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  1. MiG-15 Royal Class 1:72 Eduard The Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-15 was one of the most famous fighter from the early Cold War period. Although a Soviet design, the MiG-15 famously made use of captured German research on the aerodynamic properties of swept wings, and was powered by a reverse-engineered Rolls Royce Nene turbojet. The resulting aircraft was a triumph, easily outclassing straight wing jet fighters when in the hands of an experienced pilot. In order to ensure it could fulfil its intended role as a bomber destroyer, it packed a formidable punch in the shape of two 23mm cannons and a s
  2. Hi all, just finished this kit for a group build on another forum and wanted to share it here too as I'm quite pleased with the results. MiG-15, c/n 108023, 176th IAP, Antung Air Base, Korea, April 1951 Kit - Eduard 1/72 MiG-15 Weekend Edition Finish - Humbrol Metalcote Polished Aluminium, other details in a combination of Humbrol enamels, Citadel acrylics and Tamiya acrylics. Built entirely out of the box and a really enjoyable snag-free build, definitely going to build a few more of these sublime little kits Regards Tom
  3. Royal Class MiG-15 is finaly confirmed for this July https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.1032856756729271.1073742155.116570475024575&type=1 It will include: big black R.C. box MiG-15 single seat (most probably both 15 and 15bis fighters) a new tool MiG-15 UTI Midget trainer (thread here: http://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/234953053-172-mig-15uti-midget-by-eduard-release-in-2015/ ) 3 or 4 kits PE, resin-brasin parts and masks superfabric seatbelts Royal Class bonus - still unknown
  4. MiG-15 Detail set for Eduard Weekend Edition 1:72 Eduard The small colour fret contains mainly details for the cockpit. New sidewalls, side consoles and the main instrument panel are pre-printed, along with the main instrument panel. Other cockpit details are; new rudder pedals, and seat belts for the ejection seat. Other parts provided are a pivot part for the forward landing gear, new wing mounted pitot tubes and the main Aerial next to the cockpit. Conclusion Eduard's new tool MiG-15 is a great little kit, if you want to add a little Eduard PE magic to your Weekend kit then this
  5. Well this started of as a quick easy project with no extras that I thought I'd use to try my metal painting technique out on before I did my B.A.C Lightening, well I got that a little wrong! Quick and easy...............not likely! But it was enjoyable as it certainly put the brain, fingers and other skills to the test. Fit is poor and a challenge at almost very stage, but lets be fair to it, its getting on a bit and you can pick it up for £15 or less. The cockpit was very sparse so I add some cabling and extra switches to make it look a bit more interesting and realistic, added oil washes and
  6. MiG-15bis - Weekend Edition 1:72 Eduard The Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-15 was the most famous fighter aircraft to emerge from behind the Iron Curtain during the early years of the Cold War. Although a Soviet design, the MiG-15 made use of captured German research on the aerodynamic properties of swept wings, combined with a reverse engineered Rolls Royce Nene turbojet engine. The resulting aircraft was a triumph, easily outclassing the more conventional jet fighters then in service. In order to ensure it could perform adequately as a bomber destroyer, it packed a formidable punch, with two 23
  7. Happy new year, fellow Britmodellers! After much lurking in the shadows, I bit the bullet, fired up the Dremel and connected up the Ol’ Harder ‘n Steenbeck… and lo, an Airfix Mig-15! (Almost OOB). A little artistic license in the undersurfaces being nice Russian blue prior to the crazy Koreans slathering on the matt black. Oh what fun it is to drill a 0.3mm hole and try and get some EZ line into it… and let’s not forget the hours on the carpet looking for the teeny tiny resin landing lights (so called “pickup pencil” my a**) Albion alloys micro tubes for guns. Airmodel seat buck
  8. HpH is to release a 1/32nd resin kit from the MiG-15 "Fagot". Release expected in June 2014. Source: http://www.hphmodels.cz/index.php/en/news/item/231-mikojan-gurevic-mig-15-1-32 V.P.
  9. Okay.. This T plus build 8 since getting back into this modelling 'thing'. (and counting till I've done 12 ) This was supposed to be a quick build, and finished some weeks ago. It was going really well, but a little thing called life did something very unexpected in a manner I couldn't have even imagined.. so on the back-burner it went. Also kept me away from having a browse around here! The horror! So, this is the Eduard rendition of the Mig 15 in 1/72, recently reviewed right here on Britmodeller. This one being from the Dual Combo kit they do which I bought on a whim at a silly bar
  10. Now I have my new Eduard double MiG-15 kit, I'm going to get one of the made up along with my Hobby Boss one. The Hobby Boss MiG-15 will be an Egyptian MiG-15Bis as used in the Suez Crisis and the first Eduard one I'm making is a MiG-15 of Jaroslav Sramek (Czech Air Force) 1953. This is the aircraft he used to shoot down a USAF F-84 that had strayed into Czech airspace. I have the same question for both. Regarding drop tanks, I have 3 choices for each model - 1) none, 2) the small drop tanks that fasten directly to the wing, 3) the larger drop tanks suspended on pylons. Which should I use fo
  11. We've got the new Eduard 1/72 MiG-15 Dual Combo in stock now for £23.50! In addition we have the Brassin resin parts that were released a while ago and the Brassin that's just been released. Word of warning about the resin, the kit already has the rockets and the Cockpit sets have Ejector seats in them, so you don't need to buy the Ejector seats if you buy the cockpit set! We've only got a few kits in and limited numbers of the Brassin but we might be able to get more in for later this week. If you order and we're out of stock, please let us know, so we can order more in for you! The kit l
  12. MiG-15 Wheels - Brassin Resin Accessories for Eduard Kit 1:72 Eduard It’s not every day that we’re given an aftermarket item to review before the intended recipient kit is released, but I think we can make an exception in Eduard’s case. If you haven’t heard already, the moulds for Eduard’s much-anticipated MiG-15 were damaged early in the production run, and the kit has been delayed whilst replacement moulds are manufactured. Nevertheless, Eduard have chosen to press on with the release of a number of resin items designed for the kit, starting with these resin main landing g
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