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Ruffus

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    Scale modeling (Dahh!)and Brunnetes
  1. Ruffus

    Airfix AH-7 Lynx

    Hi! I was checking the instructions for this helicopter and have some questions for the experts. 1.- in steps 67 and 68 what are those parts that go in the skies? 2.- is there any AM replacement parts for the parts in step 74 and 75, have anyone try to improve them? Thanks for the info Byron
  2. Hi! I´m checking the instructions for this helicopter and have some questions for the experts. 1.- in steps 67 and 68 what are those parts tha go in the skies? 2.- is there any AM replacement parts for the parts in step 74 and 75, have anyone try to improve them? Thanks for the info Byron What are this? any aftermarket for this screens?
  3. Hi! I always have preference for the biplaza aircrafts, and since I would like to depart for the traditional american or european types, I was looking for this chinese J-10S; but as they are two of them, one from Trumpeter and the other by Bronco; can any one tell me what to expect? or which one is a better option? Thanks in advance Byron
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    Doped linen wings

    Hi John, Very interesting technique for the roundel, Can you elaborate a litlle more?, Please. Byron
  5. Well, what can I say that has not been said before? this is really a very good work, Really good work, and it gave me the urge to build mine. Thanks for the inspiration! Happy Modeling Byron
  6. Pardon my asking, but the question remains. Regards Byron
  7. I use a sewing needle, a "heavy" one, and a handle from a X-acto knife; you have to work sloowly, and at the beginning only use the weigth from the handle, don´t apply too much pressure. let the raised detail be your guide. and did I tell you to work sloowly? Happy Modeling Byron
  8. Hi!! one question, why did you fill the rivets and some panel lines, are you going to rescribe them? Happy Modeling Byron
  9. Well, decals problems apart, you make it into a very nice looking model, good work; congrats!! . Now, the decals problem is only with this version or it happens with the others versions too? I plan to make the Chipre version - planning ahead, as I think they will release the HAS 3, and that will be blue and yellow; or at least I can dream - Happy Modeling Byron
  10. Don't take it wrong, but that General Steinhoff image looks like an 70's latin american dictator. Regards Byron
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