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  1. Could it be this one? me109.info/web.php?a=e&n=ua&f=1287
  2. Thank you for your kind words, gentlemen The Tamiya kit is a pleasure to build, despite it's tiny flaws (rear fuselage a bit too short, undersized rear wheel), so the entire job was smooth. I have used Gunze H70 paint for the RLM 02 (H70 is a little different than the same Gunze C60 color, both are supposed to be RLM02), and Gunze C115 RLM 65 (again a little nicer than the H67 which is a little greener). The RLM 71 is from AK real color (RC275) I have used blue tack spaghetti for the camo. Washes are the classic Tamiya enamel washes. I have used the MG a
  3. Hi, here's my lastest 109E, 1/72 Tamiya : More pictures, here :
  4. On the first series of IAR-80, the aileron axis was linked to the flaps, in order to increase their efficiency at low speed, so when the flaps were fully deployed, the entire axis of the ailerons rotated , so even though they might seem both lowered, the ailerons are actually around their zero position in this case They still operated in reverse of each other, just their zero position was much lowered. According to the manuals, when the flaps were retracted, the ailerons had a +26 to - 24 degrees freedom. When the flaps were lowered, the ailerons freedom range was shifted from +4
  5. Thank you for your kind words, I have used Gunze H303 and H77 for green and black, and Mr.Paint AMT-7 for the undersides. The star decals are from the box, the yellow 44 is from the older Amodel Yak-1 Kit. I think our colleague Dragan made a decal sheet some years ago, that included Litvyak's Yak-1 :
  6. Hi! I have finished a little 1/72 Yak-1 from Brengun. Also a small figure of Lydia Litvyak, from a Zvezda set. Hope you like it :
  7. I have finished a Cheetah E, thanks to Scaleworx that provided a resin set for the AMK Kfir. The conversion went pretty smoothly, so here is the result :
  8. I usually paint it as a normal frame, then i apply a very generous hi gloss coat with a thin brush...in 1/72, it is passable.
  9. I took some pictures at the Belgrade Air force Museum, seems to be a single piece, with an internal bracket:
  10. One more T-72, a Modelcollect AV this time. Machine gun , smoke barrels and exhaust are from Zedval. Hafez stencil and Mercedes doormat are home printed decal.
  11. I have built two, here : http://www.cartula.ro/forum/topic/14667-garajul-lui-109/page__st__40 Modelcollect does indeed not have any details on the inner wheels, but you get so many spares that with two kits and a little work you can use the spare outer ones for the inner. The metal bottom is not that bad in my opinion, i just used gel superglue and had no problem whatsoever . I have also done a Revell with some leftover parts from Modelcollect (turret and era). I think the wheels look a bit too deep on the Modelcollect, but way to shallow on the
  12. I would (and did) go for Modelcollect all the way. The earlier ones were quite big (1/70 perhaps) but are no longer available, i think. Much crisper than the Revell, also Zvezda has very fine details but it sits a little too tall for my taste (at least the side skirts look too tall) and the rims on it's wheels are much to thin (as if there was no rubber there).
  13. I will be watching your topic closely, I thought about building this tank the second I saw the film...
  14. Hello, I have finished two T-72Bs from Modelcollect, both in Syrian markings . First is a kind of a hybrid, with both Kontact 1 and 5 ERA armor, this particular machine was seen in several places in Syria in 2016 (Latakia, Palmyra, Aleppo - where it was hit by two tows in rapid succession without any apparent consequences ) The Second is a brand new B3, also seen around Palmyra at the beginning of 2017 :
  15. Great job, but please take care, the tail of the plane in the picture is a short one (not the tall tail of the G10)
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