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IGKent

AS 332M1 Super Puma ITALERI 1/72

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Hi gentlemen!

It's my latest job. I made this model in a long period of time (about 15 months). Pure time naturally smaller:) . Some details in model were scratch built, as in this kit, there are serious mistakes. PE parts I used partially. So, the main improvements:

- rebuild cockpit

- rescribed the panel lines and added rows of rivets

- rebuild all main gears

- rebuild main and tail rotor

- added homemade aerials

- rebuild headlights and cutters and others

Painting - REVELL, AKAN and MODEL MASTER enamel colors

Washing - MIG (neutral wash, dark wash) filter and "oil points"

Presented helicopter from the Swiss Air Force T-315 airbase Dubendorf, 2002

Hope you enjoy my model!

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That's a nice looking chopper. The weathering is on point, looks really realistic. Only your decals are silvering a bit.

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What a lovely model. The photos just give a hint of all the work you have put into the cockpit.

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That's a nice looking chopper. The weathering is on point, looks really realistic. Only your decals are silvering a bit.

Thanks, Thomas for comment. Yes I know about decal. The point is what "in box decal" broken up into small pieces after water. I had to varnish it and then use it. But the "new" decal was thick and did not fit tightly to the surface, even with the SET and SOL

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What a lovely model. The photos just give a hint of all the work you have put into the cockpit.

Thank you so much, Nigel!

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fantastic work, looks great some nice touches and very nice finish

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fantastic work, looks great some nice touches and very nice finish

Thanks colleague! :)

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You've turned out a beautiful Puma there, very nice indeed.

I'm sure I've got one in the stash somewhere and just haven't got round to building it yet.

Lovely work,

Rgds,

Eng

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I really like that, very nice indeed

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Thank you very much, friends!

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And once again.... Very well done! Your choppers has always been the work of arts! And i like the models which have a real prototypes!!!!!!!!!

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A very nice piece of work, immaculately finished. Good job.

Cheers,

Tom.

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Thank you guys!

And once again.... Very well done! Your choppers has always been the work of arts! And i like the models which have a real prototypes!!!!!!!!!

Thanks so much Egor!

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Great job..looks just like the one at RIAT this year. I couldn't believe how immaculate the Swiss keep their aircraft!

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Great build, lovely finish on it... cheers

Thanks!

Great job..looks just like the one at RIAT this year. I couldn't believe how immaculate the Swiss keep their aircraft!

Thank you for comment.........It's Switzerland! ;)

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Once again thanks guys! :)

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