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Hi folks, Sorry for another one. Some may have saw that I just bought this: ... partly because I like Russian helicopters but also because I'd seen Quinta Studio's new 3D-printed-on-to-decal-paper cockpit parts and wanted a relatively low-risk project to try them on. It arrived yesterday, and today I made a start. To use the Quinta Studio set there are a few of small consoles the instructions say you have to scratchbuild in order to attach the printed parts to, so I started with that. I've then gone
An interesting new player: Quinta Studio https://www.facebook.com/groups/QuintaStudio/ Designer: Alexander Trofimov https://www.facebook.com/AlexLavka 3D printed cockpit decals, made of layers of colored resin they have more depth than color printed PE stuff. The beginning of the end for the Eduard market dominance in the field of interior detailing sets? Where to find these products: https://www.ebay.com/sch/lavka_75/m.html https://northstarmodels.ecwid.com/Quinta-Studio-c40242335
So, my cockpit set arived directly from Russia yesterday! looks really exquisite! point is I definitely did not decide yet on an operator, scheme or conflict.... seems to be difficult! the kit decals are from Begemot, so no issues here, but somehow I do not fancy a Russian scheme... they look so common, or arbitrary... just like generic but I usually build something with some personality/ history in mind... (I have a Czech one already build/ modified even including the famous 2°30...) I nearly decided on a Peruian scheme with sharkmouth