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So... The project AIRBUS A300-600ST BELUGA that was started in Sep'16 is completed now. Original body: Airbus A300-600ST BELUGA Model: Revell 04206 Scale: 1/144 Aftermarket parts: no Livery: Airbus Beluga first roll-out and flight color scheme It was challenging project, but not all things I kept in mind was realized here. Anyway, to be honest, I like the result . Initially, it was quite old mid-quality Revell kit and ordinary livery in the box (as for me). Of course, white modern Airbus home livery is good but do not expect you'll get bright model on your shelf after completion... Looking for detailed photos of Beluga, I've found some interesting pics of first roll-out and flight and finally decided to make my model with this painting scheme! I've collected almost all photos of Beluga from that time period. At least, all available in inet . It is just 8 pics, +2 videos. That is all I had for start... Link to build (WIP):
Hi Folks! I'm not newcomer here because registered since 2010 and actively using britmodeller.com as reference for many cases related to plastic models building, but that is my first topic here. So... I would like to share with you here my build is ongoing on Greenmats.Club Original body: Airbus A300-600ST BELUGA Model: Revell 04206 Scale: 1/144 Aftermarket parts: no Livery: to be announced later I'll not talk about Revell kit here, just put some pictures that show what plastic parts you'll find in the box. (+ building instruction and decal)
Flankerman posted a topic in Work in Progress - MaritimeAnother new release from Mikro-Mir, the Pr. 1710 'Mackrel' was named 'Beluga' by NATO. It was a diesel-electric experimental vessel used for testing propulsion systems, hull forms, and boundary-layer control techniques. Only one was built - but many of the features it tested were used in later designs such as the Lira and Alfa subs. Mikro-Mir's box art..... Injection-moulded parts...... Instruction sheet and colour scheme.... Assembly diagram....... Decal sheet and etched fret...... This is another one that I will be building soon - to add to my growing collection. Ken