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  1. Srecko

    Soesteberg

    Greetings all, last days I spent in Netherlands and my impression is great. Main reason is the promotion of the new book about the Fokker C.V and a number of my color profiles are inside. Here you are direct link to the article: http://www.sreckobradic.com/2011/03/07/pro...-at-soesteberg/ Cheers
  2. You sure about that?
  3. There is modeler who look other modeler as source of info and there is modelers who look for the archive material as source of info. Hard to balance this needs...
  4. I know personally Pentti and his drawings are definitely best ever!!! As I know he still publish Suomi Illmavoimat Historia Hehti (sorry for possible typing errors) and this very informative publications. Thank you for update of your post. I have all of the decals sheets on the list and they are dated and made until late '90. Any news? Cheers
  5. This is great info Kari, I did not know that. Any direct link to their range of decals?
  6. New Aviation Datafile from SAM Publications The Vought F4U Corsair remains one of the most distinctive and popular aircraft of World War II, and its unique inverted gull wing design combined with the colorful characters of some of the aces who gained fame flying it in combat has added to its mystique. In addition, the Corsair was used effectively not only by the United States Navy and Marines, but also saw distinguished service in the Fleet Air Arm in Great Britain and the Royal New Zealand Air Force. Thus the Corsair has a multi-national appeal making it an enigmatic subject and therefore a vital addition to the Datafile series. Authors Rafe Morrissey and Joe Hedgus bring the story of the Corsair vividly to life, with copious photographic illustrations, colour side profiles and scale plans. This is a must have book for the aviation enthusiast and historian alike. The book is priced at £19.99 plus p+p and for ordering details go to www.sampublications.com or email sarah@sampublications.com
  7. Former decal manufacturer InScale 72 has made some excellent decals of this subject
  8. Digital method but I do work some classic painting... samples are on link bellow: http://www.letletlet-warplanes.com/category/gallery/ One sample for preview: ... and work in progress: http://www.letletlet-warplanes.com/2008/05/21/dutch-hero/
  9. During the March will be finished cover art
  10. Why not, I will show some files. You have some overview of my work here: http://www.sreckobradic.com/gallery/
  11. Ruling pen or some very thin self adhesive tape could work excellent. Don't forget to spray over some surface primer, I use Guzne Sangyo Surfacer 500. Also on larger scale could be noted stitching and as I know there is etched products to cover this area Cheers
  12. Greetings all, few days ago I have delivered complete set of profiles of Firefly for the book. More info here: http://www.sreckobradic.com/2011/02/26/fir...-art-delivered/ Cheers
  13. Best shade is the Aluminum ( not Silver)
  14. Welcome back in the modeling world and hope you will stay there I hope you have enjoy in this build and our pleasure is most important at all
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