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Arkady72

Su-24M Trumpeter 1/48

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A fantastic build! Love the finish that you have acheived :goodjob: I do think that the Su-24 is a really mean, purposefull looking aircraft. I like it a lot!

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Greatings Arkady I got news for you!At the end of 2013 A-model will produce Yak-28 in 1/48!About your whishlist!

Edited by venom197515

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Greatings Arkady I got news for you!At the end of 2013 A-model will produce Yak-28 in 1/48!About your whishlist!

A-model you said... short-run? I dont think it's good news :). I know theri 1/72 short-runs, not for my patient's level.

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Arkady,

Once again, super job. Please let me know this; your salt technique, is it brush on a salt paste then brush on and leave it or is to wet the model, drop salt crystals, allow to dry then spray another colour.

Looking to replicate this on my F/A-18E.

Looks just right.

Thanks in advance

Martin

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Simply expert workmanship and a real inspirational piece of modelling.

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You are the man! Your Sukhois are some of the finest builds I have seen around here. The amount of details, you can keep looking and looking and there is still more to see. Impressive!

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Loki:

Please let me know this; your salt technique, is it brush on a salt paste then brush on and leave it or is to wet the model, drop salt crystals, allow to dry then spray another colour.

Check out this thread: http://www.britmodeller.net/forums/index.php?/topic/59936-mirage-2000n-eduard-148/page-2

It's ordinary kitchen salt mixed with a bit of water applied with old small brush, then once is completely dry salted spots is oversprayed with thin lighter or darker base color. After that remained salt is removed with warm water.

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Extremely nice! It is indeed monstrous..

Sid

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Wow,

what a tremendous model!

I like all the technical features shown on detail picies!!

Absolutely inspiring work!

Edited by Sarcococca

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Seriously? Is it even humanly possible to get a model so close to perfect?

Clearly it is, .....just not in my workroom.

Very nicely done!

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Fantastic model of an SU..I think the Russian aircraft look so good, especoially when weathered to such a high standard.

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