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Arkady72

MiG-23MF Trumpeter 1/32

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Spectacular finish, well worth using as a point of reference for a build in any scale!

Neil

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NICE! Like that a lot, you've done well there mate. Good effort all round.

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Drool........ :Tasty:

I can only dream of building models to that standard - absolutely inspirational !

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Absolutely 100% unflippinbelievable! :gobsmacked: What an amazing creation, this MiG-23 is modelling perfection and it can't possibly get any better!

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What can I say about my personal MiG, you made so many mistakes. For people who never seen this aircraft your model looks great, but not for me. Next time watch a pictures before paint and assembling parts.

Sorry for the critique, but you knew me I always saying true.

Marek, I am aware of most of the errors. But I don't care about it so much. I love modeling the same as just when I was a little boy and nothing will change it.

I do not wanna lose this feeling like the others...

Thanks for your comment, I know your a Flogger specialist but it would be great if you could sometimes see the positive aspects too.

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That's some stunning modelling, I've noticed a real passion in your work, always a pleasure to see.

Si.

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As everyone has said, stunning build with great photography to match. Well done.

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Mistakes?!?!?! Who cares about any mistake!!?? This is work of art man! I prefer to take a deep breath and thank God that he gave me eyes to enjoy watching this jewel!

Standing ovation for you mate.

Warmest regards,

Oscar, from Chile

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Simply unbelievable work ! Certainly master-class modeling at it's best.

It's a real delight to see such a fine replica presented in this wonderful manner.

Mike

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Marek, I am aware of most of the errors. But I don't care about it so much. I love modeling the same as just when I was a little boy and nothing will change it.

I do not wanna lose this feeling like the others...

Thanks for your comment, I know your a Flogger specialist but it would be great if you could sometimes see the positive aspects too.

:worthy:

Gracious reply my man :-) glad you can build like that and keep a healthy philosophy too.

Al

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Mistakes?!?!?! Who cares about any mistake!!?? This is work of art man! I prefer to take a deep breath and thank God that he gave me eyes to enjoy watching this jewel!

Standing ovation for you mate.

Warmest regards,

Oscar, from Chile

I agree with Oscar, did Monet's paintings look realistic, hell no! If I could make and paint models like that I wouldn't be bothered what anybody else says anyway, cracking Flogger Artur (what missiles does your Mondeo carry Artur?).

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I agree with Oscar, did Monet's paintings look realistic, hell no! If I could make and paint models like that I wouldn't be bothered what anybody else says anyway, cracking Flogger Artur (what missiles does your Mondeo carry Artur?).

Hi Duncan, nice to see you in my thread. My Pug carry on only flare dispenser on the rear, you know we doing only peacekeeping missions :innocent: .

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This is one of those works that makes me think I'm still a beginner in the modeling... Really marvellous.

Regards

Fernado

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Hi Duncan, nice to see you in my thread. My Pug carry on only flare dispenser on the rear, you know we doing only peacekeeping missions :innocent: .

I'm still stuck in the cold war so I've got 'winders fitted to the BMW to get the white van man! (I know you're opinion of BMW drivers, I fit right in:) )

How I could do with your help right now, I struggling with a couple of Me109's that don't want to look the way they should! They started off 1/48 but I think they'll be 1/32 by the time I get the paint right. Patience is a virtue they say so I'll get there in the end.

Edited by Duncan B

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Hello Arkady

Truly amazing work ... I have no other words. Artistic and so real at the same time. Well balanced !

Just 1 question.

From the numerous pictures and books Icollected on the MiG-23 , cockpits always appear in that typical russian shade of blue-green.

You painted yours in black-grey . Is it an "artitistic licence " or did the Pole repainted their MiG-23 cockpits in this shade ?.

As I am planning to do this MiG-23 in a light grey scheme , I would be pleased to have some informations about this matter .

Thanks a lot and all my congratulations go to you.

Madcop :speak_cool:

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