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Wojtek2

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About Wojtek2

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    Whisky, N/E Poland
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  1. Arma, do you read this ?..... Engine, skis and decals only.
  2. This looks so cute. Romanian 11f is perhaps the most elegant variant of all 11's...
  3. 3-seat low wing with fixed landing gear and belly gondola....
  4. It could be 1/32 P.11f, or P.24.
  5. Zigster - I'm with you demanding from Arma as detailed surface as nowaday technology allows. It sems like executing the fixings / fasteners of removable panels used by PZL, without simplifying them, is above ability of any mould maker (too small and too complicated for 1/48 scale - hence the round bumps on fuselage and teardrop bubbles on engine's corps covers on Arma's 11 surface - forgivable IMHO; I've tried once on Karas to replicate them as simplified by pressing them by injection needle with self made squared tip). Absence of rivets (at least on the renders) is a step back compared
  6. According to rumors, he has no less than 3 spare doubles. so you never know....
  7. Here's a picture borrowed from Arma's blog (1/48 kit sprue render) with red lines added , if that can help:
  8. You mean perforated panels arranged in a cone between the engine and the propeller spinner?
  9. I watched this beast with great pleasure. Thanks for sharing.
  10. Why do they need undercoat (poor adhesion or risk of melting plastics) and what kind?
  11. Eduard reworked their Gustavs some time ago, Emil was not corrected iirc.
  12. Not being an 109 expert, based on many internet opinions, it can be stated that apart from minor anomalies of shape (wide slots, hump behind the cabin) the Eduard 1/48 Emil is significantly oversized.
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