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About paulsbrown

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  1. They should've been, really striking scheme idea and nicely done! I'm a big fan of old '48 Monogram and love seeing them still being built.
  2. A bit of fun since I have a surplus of red stars.
  3. Thanks Serkan. We're all excited to see your unique squadron of Sukhois finished on the flight line...
  4. Yes, I don't think you'll have any problems fitting in new instrument panels in such a large cockpit. Yes I did. I'm glad I finally finished it as it's one of my all time favorite schemes. I'm currently building it's US analog.
  5. Serkan, 603 didn't have the standard Su-30 cockpit, it was basic Su-27UB with a large monitor added to the rear cockpit. Here's my 1/48 attempt from years ago(currently being restored) and the real one below.
  6. A pig with lipstick! Well done on not slinging it against the wall. Looking good.
  7. Yes, it's definitely the True Details wheels set. Got the old Eduard etch sheet too and now you've made me realize that window masking might be needed...
  8. Looking forward to this. I bought the flattened tires 20 years ago because they looked so cool when I first saw them. I've finally gotten my hands on a kit and the Belcher Bits tail correction and have been trying to decide on a scheme. I like your choice of an early star/red dot scheme with that striped tail.
  9. Very nice! Great scheme too. I'm glad to hear it's good fitting, I held out on the KH kit as I like the opened auxiliary inlets of the Zvezda.
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