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Arkady72

Syrian MiG-17F 1/48

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Hobbyboss kit.

Aires cockpit.

QB wheels and gun barrels.

EagleStrike (?) decals. I dont remember...

Painted with Gunze paints.

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Another real stunner Artur.

Your builds never fail to impress.

Thanks for posting.

Chris.

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Very, very nice - I have that kit waiting for me at some point and I hope mine turns out as good

Andy

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A remarkable model of this MIG-17 with great attention to detail ! A wonderful job on this replica and absolutely superb photographs of it, also.

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What others said. An amazing paint job :) If you could tell me the specific Gunze colours you used for the tan and dark brown, I would be most grateful.

/Göran

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I´m a great fan of your work.

I enjoy the way you do the chipping effect.

Can you tell if the chipping effect is done using salt crystals?

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Wow

Lovely work and great photography.................really looks the part

rgds

mr b

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Thanks to all for kind words!

If you could tell me the specific Gunze colours you used for the tan and dark brown, I would be most grateful.

I used C313 and C039 for tan and highlighted by yellow C012 for green. There is no dark brown.

Can you tell if the chipping effect is done using salt crystals?

Chipping effect is achieved with small brush and Vallejo paint. I used also silver and brown pencil, no salt technique this time.

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