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  1. Hi, My #4&5 builds for 2022 done within Bomber/Strike/Ground Attack GB: Sukhoi Su2, M88B engine and TSS turret, 288th Short Range Bomber Aviation Regiment, 21st Mixed Aviation Division VVS RKKA, southern front, Voroshilovgrad region, winter 1941-42 . The ICM kit, AML conversion set plus Begemot decals and some scratch work, 1/72. The winter camo. Sukhoi Su-2 M82 engine, 52nd Short Range Bomber Aviation Regiment from 270th Bomber Aviation Division VVS RKKA, summer 1942, pilot major Anatoliy Pushkin (head of 52 SRBAR & hero if USSR). The ICM kit with AML conversion, AML and Begemot decals sets plus some scratch work, 1/72. Standard 1942 green-black camo. The WIP thread is here: Here they are: And individual shots: 1. M82 2. M88B, TSS turret (in fact turretless...) Comments welcome Regards Jerzy-Wojtek
  2. Yakovlev Yak-130 “Mitten” (48052) 1:48 Begemot Decals We’ve been treated to a pair of new kits in this scale what seems to me quite recently, although on checking it, was a fairly surprising 2 years ago. I must have been having fun and just not noticed! Before these two we weren’t exactly spoiled for choice, so by now there should be a fair few of these little trainer/light attack aircraft in the stashes of our modelling brethren. This decal set arrives in an unassuming ziplok bag, with two A3 sheets of glossy paper plus more two full and one smaller pages on matt paper folded in half for the instructions, four sheets of decals split between three for the individual markings and aircraft numbers, with the third smaller sheet for the stencils. The instructions are large due to the fact that there are an amazing 27 decal options, and a sheet is also dedicated to the stencils for the airframe as well as the munitions that the Mitten was capable of carrying. The level of care and attention that has been lavished on this and every set from Begemot is impressive, giving the modeller a fantastic range of decal and colour options to choose from. From the sheets you can build the following: Yak-130, S.n. 94206201001, 1st pre-production batch, Flight Research Institute, Zhukovskiy, 2007 Yak-130, S.n. 94206201001, 1st pre-production batch, Flight Research Institute, Zhukovskiy, 2009 Yak-130, S.n. 94206201019, 2nd pre-production batch, MAKS-07 airsalon, Zhukovskiy, August 2007 Yak-130, S.n. 94206201019, 2nd pre-production batch, MAKS-07 airsalon, Zhukovskiy, August 2017 Yak-130, S.n. 942062013??, 3rd pre-production batch, Flight Research Institute, Zhukovskiy, 2006 Yak-130, S.n. 94206201576, 5th pre-production batch, Sokol aviation factory, Nijniy Novogorod, 2009 Yak-130, S.n. 94206201457, 5th pre-production batch, Main Flight Test Centre Russian Air Force, Akhtoubinsk, 2010 Yak-130, S.n. 94206201409, 1st serial aircraft, MAKS-2009 airsalon, Zhukovskiy, August 2009 Yak-130, S.n. 94206201729, 5th serial aircraft, 4th Centre of Combat Employment & Personnel Retraining Russian Air Force, Lipetsk, 2010 Yak-130, S.n. 94206202105, 6th serial aircraft, 209th Training Airbase, 786th Training Aviation Centre & Personnel Russian Air Foce, Borisiglebsk airbase, 2011 Yak-130, S.n. 130.1001, 1st serial aircraft, Irkutsk, August 2009 Yak-130, S.n. 130.1001, 1st serial aircraft, MAKS-2017 airsalon, Zhukovskiy, August 2017 Yak-130, S.n. 130.11.00.1004, Training Centre, Russian Air Force, Borisoglebsk Airfield, 2013 Yak-130, S.n. 130.11.00.1019, Training Centre, Russian Air Force, Borisoglebsk Airfield, 2013 Yak-130, S.n. 130.11.00.1111, Training Centre, Russian Air Force, Borisoglebsk Airfield, 2014 Yak-130, S.n. 130.11.00.1118, Training Centre, Russian Air Force, Armavir Airfield, 2014 Yak-130, S.n. 130.11.00.1114, Training Centre, Russian Air Force, Borisoglebsk Airfield, 2014 Yak-130, S.n. 130.11.00.1307, Training Airbase Krasnodar Military Pilots University, Russian Air Force, Armavir Airfield, 2017 Yak-130, S.n. 130.11.00. 