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Too good for words - Absolutely stunning... how did you do all that tiny PE stuff? I just can't get my head around it!

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I'd be happy with just the ladder! Simply stunning!

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Brilliant love it, I do not remember seeing a better build, well done

Steve.

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Arkady, Your style of paint work always reminds me of the center fold art work that used to come in a part work magazine published in the early 80's called "Warplane" This was 12 volume encyclopedia that had some very stunning art work in it that was very pleasing to the eye. The only thing missing is the annotations pointing to various parts of the aircraft! Very nicely done!

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Thanks man!

Now I want one Su-22M4 but it is impossible to find!

Here you can buy M3, you have to add just small air intake on the tail to get M4:

http://exito.sklep.pl/pl/p/KP-MODELS-48031-148-Sukhoi-Su-1722-M3-Fitter-H/13803

Arkady,

Your model drove me crazy... :banghead: I was mental for one but the website which you posted is in a language impossible for me, sorry!

But after a week I finally got one from Eduard!!! :hobbyhorse:

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I was unsure because I would like to build a M4 but after I checked on Eduard site I discovered that kit has parts to build any version!!! :wow:

So I clicked on "buy it now"... it wasnt cheap but finally I can rest in peace! :hanging:

Thanks for your help but please stop posting your models or my wife will kill me next time that I buy a new kit!

Edited by LT Motta

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Arkady,

Your model drove me crazy... :banghead: I was mental for one but the website which you posted is in a language impossible for me, sorry!

But after a week I finally got one from Eduard!!! :hobbyhorse:

1149_7388_n.jpg

I was unsure because I would like to build a M4 but after I checked on Eduard site I discovered that kit has parts to build any version!!! :wow:

So I clicked on "buy it now"... it wasnt cheap but finally I can rest in peace! :hanging:

Thanks for your help but please stop posting your models or my wife will kill me next time that I buy a new kit!

Eduard's Fitter is even better because has resin parts, PE and great decal sheet. I am glad you find it!

Regarding your request:

...please stop posting your models or my wife will kill me next time that I buy a new kit!

I can't help you :winkgrin: .

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That is a truly astonishing build. I tackled that kit about a year ago so I know what you had to deal with. I'm really impressed by the attention to details, I mean just all the riveting you have done, the perfect weathering.

You have skills!

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Amazing! Extremely nice.. a joy to look at!

Sid

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You are a modelling machine! All these kits and all masterpieces.

Stephen

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What a beast. Amazing model.

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Hi Arcady72!

as my Fitter slowly but surely is ready for decals, may I ask you where you got the yellow stencils and warning stripes from? Are they in Polish on the real aircraft?

Thanks, Werner

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Hi Arcady72!

as my Fitter slowly but surely is ready for decals, may I ask you where you got the yellow stencils and warning stripes from? Are they in Polish on the real aircraft?

Thanks, Werner

Yellow stripes are from old decals and stencils from Eduard kit. On real aircraft they are in Polish but you are not able to see the difference on decals.

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Yellow stripes are from old decals and stencils from Eduard kit. On real aircraft they are in Polish but you are not able to see the difference on decals.

thank you!

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Brilliant model and one of the best I have seen for some time. Wish Trumpeter would tackle one of these machines in 1/32. I say Trump because they are the only company ever likely to.

Jaw dropping build!

Gary

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Hi, a really fantastic build! If really appreciate it if you could tell me which paint colours you used for the camo and also could you post a link to the wip please.

Many thanks

Matt

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