjoy viewing!
  4. KRK4m, thanks for the tip! You definitely noticed this, I did not find photos of this side, only a side drawing. In theory, this code should have been, the decal was drawn from something ..! Shakhovitsa may have displayed incorrectly ...
  5. Bertie Psmith, It's not worth showing everything, but I can demonstrate some of the first educational attempts at modeling. Also, there are models with a swastika and a Soviet plane with a slogan for enemies (I think they shouldn't be shown on this forum either, so as not to cause a negative reaction?!)
  6. colleagues, thank you for your attention and feedback!
  7. colleagues, thank you for your attention and feedback!
  8. Bertie Psmith, thank you for your feedback! Google translate strongly distorts sentences. And their meaning is not always clear. Perhaps it is not customary to demonstrate so many models on this forum ?! If this is against the rules or annoys members of the forum (?), Then I will try to rarely upload models. I have been doing modeling for only four years. There are about forty models in the collection. Stored in a dustproof display case.
  9. Winenut, thank you for your feedback! Greg Law, yes, apparently looking at these photos, I did not pay attention to the other sides ...
  10. Hello colleagues! The set, half of fragile transparent parts and half of milky transparent, somewhat complicated the construction. It was difficult to catch sight and concentrate on the treated surface. Also, some parts, especially "glass" ones, are joined in the most inconvenient places for further processing with the risk of damaging fine textured detailing and cab windows. Modifications: cockpit, above-cockpit air intake, front chassis, NV and RV. The car belonged to a liaison officer of the USSR Air Force (code 57). Manufactured: rear pillars and chassis, crutch, rods of all antennas, piping. Painting and varnishing with brushes. Paints: GSI Urethane Acrylic Mr.Color, Tamiya Varnish, Futura + Plain Pencil. Happy viewing!
  11. colleagues, thanks for stopping by and thanks for the comment!
  12. Pete, thanks for stopping by and thanks for the comment!
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