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  1. ====FINISHED==== RFI Gallery Hi guys. Here's my first build in 20 years and first attempt at using an airbrush. I don't really know what I'm doing so any advice, feedback and constructive criticism is appreciated Scalemates Project link Scalemates WIP gallery Kit link Eduard ECS pipe upgrade Eduard AGM-65 Eduard AGM-88 Practice install piece Press fit into place Supported by a sheet of styrene cemented in underneath which the resin piece is superglued to. Seam removed and polished clear
  2. Hello there, Still very good kit from Eduard weekend edition,but some detail parts is lacking,so i recommend profi pack.The camouflage is made of big decals. the quality of the decals are very good, but it still took a lot of time to deal with it, and it was still not perfect in the end. This biplane seems to be relatively unpopular, and there is very little information that can be found on the Internet. and this is how I take the photos
  3. Hello everyone, I would like to present my latest build from Eduard, MIG-21M Czech Air Force, 1992. I have really struggled to take good photos of the shine metallic surface. Hope you like it. Ales
  4. It's been a long held ambition of mine to build a Sopwith Triplane in a scale that suits my fingers and. 1.72 was never an option. I was some considerable age by the time I discovered that Australia's top scoring WW1 Ace pilot had the same name as me! If I'd have heard his name earlier I would surely have remembered it.. And it's not that I'm disinterested in aviation history. UK or English recollection of WW1 is very selective. The Triplane was flown exclusively by the Navy. Developed from the Pup and superceded by the Camel, the type cut a swathe through the opposition in its short career. The RFC were faring badly at the hands of the Flying Circuses in 1916 when RNAS squadrons were called in to bolster their ability. Naval 10 is perhaps the best known, with Black Flight, manned exclusively by Canadians it seems and lead by Collishaw, racking up a noteworthy tally of scores. Rob Little, flying with Naval 8, was hitting his stride as well. His tally was 4 prior to converting to the Triplanes. Then he really started making Hay! Another 27 "kills" he added to his score in the Tripe,, before racking up a further 16 in the Sopwith Camel. Sadly, like so many others, Little didn't make it to the end of hostilities but having totalled 47 before his death, he is Australia's Ace of Aces and a great Australian hero. I've actually just started a WIP before realising I could be posting here, perhaps for a bit of Aussie input and expertise. I'm not skilled in WW1 plane modelling, and been hesitant to start the build. But it's under way and I'll keep this updated with the slow progress. This is the win at auction.... And this is the kit.... The styrene parts are simple enough, THIS is the challenge for me... By way of trying out my aptitude for these kinds of planes, I started with the Pfalz D.III and it's almost finished. That's the impetus I needed to take a shot at the Sopwith, in honour of my namesake and one of Australia's best
  5. Started over the long weekend - the Eduard rebox or the Hasegawa Typhoon 1B with lots of etch Work commences with replacing most of the plastic cockpit with Etch :-) Peter
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