1320, Training Airbase Krasnodar Military Pilots University, Russian Air Force, Armavir Airfield, 2017 Yak-130, S.n. 130.11.00.1004, 116th Guardian Strike Aviation Base, Republic of Belarus Air Force, Lida Airbase, 2015 Yak-130, S.n. 130.12.01.0106, 620th Training Aviation Squadron, Algerian Air Force, 2012 Yak-130, S.n. 130.12.02.0101, Bangladesh Air Force, 2015 Yak-130, S.n. 130.12.03.1001, Myanmar (Burma) Air Force, 2017 Yak-130, S.n. 00-01, MAKS-2017 airsalon, Zhukovskiy, July 2017 Yak-130, S.n. unknown, Laos People’s Liberation Army Air Force, Vientiane Airbase, January 2019 Yak-130, S.n. unknown, Training Airbase Krasnodar Military Pilots University Russian Air Force, Kushe’vka Airbase, 2019 Yak-130, S.n. unknown, Training Airbase Krasnodar Military Pilots University Russian Air Force, Borisoglebssk Airbase, summer 2018 You can see all of the colour schemes and additional information on each of the choices above by clicking the “available here” link below and clicking on the two .pdf files that are on the page. The penultimate page of the instructions devotes a page to the stencils on the fuselage and overleaf the weapons with their designations above each one. There are plenty of these, and as I always say it’s the stencils that make a more realistic model, increasing the level of visual detail immensely. Conclusion As we’ve come to expect from Begemot the printing is first rate, with good register, colour density and sharpness, with the little red hippo logo in the bottom right of each sheet. They always provide a huge selection of options on their sheets, which gives the obsessive modeller the chance to get massive value, and tempt the rest of us to get a few more of the same kit. Very highly recommended. Review sample courtesy of
  3. Mi-24 Hind Family (48-042 for Zvezda/Revell) 1:48 Begemot Decals Zvezda’s new Hind kit is great news for this modeller, and Andrey at Begemot is a mind-reader. He must be, because I’ve been staring at my old Hokum kit, and out pops a decal set for it that I reviewed a couple of weeks ago here. Now I’m drooling over the Zvezda kit and ping! Another set of decals that give a modeller lots of choices. I’ve just finished perusing the instructions, and I think I’m going to need a few more kits. This decal set arrives in an unassuming ziplok bag, with four A3 sheets of glossy paper folded in half for the instructions, three sheets of decals split between two for the individual markings, and a third for the stencils. The instructions are large due to the fact that there are a staggering 36 decal options, and a half side is also dedicated to the stencils for the airframe as well as another page for the munitions that the Hind was capable of carrying. From the sheets you can build the following: Mi-24V United Aviation Group of the Russian Federal Forces at Caucasus, Kalinovskaya Airfield, Chechen Republic, mid 2000s Mi-35 s/n 280854 presumably belonged to the 1st Helicopter Sqn. Libyan Air Force, Misurata Air Base, Winter 2011 Mi-35 s/n 280854 after overthrow of Gaddafi regime Spring 2011 Mi-24V s/n 410740 Separate Group of Aviation Support, Polish Army Group “White Eagle”, Gazni Air Base, Afghanistan, 2010 Mi-24V s/n 3532421420127 201st Anti-tank Helicopter Sqn. of the Macedonian Air Force, 2001 Mi-24V s/n 3532421420127 201st Anti-tank Helicopter Sqn. of the Macedonian Air Force, 2009 Mi-24V 201st Anti-tank Helicopter Sqn. of the Macedonian Air Force, 2012 Mi-24V Sudanese Air Force, El Geneina Airport, Darfur, 2010 Mi-35 s/n 110943 104th Helicopter Sqn Indian Air Force, end of 1990s Mi-24V 440th Separate Combat Helicopter Regiment, USSR Army Aviation, Stendal Air Base, GDR, end of 1980s Mi-24V Mongolian Air Force, 2015 Mi-24V 1st Combat Helicopter Sqn Croatian Air Force, Vucovar, end of 1990s Mi-24V 685th Separate Mixed Aerial Regiment from Aviation of the Russian National Guard, Rostov-Central Air Base, 2010s Mi-24V 23rd Separate Aviation Regiment USSR KGB Border Guard Aviation, Dushanbe Air Base, 1988 Mi-24V Ivory Coast (Côte D’ivoire) Air Force, Yamoussoukro Airport, end of 2002 (shark mouth) Mi-24V 607th Airbase of Kazakhstan Aerial Self-Defence Force, Ucharal Airbase, 2010 Mi-24V 626th Retraining Helicopter Regiment of the RuAF, Syzran Military Helicopter Pilot University, Pugachev Airfield, Saratov region, 2009 Mi-24V s/n 3532321622429 9th Sqn Shri-Lankan Air Force, Minneria Airport, 1996 Mi-24V Helicopter Sqn Georgian Air Force, Alexeevka (Tblisi) Airbase, August 2008 Mi-24V s/n 730927 Helicopter Wing Air Force of the Armed Forces of the Slovak Republic, Prešov Airbase, 2005 Mi-24V Helicopter Sqn Azerbaijan Air Force, 2008 Mi-35 s/n 220720 88th Helicopter Base Hungarian Air Force, Szolnok Airbase, 2019 Mi-24V s/n 730816 Afghanistan Air Force, 2011 Mi-24VP United Aviation Group Federal Russian Forces at Caucasus, Khankala Airbase, Grozniy, 2002 Mi-24VP s/n 3532584910259 7th Separate Regiment Ukranian Army Aviation, Kalinov Airfield, 2008 Mi-24VP s/n 353258910259 7th Separate Regiment Ukrainian Army Aviation, Kramatorsk Airfield, 2014 Mi-24VP 125th Separate Helicopter Sqn Russian Naval Aviation, Chkalovsk Airfield, Kaliningrad region, 2013 Mi-24VP 125th