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Dear fellow Britmodellers, here's my 1/72 SBS Fiat G.50 in colors of the Croatian Air Force in 1943. This was my very first full-resin kit, and while parts look beautifully crisp in the box, assembly is complicated by some fit issues. Wing-fuselage and engine-fuselage joints were the worst offenders. In the hands of an experienced resin modeller, this kit could turn into an absolute show-stopper - I'm just not one of them …. Painted with Gunze/Mr.Hobby acrylics, photographed by Wolfgang Rabel. Thanks for your interest.
This will be a part of a diorama on a larger scale. I started my APA-5D in 1/35 scale about a year ago, and as comes to painting phase now, I decided to "stretch" it a bit. With MiG-21UMD in 1:32. This is a layout sketch cca. 55 x 40 cm. A is MiG-21UMD, bort no. 165 from Croatian Air Force, after overhaul in 2014. It's our solo display MiG, with red-white livery, called "little cube" or locally "Kockica". Or "flying ILS house", as some call it. B is APA-5D airfield starter, also from Croatian Air Force, currently in painti
Hi everyone, It's been a while since my last post on Britmodeller, so I'll to make it up to you. This time it's APA-5D, Soviet airfield starter on Ural 4320 chassis. I made my first APA a few years back and it was a lot of fun for 8 months to build and paint 600+ parts. Back then I started with Omega-K/ICM/Revell URAL4320, with Eduard PE, but finished with fresh moulded Trumpeter. There was too many errors in the casting and I decided to take another shot with Trumpeter instead. I gave my 2nd conversion set from HAD Models to a fellow