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aquatarkus10

Sukhoi 37F "Terminator" WindMark 1/48 conversion set (Academy based)

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That is one mean looking aircraft and a gorgeous build too,

Great stuff ;)

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It's really much more then great build! :goodjob::speak_cool:

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I'm not usually taken with all these modern, new-fangled aircraft but yours is absolutely stunning!! :worthy::worthy::worthy:

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Really, really nice work. Can I ask if that nose radome is particular to that kit/variant of the Sukhoi? It seems more outward in it the taper and length as opposed to the downward and shorter radomes on other pics I looked at.

Awesome job!

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any wip thread for this? it looks brilliant, and i would like to see how it was done. i have the su-33 conversion and need all the tips i can get before i start it.

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Absolutely outstanding, this is just awesome!

Beautiful piece of work,

Eng

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That looks very nice indeed!

Where did you get the intake covers from?

Dave

That looks very nice indeed!

Where did you get the intake covers from?

Dave

Hi Dave, thanks for the appreciation and comment.

The intake covers are Models of Dan and I purchased from HobbyTerra and this is illink:http://hobbyterra.com/

If you are interested here are many other accessories (including Mig29) :http://www.adventurephotomodels.com/technical-gallery/modelling-sukhoi-su-37-terminator-windmark-conversion-kit-academy-kit-1-48-scale-model/

many greetings

George

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Supeb work, the detail is amazing. Stunning paint work.love all the extras and the finish is great.how did you do the chutes??and like few others where did you get the towbar and fob covers from?

Thank you for your appreciation and comments to this work.

The accessories I found them on this website:http://hobbyterra.com/

This is the link where you can see step by step the construction of the parachute braking:http://www.adventurephotomodels.com/how-to/un-idea-per-realizzare-il-paracadute-di-frenata-modello-sovietico-scala-1-48/

many greetings

George

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Veru very good! Excellent model, paint and photo work! Wonderful presentation!!!

By the way how did you make the brake parashuts (i hope that is a correct in english)?

Hi

Thanks for the comment. I really appreciated.

Do not worry about the English, mine is even worse but the important thing is for us modellers understand.

This is the link where you can find all the steps to achieve the braking parachute in 1:48 - http://www.adventurephotomodels.com/how-to/un-idea-per-realizzare-il-paracadute-di-frenata-modello-sovietico-scala-1-48/

many greetings

George

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Really, really nice work. Can I ask if that nose radome is particular to that kit/variant of the Sukhoi? It seems more outward in it the taper and length as opposed to the downward and shorter radomes on other pics I looked at.

Awesome job!

Hi,

thanks for the appreciation.

The cone is part of the set WindMark and in reality it seems to me correct. Keep in mind that sometimes the picture tends to distort the actual shape of the objects.

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See the difference with the cone of Quicboost for Su27b (clear yellow) and see the difference immediately.

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many greetings

George

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I built the same model a couple of years ago...

Now I`m going to burn it...

Stunning build, great to see all the work you put in the photos.

Adrian

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That is outrageously good! Mean and powerful, great photos and display. That has got to be an award winner.

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