Separate Helicopter Sqn Russian Naval Aviation, Chkalovsk Airfield, Kaliningrad region, 2013 Mi-24VP 125th Separate Helicopter Sqn Russian Naval Aviation, Chkalovsk Airfield, Kaliningrad region, 2015 Mi-24VP s/n 3532584910287 16th Brigade Ukrainian Army Aviation, Brody Airfield, 2014 Mi-24R 440th Separate Helicopter Regiment USSR Army Aviation, Stendal Airfield, GDR Territory, end of 1980s Mi-24R 3534624611809 113th Separate Mixed Aviation Squadron USSR Air Force, Sperenberg Airfield, ex-GDR Territory, May 1994 Mi-24R Armenian Air Force, Erevan Airbase, 2012 Mi-24R 484th Training Helicopter Regiment Russian Air Force, Syzran Airfield 2006 Mi-24K s/n 3532014611318 439th Separate Helicopter Regiment of Combat Control USSR Air Force Army Aviation, Parkhim Airbase, ex-GDR territory, May 1992 Mi-24K 178th Separate Helicopter Regiment Combat Control USSR Air Force Army Aviation, Borstel Airbase, ex-GDR territory, end of 1980s Note that the Mi-35 is the export variant of the Mi-24V. You can see all the colour profiles by visiting the two pages of instructions below at Begemot’s site: http://www.begemotdecals.ru/doc/48-042 Mi-24 instr p1.pdf http://www.begemotdecals.ru/doc/48-042 Mi-24 instr p2.pdf As mentioned earlier, the penultimate page of the instructions devotes half a page to the stencils on the fuselage and rotor blades, with small drawings here and there showing stencils inside bay doors etc. Over the page the weapons with their designations above each one, and the bottom of the page shows where all the stencils on the fuselage are sited. There are plenty of these, and as I always say it’s the stencils that make a better model, increasing the level of visual detail immensely. we’ve come to expect from Begemot the printing is first rate, with good register, colour density and sharpness, with the little blue hippo logo in the bottom right. You can buy these directly from Begemot by using the contact page on their site, or from your local stockist, which you can also find a list of on the site here. Very Highly recommended. Review sample courtesy of
  4. As usual in last days of many last years Begemot release new decal - and here it is in 2019 - 144-004 Antonov An-225 Mrija, 5 marking schemes from USSR and Ukranian times (except current Antonov Airlines scheme), full stencil for aircraft. http://www.begemotdecals.ru/showpos.php?lang=2&id=183
  5. time for a new entry here: MiG-25BM Foxbat F "SEAD" ingredients: REVELL MiG-25RBT 1/48 Begemot MiG-25 decals and stencils Metallic Details long type R15-300 exhaust nozzles Cold War Studio BM conversion set and rear fin hook improvement Britmodeller GB spirit and help! thanks! WIP in the Specialists GB ending today (June 7th), with lots of really GREAT entries in the GALLERY: so, some pictures: and some color, equally grey actually and cockpit: thanks for comments, tips and tricks! cheers, Werner
  6. hi everybody, for some reason I thought to lift my Spirit yesterday! Decals will most likely be from Begemot, kit decals are a bit darker, but look also good. (are only for older aircraft, without the nice gear bay door codes...) Revell B-2A Spirit 1/144 here is what you get, kit looks good, but simple you do not see many build, wonder why actually! Aftermarket is virtually non existent bar decals, so here we go! kit is said to be a reworked snap-tite kit, raised panel lines but apart looks the part! the cockpit, not much will b seen anyways I assume looks mighty impressive to me! no glue yet, some filler will be needed, at the joints I guess what is the color of a Spirit actually? Gunship grey? thanks for looking! Best, Werner
  7. - To add some more pictures to the ones visible on WIP ,here are some more of the finished model taken ouitside. - I have to apologize for the hanging forward gear door. I didn't noticed it before seeing the photos -The nose is the dedicated transkit from Coldwar Studio, the decals are from Begemot
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    Hi All. Has anyone used Begemot decals and if so are they any good please?
  9. Hi All. Has anyone used Begemot decals and if so are they any good please?
  10. Hi all, Here is one of three Eduard MiG-21s I've just finished. This is their 1/48 kit with Begemot decals and finished in Mr Color 8 Silver. This was from the ProfiPak boxing, although there's a lot of PE I did not use. Full write up at https://jonbryon.com/eduard-148-mikoyan-gurevich-mig-21sm-fishbed-j/. Comments welcome, and thanks for looking. Jon
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